Search

Pesaro: what to do and what to see in the north of the Marche

Surrounded by nature and overlooking the sea, Pesaro has the charm of those cities of art that combine culture and nature, where just a moment to get lost in the magic of a past time. But it only takes another moment to be catapulted back into the present, where a beautiful beach awaits us for the most complete relaxation.

Fonte: InsideArt

Looking for a destination for summer 2022? Looking for a place where you can combine relaxation and culture? Pesaro is definitely for you. Located in the north of the Marche, capital of the province of Pesaro-Urbino and birthplace of the famous composer Gioacchino Rossi, Pesaro is also known as the “City of the Bicycle”, given the extensive network of bike paths that covers it.

Fonte: DLT Viaggi

Not only that. Pesaro is also an important seaside and industrial center, rich in archaeological finds that mix Roman, medieval and Renaissance style. Its location is also strategic: it is located between two hills, San Bartolo and Ardizio, and is the second most populated province of the region.

What to see in Pesaro

Among the things to see at Pesaro, is definitely the Piazzale della Libertà, a small park with a circular shape where there is a sculpture called “the Big Sphere”created by the artist Arnaldo Pomodoro in 1998 and symbolizing the union between man and nature.

Fonte: My take it blog

Another thing to see is the Villino Ruggeri, an Art Nouveau building of 1902, while the Roman aspect of the city is fully embodied by the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, a church built by the union of two older churches. You can then continue with the Moscow Palace, the Civic Museums, the Art Gallery and the Museum of Ceramics.

Fonte: Web Gallery of Art

Among the most visited tourist attractions, finally, we find the birthplace of Gioacchino Rossini, a museum dedicated to the famous composer. The Ducal Palace, the Bavarian Palace and the Paggeria Palace, finally, are one of the highlights of the city, embodying all the style halfway between Roman and Renaissance that characterizes Pesaro.

What to do in Pesaro

The coastline of Pesaro extends for over 7 km and its sea is Blue Flag since 2005, for the excellent quality of bathing water and for the services offered. Pesaro is in fact a place that can meet the needs of any type of tourist. Families are very well located, as the coast is very well equipped and the beaches host establishments where services are provided for children.

Fonte: imperial Sport Hotel

At the same time, the beach is of fine sand with a sloping seabed, a great choice for those who decide to spend a holiday in serenity – even with children – without having to worry about the waters that immediately become deep. At the same time, even the youngest and the most revellers can find in Pesaro the fun they need, including small clubs by the sea and festivals that often take place in the summer.

Fonte: Italian Coast

For those who quickly get tired of the sea, from Pesaro you can make several daily excursions. An example? The visit to nearby Urbino, birthplace of the painter Raffaello, where many moments of the latter’s life can be retraced.

Where to sleep in Pesaro

Sleeping in Pesaro is very simple, as you can find different solutions that meet any type of request. There are, in fact, many hotels equipped for family holidays, with lots of entertainment, but also many b & b and other types of accommodation, such as holiday homes or apartments for rent.

Fonte: Nautilus Family Hotel

There are also many areas set up for camping, where – for a much lower cost than that of the hotel – you can stay with the camper or with your own tent and enjoy shared services. In this way, you can enjoy a holiday in complete contact with nature, following your own pace, without the stress of the schedules dictated by the large hotels.

Cover Image: Amarche

Write a response

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Close
Your custom text © Copyright 2018. All rights reserved.
Close