Beaches , Fano: Guide Fano: Italy - Nozio 0%

Author: Enrico Matteucci

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Fano Beaches, Italy

The Italian Adriatic Riviera is about 800 km long and connects with the Ionian Sea through the Otranto Canal.
It is a fairly homogeneous coast, though it changes shape in some places: it becomes a gulf in Trieste, a lagoon around Grado, Marano and Venezia, a delta on the Po and it is interrupted by the promontory of Mt. Conero above Ancona and Gargano in Puglia.
In the Marches the Adriatic Riviera alternates between pebble and sand beaches. The northern coast is often called the "Riviera of the Hills" due to its gentle hill slopes, and includes Gabicce Mare, Fano and Pesaro.
In Fano the waterfront is divided into two different beaches, one of pebbles and the other of sand.
In Senigallia the beach is "velvet" because of its particularly fine sand.
Ancona opens up to the awesome and natural Conero Riviera, with its small white sand coves surrounded by protected vegetation, reachable only by a Mediterranean scrub path.
Located at the foot of Cornero, south of Ancona, are the gems of the Riviera: Portonovo, Sirolo and Numana. The coast continues, flat, with Porto Recanati, the Picena Rivera and the Riviera delle Palme (San Benedetto del Tronto).




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