The b&b is the ideal starting point to get to know the beaches of Riviera del Conero, also awarded“Blue Flag” this year, and to visit the countryside, rich in medieval villages, historic centers, breathtaking landscapes and unspoiled nature.
The Riviera del Conero Association organizes a program of excursions to discover the most famous coastal towns and the country towns in the Marche.
During the excursions there will also be tastings of typical local products and visits to museums.
Ancona is a city of Greek origin, is known as a city of art and rich in monuments, it stands on a promontory shaped like a bent elbow and it is thanks to this particular shape that the sun rises and sets over the sea in Ancona. The most significant monuments are the Cathedral of San Ciriaco (patron saint of the city) which dominates from above the whole city and the port, the Roman Amphitheater, the Arch of Trajan and the Lazzaretto on the docks of the port.
The most representative urban places are Piazza del Plebiscito (commonly called Piazza del Papa) with its medieval buildings, sixteenth and eighteenth century, is the “salon of Ancona”; the three parallel courses that form the commercial center of the city; the North Pier ends with the Red Lantern, especially interesting for the Arch of Trajan, the Arch of Clementino and the view of the port and the city; Viale della Vittoria with its buildings from the 1920s / 1930s, joins the two sides of the promontory on which the city stands. The Avenue ends in front of the War Memorial, overlooking at the sea, from which you can admire a beautiful view of the high coast or along the spectacular Passetto stairway, you can also go down to the sea shore.
The subsoil of the city is a dense network of tunnels, built for defensive purposes, for hydraulic purposes, for ritual purposes or as meeting places and also for residential use. Multiple graphic representations are found inside the caves: religious bas-reliefs, symbols related to the Knights Templar and esoteric allegories. The inhabitants of Osimo are called “The Headless” because of sculptures of Roman characters who are precisely headless and are located in the atrium of the Town Hall.