(4h – 8.3.km)
Starting from Poggio Sant’Antonio, cross a wooded stretch until you reach Pian Grande, from where you enjoy a splendid view of Baia di Portonovo. Continue towards the crypt of Chiesa di San Pietro and walk along the cliffs to the belvedere overlooking Baia delle Due Sorelle.
(3h – 2.9km)
Starting from Via Vallone in Sirolo, you reach a viewpoint and continue through a pine forest to Spiaggia dei Sassi Neri, where you can admire the characteristic Scaglia Rossa limestone.
(1h – 2.3km)
Starting from Baia di Portonovo, walk along Lago Grande to the Napoleonic Fort and imposing Torre di Guardia. Keep walking until you reach the Church of S. Maria di Portonovo and Lake Profondo, after which you can return to the starting point by walking back through the forest.
(3h – 4.4km)
Starting from Varano, follow the trail to the valley floor of Rio Boranico, from where you enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of Monte Conero as well as the surrounding vineyards and the hills. Now, cross the small bridge over the stream and continue along a tree-lined trail to the village of S. Germano.
(2h – 2.3km)
Starting from the sports field of Poggio, walk in the direction of Sirolo to an old quarry. From here, continue along a dense forest until the Roman Caves and the spectacular viewpoint over Monte S. Vicino.
Whatever you’re looking for, Conero is sure to deliver! Just a stone’s throw from our Natural Village Resort, families with children will have the chance to enjoy moments of togetherness as a family on the “Passeggiata Marinai d’Italia” or Italian mariners’ walk, which takes you from Porto Potenza Picena waterfront to Baden-Powell viewpoint, which boasts a fantastic view of the coastline. Couples can walk along the heart-shaped town walls of Potenza Picena and enjoy the sunset from the stunning Lake Cingoli, or from the romantic lakes of Conero Park. For those of a more daring disposition, we recommend visiting the Frasassi Caves, the largest Karst complex in Europe with its extraordinary cavern, the spectacular Fiastrone canyons, and the “Marmitte dei Giganti” (cauldron of the giants) canyon, not to mention the enchanting natural parks! The choice is yours!