Porto Recanati Off The Beaten Path

  • 335 steps
    335 steps
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  • COUNTRYSIDE
    COUNTRYSIDE
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  • polish cimiter
    polish cimiter
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    by Marchigiano Written Jul 22, 2011

    If you want to relax at a newly opened ( i believe 2 years) and very beautiful beach club I suggest you to go to Pineta Beach. It is at a 5 min walking distance from the center of porto recanati and it is a wild and natural beach, different than the typical italian beach. It was windy and there were quite a large number of kite surfers. I also tried the sushi on tuesday and it was great!! Oh yea, and surprisingly people there spoke fluent english..

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    walking route

    by xaver Updated Jul 9, 2011

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    There are two nice walking or biking routes that take you from Porto Recanati up to Loreto(a sort of pelegremenage) or to Numana.
    I prefer the one to Loreto, for sure not for religious pourpouses but just because its trough countryside and so totally traffic free.It takes about 2 hours and half or more to go and come back without being in hurry.Take "scossicci" direction and walki just following the countryside route, then, once arrived at Loreto railway station go straight on untill you find the steps(consider there are 335 steps) to go up the town, going up you also meet the polish cimitery where polish dead in Italy during the second world war are buried.When you arrive you are just on the back side of the popular sanctuary.

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    winter

    by xaver Updated Jan 1, 2008

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    snow

    In winter Porto Recanati itself is definitly an off the beaten path, it's practically a desert town where people live and, above all, sleep waiting for the next summer.The best time to visit is probably end of may/june when the weather is usually fine and there are just a few tourists around.

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