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Our working life is so dense that we often neglect ourselves, our friends and our family

That’s why it’s important to get from our free time, and spend it in the open air, In the company of our loved ones, in contact with nature.

Choose a holiday destination that can adapt to all your needs, which is able to reconcile fun, leisure, rest, conviviality.

CONERO GOLF CLUB CAN OFFER YOU ALL THIS!

The golf course is inside the Conero Park, a uniquenatural oasis of its kind, created around Conero Mount.

The terrain, gently shaped , offers a wide variety of landscapes and situations.
The camp is located on the lower slopes of Conero, with a crown of soft hills of Marche and small precious gemstones represented by the Loreto, Recanati, Osimo, Camerano sky-line.

This allows you to practice an extraordinary sport, in contact with nature and enjoying the beauties that the Conero Park and all the Marche can offer you.

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NEAR THE SEA

Located in the town of Sirolo, the Conero Golf Club is located in the heart of the Conero Park, one of the most striking places on the Adriatic coast and a unique reserve of its kind. The Conero is a rocky promontory , nestled between the hills, Which protrudes on the Adriatic Sea forming rugged cliffs and unspoiled beaches: A unique phenomenon across the Adriatic Sea. Which makes it a unique place, able to blend three environments: countryside, sea, historic villages.

The beaches of the Conero Riviera are truly unique, completely surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, from the cliffs, and the cliffs overlooking the sea. The most famous beaches are:

MEZZAVALLE BEACH : The first long stretch of white beach on the conero Riviera. You can get there by car or by bicycle through the Conero Provincial road, Portonuovo direction. Then you walk along two paths that come down the side of a greto . One is longer and intricate , the other shorter and steeper.

“LA VELA” BEACH: Is so called for the sail shaped rock that faces the end of the beach, the last floating beach arch at the foot of the northern slope of the Conero. The last bathing coast, at the bottom of the northern slope of the Conero. You get there by car via the provincial road of Conero, direction Portonovo, taking a road that goes down the mountain side. Limited car parking spaces. In case of traffic closure a shuttle bus from the parking is provided.

“LE DUE SORELLE” BEACH: along with Porto Novo, the other symbol of the Conero Riviera is so named for the two twin rocks emerging from the waters. It is a truly magical place, out of time, completely immersed in the most uncontaminated nature. It is located on the southern side of Mount Conero. It is not included on the service and can only be reached by sea. On the ferry board: daily trips from the port of Numana. How to get there: just by the sea; Daily ferry trips from Numana harbor.

PORTONOVO BEACH: : Symbol bay of the Conero Riviera, created from the detachment of an ancient landslide in prehistoric times. It is completely surrounded by the Mediterranean sea. Free beach trails alternate with areas equipped with bathing establishments. There are numerous fish restaurants looking out the sea, perfect for romantic dinners. When the sirocco and the storm blow , Porto Novo become a popular meeting place for surfers. To get to the bay, drive along the Conero Provincial Road to Portonovo. Limited car parking spaces. In case of traffic closure, there is a shuttle bus from the upstairs car park.

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Marche-mare-Conero

“SASSI NERI” BEACH: long and wide beach with stones and dark gravel. It is one of the wildest places of the park and for this reason attracts many naturalists. You can walk to the Sirolo Republic Park or the bus from the Sirolo Town Hall. Out of season it is reachable by car.

“SAN MICHELE” BEACH: lying on the edge of the cliffs facing the sea, it is separated from the beach of the Black Sassi by a stretch of a cliff coast. Spectacular rock falls of the mountain and a deep blue sea are the frame of this beach. You can get there by walking or by shuttle bus: every 30 minutes [U1].
“URBANI” BEACH: an enchanting beach in half-moon shape, nestled between a cave and a high cliff protected by a semicircular barrier of rocks. The pungent smell of pine trees, the wide beach is equipped with bathing establishments and clean waters, make this bay a unique corner, rewarded many times by the Blue Flag.
“LA SPIAGGIOLA” (NUMANA): Lovely, sophisticated and picky beach, equipped with renowned bathing establishments. The low backdrop and protected by three cliffs make this stretch of coast to the north of the port one of the most loved by traditional, Roman and Milanese tourists in the head. We arrive at Numana Square, with a shuttle every 15 minutes.
SPIAGGIA DI NUMANA BASSA E MARCELLI: golden beach, wide, sunny, perfectly equipped: ideal for both young and families. We arrive by car, proceeding south of Numana. You can park along the sea.

CITY AND ART

Those who love art and history can visit the splendid villages and castles in the territory of the Park.

Sirolo: Sirolo: a charming village of medieval origin, has been populated already by Piceni, Greeks and Romans.
Numana: a town on the slopes of the Conero, its origins date back on the presence of Piceni and Siculi, followed by the Greek colonization and then the Roman conquest. It houses an important museum, with discoveries from the ancient Picena necropolis.
Osimo: already inhabited by the Piceni, it became an important Roman city. Even in the Middle Ages, he maintained an absolute first-rate role in the territory. It houses many sites of artistic interest, among which stands the Duomo di San Leopardo, one of the greatest examples of Romanesque in the Marches.
Loreto
Loreto: It is one of the most famous places in the country, known throughout the world because of Basilica is home of the Holy House, the home of the Virgin Mary. Tradition tells that the Virgin Mary’s home in Nazareth was made up of a room and a cave. The room closed the cave and consisted of three walls.
It seems that in 1291, after the expulsion of the Crusaders from the Holy Land, the walls of the room were transported to Tersatto (in present Croatia); Subsequently, on December 10, 1294, they were transported to the Marche. Historians can now assert that the Holy House was dismantled and transported by sea: the operation was promoted by the Angeli family, a powerful lineage that governed Epirus. A document of 1294 attests that Niceforo Angeli, the despot of Epirus, married his daughter Ithamar to Philip II d’Angiò, and gave him series of goods, including “the holy stones taken away from the Casa della Nostra Signora, the Virgin Mother of God. ” From documents found in Loreto’s archives, it can be argued that the Angeli family had possessions near Recanati and that’s why this location was chosen as the final home. The walls of the Holy House were set in the middle of a road from Recanati leading to the sea: the road was public, so no one could claim their property.

Gradually , the fragile relic was first protected by the construction of an outer wall, then of the roof, then of a small church that contained it; Finally, in 1468 started the construction of the impressive Basilica , which lasted for three centuries. At the Basilica worked artists of great prestige such as Pomarancio (author of the frescoes of the Sala de Tesoro), Luigi Vanvitelli (architect of the bell tower), Giuliano Maiano and Giuliano da Sangallo (dome), Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane, Andrea Sansovino, Tiburzio Vergelli, Francesco By Giorgio Martini, Baccio Pontelli, Marino by Marco Cedrino, Donato Bramante. The last one, in 1509, made the design for the marble coating of the House, whose work was followed by Andrea Sansovino, Ranieri Nerucci and Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane.
Urbino: Montefeltro is an ancient Italian region, divided between Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and Marche (province of Pesaro-Urbino). The accounts of Montefeltro in 1234 added to their possessions the lordship of Urbino, which became the most important city in the area and reached its peak under the duchy of Federico da Montefeltro (1422-1482). Extraordinary patrons, he promoted culture and arts, making Urbino one of the most important Renaissance dissemination centers. His court was attended by artists and scholars such as Piero Della Francesca and Francesco di Giorgio Martini.
Urbino still retains the charm of that time and offers visitors many extraordinary places, including: Palazzo Ducale (home of the National Gallery of the Marche), the birthplace of Raffaello Sanzio, the Duomo and the Church of San Bernardino (Mausoleum Of the Dukes).
Since 1998, the historic center of Urbino is a UNESCO World heritage , for its historical, artistic and landscaping value: Urbino adapts perfectly to the surrounding landscape, wonderfully preserved over time. Its surroundings are the same that we find painted in the works of Piero della Francesca and Raffaello.

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OTHER LOCATIONS OF ART, HISTORY AND NATURE IN PROVINCE OF PESARO-URBINO

Gradara:spectacular Malatesta fortress, splendidly preserved. It was the place where the tragic love story of Paolo and Francesca took place, sung in Hell by Dante.
Pesaro:provincial capital. Ancient city of Roman origin, gave birth to Gioacchino Rossini.
Parco del San Bartolo:in the territory of Pesaro, it is a wonderful natural reserve, with a spectacular landscape: the hills descend rapidly to the sea.
Balì Museum:interactive museum of sciences, with astronomical and planetary observatory.
Mondavio:a village whose name is linked to the imposing roveresca fortress, designed by Francesco di Giorgio Martini. It is one of the best preserved Renaissance caves in the world.
Fano:splendid Roman city (Fanum Fortunae). He connected the Adriatic Sea to Rome through Via Flaminia
To see: Arch of Augustus, Roman age walls, Malatestian court.

CLOSE TO THE MOUNTAIN

The Marche are a truly unique place: a handkerchief with a wide variety of environments. The Conero Park not only includes sea and hills but in just an hour’s drive you can reach the Apennines.

APENNINES

The Apennines are the mountain range that crosses the entire Italian peninsula from Liguria to northern Sicily. The Umbrian-Marche’s Apennine begins with Bocca Trabaria.

It is essentially divided into five chains:

– The Monte Catria group , in the province of Pesaro-Urbino, considered sacred since ancient times, housed an important temple dedicated to Jupiter’s Appennine on its back ground. Even in medieval times, many abbeys and monasteries came to its feet, including the splendid hermitage of Fonte Avellana, also quoted by Dante in Paradise.

Monte San Vicino Chain,, starting from the left side of the Metauro River. Continues south until it descends in conjunction with the valley of Chienti. The San Vicino is easily recognizable by its shape: seen from the south it looks like a camel hump, from west and east is a volcano and seen from the north it has tricuspid form.
Sibillini
Sibillini chain: they rise south of the Chienti river and culminate in Mount Vettore, the highest peak of the Umbrian-Marchigian Apennines (2476 meters). The Sibillini take its name from Mount Sibilla, a mysterious place wrapped in legend. Near the peak of the mountain, in fact, there is an ancient cave (now collapsed), where it is said that lived the Appennine Sibyl. Probably in ancient times there were cults on earth about female deities. It is very likely that these rituals have continued even with the spread of Christianity, leaving some traces in the local culture of the Middle Ages. The legend of the Sibilla is connected with Pilato Lake , located on the massif of the Vector at altitude of 1941 meters. It is the only natural lake in the Marche and one of the very few glacial lakes in the Apennines. The lake is wrapped in legend: tradition wants its waters to welcome Pilate’s body after being condemned to death by Tiberius. In the Middle Ages, the lake was also called the Sibilla lake(lago della Sibilla) and was considered a meeting place for necromancers and witches, so that in the thirteenth century walls were raised around its basin to prevent anyone from approaching the water. These legends and superstitions are likely to arise from the fact that in ancient times the lake, like the Sibyl, was a place where important sacred rites were held.

Ellissoide di Cingoli: in the province of Macerata, there is a further Apennine bend, with its characteristic ellipsoid shape. The city of Cingoli rises above it, facing the east. The panorama is really breathtaking, so much so that no Cingoli is called the “balcony of the Marche”

Monte Conero: this also represents an extreme propaganda of the Appenines, towards the sea.

FRASASSI CAVES

The Gola Rossa Park has one of the most beautiful naturalistic sites of the marche: the Caves of Frasassi, the largest karst cave complex in Europe, discovered in 1971.
The millennial work of water has given rise to a masterpiece of nature: limestone concretions (stalactites and stalagmites) create a series of stunning scenery, which look like real sculpture.
Grotte di Frasassi
ORIGINS: Cave formation began during the Upper Pliocene, about one and a half million years ago, thanks to the encounter of sulphurous waters from the subsoil with the coldest waters of the Sentino River (which at that time it was about 300 meters more in High than the current level). The dilution of mineralized water produced during millennia the melting of limestone and the deposition of the plaster. To this process is added the infiltration of rainwater, the dripping of which causes the accumulation of calcium carbonate, which results in stalagmites and stalactites.

The caves wind up for a total of 30 kilometers in the subsoil. The visit involves three types of itineraries: tourist route, cave adventure trail, school path.

– – The first is the most comfortable and easiest way to admire the caves. Through the walkways, you can visit the various halls and environments. Among the various environments we remember the following: Ancona Abyss was the first environment discovered in 1971. It is an immense hall: 200 meters high, 120 wide and 180 in length, it could comfortably hold the Duomo of Milan. Along the way you can admire the giants (impressive stalagmites that reach even 20 meters in height and 5 in diameter), the crystallized pond and the so-called Niagara Falls (pure white calcite casting). From Abis Ancona you enter on the hall 200 , famous for the Castle of Witches (series of stalagmites formed on a boulder) and the Obelisk (stalagmite reaching 15 meters high). Followed by the Gran Canion, flooded in the lower part because it is at the same level as the Sentino Riverhall of the Bear(Sala dell’Orso) and Infinite Hall(Sala Infinito), , where you can see the ancient wells from which the sulphurous water rises from the depths of the earth.

– The speleological trails are designed for amateurs and enthusiasts who, in the company of wise guides, want to experience the same emotions that the speleologists had when first discovered these places.

– The school-route is reserved for schoolchildren: it is the same as the touristic route, but enriched by the presence of a guide and teaching materials.

Frasassi Caves can be reached by car: Ancona Nord exit, SS76 Ancona – Roma highway, then exit Genga (25 minutes drive from the motorway exit).

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Escursions to be done in th zone

The Ring of the Conero woods
particularly suitable for those approaching for the first time at the park. It includes a path that winds through the forests, important historical testimonies (such as rock carvings and St. Peter’s Badia) and panoramic balconies of Pian Grande.
Difficulty level: T (tourist), that is, easy on well traced and marked trails.
Travel time: 1h 30 ‘.
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The Great Ring of Conero(Il Grande Anello del Conero)
Questo sentiero è un po’ più impegnativo del primo, poiché permette di allows you to spend a whole day in the heart of the Park, leaving from Sirolo. This level of difficulty E (hiking) on well-marked trails and paths. Walking time: 5 h. Download the route description at the following link: http://www.parcodelconero.com/pdf/sentiero2.pdf

The Great Ring of the Conero
This trail is a bit more challenging than the first, as it allows you to spend a whole day in the heart of the Park, starting from Sirolo. It is a ring path, dense with wonders.
Difficulty level: E (hiking) on well traced and marked trails; May have steep sections, however protected or equipped. Does not require specific mountaineering skills.
Travel time: 5 h.

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Nature trail from the Poggio (for the little ones)
It is an easy path, specially designed for children, accompanied by mom and dad. Its purpose is to teach: what are the natural features of the Park, the discovery of flora, fauna and landscape. The path starts from Frazione Poggio, near the homonymous Tavern.
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OTHER THOUGHTS

The Park also offers other itineraries of varying difficulty, duration and rideability.Let’s mention some of the easiest trails, that can be done even on mountain bikes or on horse.

Conero’s cross

Traversata del Conero
It starts from the town of Sant’Antonio on the left side of the Dubbini bar.
The trail rises in an area with several shrubs. At the top there is an interesting view of the Trave. After crossing a forest stretch you will reach Pian Grande in about an hour. On the left you can see the Bay of Portonovo. After taking the main path, after crossing a further grove, at the signposted crossroads you take the left direction and you reach the Piani di Raggetti. Here you have to choose between two directions: with the first you go on the big road, while the second you climb to the left along the Casa Lucignani and then you get to the asphalt road. You can visit the crypt of the Church of St. Pietro and the ruins of the Camaldolese Monastery. Possibility to refresh.
The path continues with a deciduous forest up to a masonry stand. Go left, crossing a zone overlooking the sea where we find examples of Mediterranean scrub, and you come up to a wider street with a distinctive observation point: the Southern Belvedere overlooking the rocks of the Two Sisters. Continuing, you descend into an area with houses and then take the municipal road for the Fonte d’Olio; Then you get to the provincial road.
To return to the starting point, you can use public transport.

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Difficulty: T (easy).
Travel time: 4h
Walking: on foot, on horseback, with mountain-bike from Poggio to the former Monastery of S.Pietro; From here up to a Fonte d’Olio that can be traversed.
Bay of Portonovo
You must reach the small square of Portonovo, following signs from the Conero provincial road (take the communal road to the bay). From the square, take the asphalt road to the pier (direction Hotel Fortino Napoleonico). At a certain point, you can go down the Great Lake (brackish water pond with lush cane). Continue towards the pier, leaving the hotel’s fence on the right and get to the majestic guard tower, called Clementina, built by Pope Clement XI in 1716. Continue on the beach to get to the church of S. Maria. Then continue the itinerary to the Deep Lake(lago Profondo), walk on the right bank and continue on a pathway until you reach the starting square.
Difficulty: T (easy).
Travel time: 1h
Walking: walking, horse riding, mountain biking.
Pecorara ring(Anello della Pecorara)
Reach through the provincial road of Conero the square in front of ex Cava di Massignano; Head towards Sirolo and, at 13,100 km, take a small downhill road to the right. When you reach a crossroads, turn left, then to the right and you go forward in a small woodland of roverelle, in the ditch of Pecorara. To the left take a pathway and then continue to another valley, Where the second branch of the Pecorara ditch flows. From here you go up another road to the left until you reach a crossroads of four streets (beginning variant 15A). Go right (you can watch the golf courses) until you reach a small newsstand, go straight ahead, reach an area with oaks and, after you past this, the road goes up to a crossroads; Take the road on your right, walk along a pine forest, climb the right bank of the Pecorara and reach the Conero provincial road again.
Difficulty: T (easy).
Travel time: 2h
Walking: walking, horse riding, mountain biking.
Path of the Fonte di Capo Acqua
You reach the village of Sirolo, you pass via Raffaello Sanzio, then via delle Vigne and you arrive to the square of S. Lorenzo (about 700 meters). From here you have to go down to the Fonte di Capo d’Acqua and then continue climbing in a grove. At the end of a rather steep section, take a road on the right until you reach an old house. Here begins a plain path, which continues until it reaches other houses. From here take left in the direction of a pine forest from where you proceed to the top of Monte Colombo (panoramic point).
Difficulty: (T) easy.
Travel time: 1h
Walking: walking, horseback riding, mountain biking.