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Distinguished for its strong spirituality, the Marche region boasts many monasteries, abbeys and shrines found throughout the whole territory. Loreto, well-known for its Basilica of the Santa Casa, is one of the most important spiritual centres of Italy.

According to tradition, the Basilica hosts the Holy House of Nazareth, where the Virgin Mary received the Annunciation of the birth of Jesus. Tradition wants that angels brought the Holy House from Jerusalem to Loreto in order to protect it from the Muslim invasion.

Attracting pilgrims from all over the world, the Basilica and the whole city are also very important from the artistic point of view: in Loreto you will be able to enjoy the masterpieces of renowed artists such as Bramante and Lotto.

Porto Recanati

Located in a completely flat area, by the sea of the Riviera del Conero, Porto Recanati is the town where you will find our Hotel.

Porto Recanati's beaches are perfect for families and children. Made of sand and tiny pebbles, the seabed is low and the beaches are equipped with facilities and services to guarantee the maxiumum comfort. The hotel Enzo is found within 70 meters from these beautiful beaches, with a wonderful view of the Conero!

Apart from the sea and the natural landscape, Porto Recanati is also appreciated for being the typical maritime town: the seafront with the lovely and colorful fishermen houses is perfect for a relaxing walk along the promenade; while art and culture lovers will appreciate the evidence of its rich history.


From the Conero sea to the gentle hills of the Marche region! By venturing into the hinterland of our region you will find Recanati, well-known for being the birthplace of the poet Giacomo Leopardi and the musician Beniamino Gigli.

Surrounded by the wonderful scenery of the Conero and its coast, Recanati will not fail to amaze you thanks to its flourishing culture, its characteristics alleys and lanes and itineraries for all tastes. Art, history and nature lovers will find their ideal route to explore and discover castles, ancient villages, artworks, natural parks, and more.

From our Hotel Enzo, near the Conero sea, it will take you only 10 minutes to reach Recanati and spend a wonderful day discovering this amazing town!

Riviera del Conero

Your beach holiday starts from our hotel and continues on the beautiful beaches of the Riviera del Conero, a sea lovers' heaven, only waiting to be discovered.

Numana and Sirolo: wild beaches
The peculiarity of many of the Conero's beaches is that of being nestled within bays and coves surrounded by rocky walls and lush vegetation. Enjoy some moments of relaxation or play some high adrenaline sports, immeresed in a breathtaking scenery and in the crystal clear waters winners of the Bandiera Blu prize.

Our advice on Conero's beaches that cannot be missed: Due Sorelle beach, San Michele and Sassi Neri beach, Urbani beach, Spiaggiola beach, Del Frate beach, Mezzavalle beach, Portonovo beach.

Dei Gabbiani beach

A particular point where Monte Conero plunges vertically into the sea and the white rocks sink into the intense blue of the Adriatic waters, here a sheltered inlet opens up: the Gabbiani Beach. A place that looks like a small wild paradise where seagulls usually nest.

Type of beach: gravel and white stones.

How to get there: sup, kayaks, canoes and boats.

Del Frate beach

Fine-sand beach, charming and snug, well-equipped and dominated by Conero's rocky cliff.

Type of beach: well-kept sandy beach.

How to get there: by foot by the Numana Alta beach (adjacent).

Della Vela beach

Dear to Conero lovers, La Vela is a very characteristic rock. It offers particularly crystalline water around it. It is often a place of transit for the wild goats of the Conero.

Type of beach: gravel and smooth stones.

How to get there: reachable by public transport or by your own means, once you arrive at the south end of Portonovo, you walk along the part below the church and arrive at this long stretch of coast. Path not particularly easy.

Due Sorelle beach

Symbol of the Conero Riviera, so named for the two twin rocks that emerge from the sea, it is the first white beach on the southern side of Mount Conero. Since it can only be reached by sea, this stretch of coast is still wild and unspoiled: no type of service is present.

Type of beach: gravel, pebbles and rocks.

How to get there: only by sea; daily ferry runs from the port of Numana and from some beaches at certain times of the year (to find out which ones and their respective timetables, contact the Resort Reception)

Marcelli beach

Beach equipped with bathing establishments, sports facilities, bars and restaurants. Perfect both for families and young people.

Type of beach: fine gravel.

How to get there? By car or public transport, south of Numana.

Numana beach

Golden and vast beach, sun-drenched and ventilated: bathing establishments, sports facilities, bars and restaurants make this area perfect both for families and young people. From Numana port, equipped for every kind of boat, to Marcelli, you can park on the waterfront road.

Type of beach: fine grevel.

How to get there? By car or public transport, south of Numana.

La Spiaggiola beach

Lovely, sophisticated and snug beach, rich with colourful rows of beach umbrellas. Well-equipped bathing establishments, shallow water protected by three reefs make this stretch of coast just north of the port one of the most beloved by tourists, mostly from Rome and Milan.

Type of beach: fine grevel.

How to get there: by car or public transport, south of Numana.

Mezzavalle beach

First white stretch of coast of the Riviera del Conero. It is a bit of a challenge to get there, but that doesn't stop the tourists from crowding this segment of public beach during the weekends. You can reach it through a steep path north of Portonovo or by boat. Lacking in bathing establishments, there are however showers, services and a restaurant.

Type of beach: stones and gravel.

How to get there? By car, Strada Provinciale del Conero, towards Portonovo. By foot, alongside two paths descending the side of a riverbed; one longer and more intricated, the other shorter and steeper.

Portonovo beach

Cove at the foot of the North side of Conero. The green scenery of the mountain acts as a counterpoint to the white rocks of the beach. There is an alternation of public beaches and fully-equipped areas, with fish restaurants overlooking the sea. Surfists' favourite meeting point when the South winds are blowing.

Type of beach: gravel and smooth stones.

How to get there? By car, Strada Provinciale del Conero, towards Portonovo; there's a road descending the side of the mountain. Limited parking. In the case of closure to traffic, there will be a shuttle bus from the upper parking.

San Michele - Sassi Neri beach

Long and vast beach, free and wild, it is a popular destination for many naturalists.

Type of beach: pebbles and dark gravel.

How to get there? By foot from the Repubblica Park in Sirolo, or by bus from Sirolo's Town Hall. Accessible by car only off-season.

Urbani beach

A charming crescent-shaped beach, nestled between a cave and a high cliff protected by a semicircular barrier of rocks. The pungent smell of the pine trees, the vast beach equipped with bathing establishments, the clean water make this cove a unique spot, awarded many times with the Bandiera Blu prize.

Type of beach: pebbles and gravel.

How to get there? By foot, by car or with a shuttle bus; a road long 1 km descends to the beach from Sirolo's center.

Hotel Enzo a Porto Recanati