Discovering Riviera del Conero
Staying in our farmhouse allows you to reach all the most important city close to Numana. You will able to visit easily the main attractions of Riviera del Conero, either cultural or historical.
Ancona is the capital of Le Marche. It is an important city due to plenty of attractions: historical sights such as “Arch of Trajan”, wonderful cathedral such as “San Ciriaco”, amazing big gardens such as “Cittadella” and the fabulous landscapes such as “Portonovo”.
Sirolo, like Numana, has been a fishing village. It is located on the cliff of ‘Monte Conero’, inside the Natural Park of Conero and it’s called the Pearl of Adriatic.
Loreto, a little town close to Numana, is one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage site in Italy, and it’s most commonly known as the seat of the Shrine of the Holy House and a statue of the Black Madonna inside the huge cathedral.
Recanati is the home town of Giacomo Leopardi, one of the most important poet of Italian literature, and Beniamino Gigli, a very famous opera singer; here you can visit their museums and learn more about them.
Osimo is a city 15 minutes far from Numana. It is a lovely medieval village that has also an amazing underground to discover.
Castelfidardo is known worldwide for production of musical instruments, in particular accordions and armonicas.
Camerano is a small town close to Numana, located in the hills of Riviera del Conero.
Due to the celebration of ‘Rosso Conero’, one of most popular local red wine, and the charming “underground world” with a series of tunnels to explore, in the last years Camerano became very popular.
About an hour away from Numana by car, Macerata is an important city of Le Marche.
Every year Macerata guests the Opera Festival at the Sferisterio, the popular open theatre that boast of a magnificent acoustic.
GROTTE DI FRASASSI
Located in Genga, a small town 100 km far from Numana, Frasassi Caves are one of the most popular geologic attraction in Italy.