Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Province of Ancona
Sep 24, 2021 Province of Ancona Weather: Clear, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 81%, Sunrise/Sunset: 06:56/19:02
Province of Ancona Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Situated atop a hill, 18 km from Senigallia seaside, Corinaldo, with its medieval and Renaissance urban plant, is defended by an unbroken circle of about 1 km of walls, among the best preserved of Marche region. Due to its homogeneity of materials and architecture, the old town appears to be unique and with a striking look as it contains numerous important Baroque and Neoclassical monuments.
You can reach Corinaldo from Falconara airport or, if you prefer travelling by train, the nearest railway station is that of Senigallia, daily connected by bus to Corinaldo. Once you are here, you can choose among b&bs, apartments and farmhouse stays: elegant palaces in the city centre or beautiful villas in the countryside, in both cases with kind and professional hosts. Corinaldo is also happy to welcome tourists with camper vans: a dedicated free area was recently realised, just outside the city centre.
All year round something special animates this town, making it a true “City Stage”. A cultural enthusiasm, a hive of activities expressed by the many association that show the love and care of Corinaldo people for their town and transform it every day. From “Corinaldo Jazz Festival” to Christmas events, through the annual “Contention of the Polenta Well” and “Halloween – The witches’ festival”: every moment of the year is a perfect time to discover this little town. Not to miss one of the many live exhibitions inside the precious 1900th century Goldoni Theatre, choosing among concerts, theatre pieces or contemporary dance exhibitions.
Corinaldo can also be the perfect place to discover the surroundings, since is really close to the beach and placed in a territory with a very rich cultural heritage. At a short distance you can visit the Mondavio fortress, the medieval towns of Ostra and Morro d'Alba, Arcevia's castles and Pergola's gilded bronzes.
Only one hour of car brings you to Urbino’s Ducal Palace, the Conero Riviera or the Frasassi caves.
The regions of Sardinia or Sicily boast amazing beaches and shores with crystalline waters, but there are areas way off the beaten path where you can enjoy a diverse and more affordable summer. Taking its name from Monte Conero, a 572-meter promontory overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Riviera del Conero is something you wouldn’t expect to see in Central Italy.
Blue waters (Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle, Spiaggia della Vela, and Spiaggia di San Michele are the best ones) and colourful villages (Numana and Sirolo) are the defining traits of this part of Italy that elude the reputation of more famous and clichéd location in the Belpaese.
Spend the day at the beaches, all surrounded by wild vegetation and thick pine woods, then at dinner treat yourself with tasty and gourmet fish recipes in Numana at Ristorante La Torre, ending with a great gelato at Bar Centrale in Sirolo while strolling through its cute and quiet alleys.
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