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Posted by Best74 on 25 January 2016
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Sirolo, a pearl of the Adriatic Sea, is a fishing village locatedon the cliff of Monte Conero inside the Natural Park. In the main square of the village, which looks like a natural terrace, you can enjoy an amazing view of Monte Conero and the sea, in a fusion of shades of green and blue.
Picenes (the tomb of their Queen is open to visitors), Greeks and Romans have left their mark giving the town a medieval conformation. Today you can seethe restored ancient walls.
The beaches are still wild, with wonderful rocks and caves. Its waters are crystal and clear. To reach Urbani beach there are buses from the centre which go to the car park. Next to Urbani beach there is San Michele beach that is equipped with simple beach facilities. Others beaches are SassiNeri, a rocky beach with dark stones, and the famous Due Sorelle beach, close to Monte Conero. Due Sorelle is still a wild that entirely preserves its natural beauty, without any facilities that can be reached only by sea.
In front of the beach rise the two rocks of “Due Sorelle”, these give the name to this place and are an attraction for the tourist for their undoubted charm, but also suggestive for those who can always admire them. So many restaurants to suit all budgets will be glad to offer their treasures, look for them in the streets of the country where in peace, just walking, you can discover unforgettable flavors.
Even lovers of art, history and entertainment will find satisfaction here thanks to the churches of St. Nicholas of Bari, the church and the bell tower of the Sacramento and arrive at the Abbey of St. Peter on top of the mountain from where you can see the coast south to Porto Recanati and beyond. Noteworthy is the TeatroCortesi, 1873 and more particularly to the Cave Theatre, obtained from bare rock to acoustic sensation. Very fascinating, and suddenly you will find while walking, the beautiful Art Nouveau villas that denote the well-being and the taste in which they lived and live the privileged tenants.