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Promenade of Porto Recanati Riviera del Conero

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Porto Recanati, The Marches, Italy. Piazza delle Vele, Viale 29 marzo, Viale della Montecatini, 34, 62017 Porto Recanati MC, Italy. Summer is late in coming, it has not rained almost all winter, so the important thing is that it rains in May, then this summer so much will come, we are ready. That is I am ready, I can't wait to melt in the sea, feel the saltiness and continue to dive into the sea, swim, swim to the point of exhaustion, sunbathe and enjoy the beach until sunset. From here, Porto Recanati in fact, we see the Monte Conero, a promontory on the sea unique for its landscapes, and in summer it is a spectacle. Promenade Porto Recanati The Marches Italy Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling.


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Porto Recanati seafaring tradition

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Porto Recanati, Province of Macerata, Italy
The central strip of the coast is characterized by beaches basically stony but also the sandy and steep sea. The area is completely flat and is located near Monte Conero. This makes it very suitable for walks along the promenade. The seafaring tradition of Porto Recanati is well documented in the Sea Museum, which is located in the complex of the former fish market. The town offers some important testimonies of its past. In the main square stands the medieval Swabian Castle, donated by Frederick II to the city, which houses on the first floor the Municipal Art Gallery "Attilio Moroni". The large courtyard is home to the arena B. Gigli, "named after the famous tenor recanatese who, during the summer season becomes the stage of a large series of musical events.

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Kitesurfing in "Porto Recanati"

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Via della Repubblica, 8, 62017, Porto Recanati Province of Macerata, MC, Marches, Italy

I spent a whole morning photographing from a roof-garden on the 5th floor, the fabulous kite surfers of Porto Recanati. The sea was rough with strong winds from the northwest, I think Kitesurfing was ideal, they were at least 20 to flutter.

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Kitesurfing is a sailing sport, born in 1999 as a surf variant and consists of being towed by a kite, which uses wind as a propeller and which is maneuvered through a bar, connected to the kite by thin Dyneema or spectra cables called "lines ", long between 22 and 27 m. Porto Recanati: Porto Recanati is a top pick on our site amongst travelers for › Hotel › Apartments › Resorts › Villas › BB › Guesthouse...

Porto Recanati Free beach

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Via Lepanto 26, 62017, Porto Recanati, MC, Province of Macerata, Marches, Italy,

Free Beach in Porto Recanati Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe visual storytelling.
The pretty promenade of Porto Renacati, set in the background with the Monte Conero in the background, sheltered by the rocks in the center of the village, reminds me of the afternoons spent with my father when we were securing the sailboat inside the cliffs after a morning spent at sea.
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Conero on the background in "Porto Recanati"

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Porto Recanati, Riviera del Conero, Monte Conero, Province of Macerata, Marches, Italy Conero on the background in "Porto Recanati" Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling. To share on @googlemaps Porto Recanati on the Conero Riviera, kilometers of beaches, crystal clear waters, Mount Conero in the background. A characteristic fishing town, it offers a beautiful waterfront, completely closed to traffic, perfect for healthy walks or bike rides through the colorful houses of the town.

And they call it summer. "Beach Resort"

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Acapulco Beach Resort, Viale 1 Maggio, 2, 62017, Porto Recanati, Province of Macerata, MC, Marches,  Italy
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They say that summer is over, but today at noon on September 30th it will be 27 degrees Celsius "Fahrenheit: 80.6", the sea is calm, water temperature is 22 degreesCelsius "Fahrenheit: 71.6", it is to see that today I make a good swim in the sea.
And they call it summer, This summer without you, But they don't know that I live, Always remembering you, The scent of the sea, I don't feel it, it's gone, Why don't you come back here, Close to me. Song ByBruno Martino.
Porto Recanati, in the wonderful setting of Monte Conero, is the ideal place to spend a serene and relaxing holiday with its crystal clear waters and its beaches.

Avenue on the sea of Porto Recanati.

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Porto Recanati, The Marches, Italy
A very nice long sea, when I arrived in Porto Recanati in 1978 it was not like that, the cars had access to the seafront. Then immediately after, they closed the seafront, with access only to pedestrians and bicycles, from that moment it changed everything slowly, from a simple small fishing village with a splendid view on the Monte Conero promontory, to a beautiful tourist resort. On the road they put the bricks to the ground, the houses have been renovated, even with bright but beautiful colors. Therefore, only foresight can save us from the landscape degradation perpetrated by building speculators.

I want a house facing the sea

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I only have to get there on foot, like this, just walk the sand and the sea. Small and narrow houses that go by height, and I want to see the sunrise, sunset, the stormy sea, calm, and the summer the heat burn the walls, sweat, sweat, feel the heat of the sand burn your feet, and throw me in the water, swim and swim, look at my house from the sea, with all the tranquility and life of the sea. See the fish jump, the currents change, the waves break on the shore.
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The Adriatic Sea the wind and the seagulls Porto Recanati

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Via Lepanto, 62017 Porto Recanati MC, Italy
The Adriatic caressed by the cold east wind in late April, colors the sea of shades of blue-gray or deep green, clouds like cotton candy create incomprehensible shapes, water predominates by changing the landscape, and seagulls triumph over flying hair of broken waves in the cliff.

Kitesurfing in the "Conero Riviera"

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Conero Riviera, Monte Conero, Riviera del Conero, Sirolo, Numana, Marcelli, Porto Recanati,  Portonovo, Province of Ancona, Italy
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I spent a whole morning photographing from a roof-garden on the 5th floor, the fabulous kite surfers in Conero Riviera. The sea was rough with strong winds from the northwest, I think Kitesurfing was ideal, they were at least 20 to flutter.
Find yourself amidst beaches, surrounded by bountiful nature and rocky mountains, and a sinuous landscape shaped by the wind and the sea. This is the Conero Riviera, one of the most beautiful maritime environments in the Marches Region. The Riviera boasts several picturesque towns, more precisely Sirolo, Numana, Marcelli, Porto Recanati and Portonovo, all of which provide accommodations with all the amenities, as well as opportuniti…

The Marches is an Italian region in central Italy.

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The Marches is an Italian region in central Italy. Surprising and wonderful in its diversity, this region of Central Italy, with its winding yet symmetrical form, shows off its multi-faceted beauty through cliffs and caves that overlook unforgettable beaches, hills that are steeped in history, and rich traditions and cultures, all set against a backdrop of mountains (that are, by the way, well-equipped for ski lovers). The Marches are mostly comprised of hills and mountains; the region embraces the Adriatic side of the Umbria-Marche Appennines, yet in contrast features low-lying, sandy beaches. How could anyone forget the long expanse of fine golden sand that kiss crystal-clear waters at Senigallia Offering numerous lidos and pleasant seaside strolls, this area is a treat any time of day, but especially at sunset. No less lovely are Gabicce Mare, Pesaro, Fano, Civitanova Marche, Porto San Giorgio, and San Benedetto del Tronto. If you’re looking to unwind and recharge, visit one of th…

The Ronda walkways of the Basilica of Loreto.

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The Ronda walkways of the Basilica of Loreto.
The Ronda walkways of the Basilica of Loreto.Photo By: Baldassarri GiuseppeCopyright, LicenseOwn work, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 The Ronda walkways of the Basilica of Loreto.Basilica of Loreto in Loreto, in Italy, Marche, 60025 Loreto AN, Piazza della Madonna, 1, The Ronda walkways of the Basilica of LoretoThe Walkways of Ronda are one of the least known aspects of the Basilica of Loreto. Typical of military buildings, the Ronda Walkways characterize the appearance of the basilica-fortress, which is very rare on Italian soil. Closed to the public for five hundred years, this architectural treasure was recently restored on the occasion of the Jubilee of 2000 and open to visitors wishing to admire a fascinating and rare structure. The Rocchette can be accessed by crossing the Basilica, climbing about one hundred and twe…

Loreto Patrol walkways Camminamenti di ronda

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Camminamenti di ronda a Loreto,  60025, Loreto, AN, Province of Ancona, Italy. . The basilica of Loreto is fortified in the upper part with a walkway and stone corbels, which support them also with a decorative function; on behalf of Cardinal Girolamo Basso della Rovere the construction was started by Giuliano da Maiano and subsequently modified and completed by Baccio Pontelli in a typically Renaissance style.

The walkways are covered and protruding corridors with a continuous series of vaulted windows around the upper part of the basilica, to allow easy defense in case of attacks - as had already happened by the Turks in a bloody way in Otranto in 1480; the year before in nearby Grottammare and in 1518 in Porto Recanati; the latter attack which caused an order by Pope Leo X for a further fortification of Loreto, which fortunately was never attacked. In the upper internal part of the building and behind the walkways, there are the rooms that were once used as accommodation for the gua…

Patrol walkways in Loreto

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Camminamenti di ronda a Loreto,  60025, Loreto, AN, Province of Ancona, Italy. . The basilica of Loreto is fortified in the upper part with a walkway and stone corbels, which support them also with a decorative function; on behalf of Cardinal Girolamo Basso della Rovere the construction was started by Giuliano da Maiano and subsequently modified and completed by Baccio Pontelli in a typically Renaissance style. The walkways are covered and protruding corridors with a continuous series of vaulted windows around the upper part of the basilica, to allow easy defense in case of attacks - as had already happened by the Turks in a bloody way in Otranto in 1480; the year before in nearby Grottammare and in 1518 in Porto Recanati; the latter attack which caused an order by Pope Leo X for a further fortification of Loreto, which fortunately was never attacked. In the upper internal part of the building and behind the walkways, there are the rooms that were once used as accommodation for the g…
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We are in Italy and we know that we have one of the most visited countries in the world under our feet, a unique country, rich in history, culture, natural resources, and a consolidated artisan and gastronomic tradition. Yes an open-air museum, in every corner, in every street, in every small neighborhood hides a piece of history, tradition, and culture. Where to go?
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Northern Italy. The northern regions of Italy are full of spectacular mountain landscapes, while other areas, especially on the east coast, are flat at the entrance to the Adriatic Sea.
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Central Italy Venerated vineyards, medieval cities on top of the hill and works of art praised by UNESCO: this journey embraces suggestive landscapes and villages.
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Southern Italy it is the heat of the sun and the color of the landscapes, Italy in its most ancient form, full of feeling and sensual. Down here, the ruins are older, the longest lunches and the wildest and most intense landscapes.
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