La Riviera del Conero stretches from the passageway, popular beach town of Ancona, to the mouth of the river that marks the border curmudgeon of the province to the south.
A peculiar characteristic of the Conero is the presence of different types of coastline, from sandy to rocky and rugged coastline.
Numerous large and small bays follow each other from north to south, the biggest is certainly the Portonovo bay characterized by a natural rock formation called “The Beam” and the presence of some brackish lakes of natural interest. Continuing south we find a whole series of small coves, “The rock of Sail”, “seagulls”, “the two sisters”, “stones blacks”, “St Michael” are the best known
The “due sorelle” certainly best known for his two rocks rising from the sea front, this sandy beach or gravel in the second period and the will of the sea can be reached by sea shuttle service barges that ply the harbor of Numana the neighboring beaches or land for those who love hiking down a path that stretches from the top of Mount Conero.
The “sassi neri”, a beach of large white pebbles on which stand the great dark boulders, within walking distance from Sirolo.
A wild beach with no services for those who want contact with nature without frills.
“San Michele” a long stretch of sand that goes from the “Spiaggia Urbani” or the beach Sirolo north where it narrows to leave a passage on the rocks and where to begin the “Sassi Neri”
“spiaggia Urbani” a small beach surrounded by the last slopes just below the Conero Sirolo
The coast south of the Conero, Numana down there are beaches suitable for families or those who want to enjoy the sea without effort.
Many plants with different levels of services but never crowded, a beach made up of fine gravel and a deep sea immediately provide clean water usually.