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  • Numana and the Conero Riviera

    The hotel is located in Numana, a charming and hospitable seaside resort at the foot of Mount Conero, offering unique views and glimpses of nature.

    Hotel Giardino is located just 900 metres from the town centre. The heart of Numana is nestled in the upper part and unfurls through a maze of narrow streets, between typical stone fishermen's houses. The wide La Costarella staircase leads downwards towards the sea, and the lower part of Numana. Numana Bassa is the most modern and lively area, characterised by wide beaches and a promenade, only 600m away from the hotel, and the picturesque tourist port. It is a place where nature and history take shape perfectly. The pristine beaches and the crystalline sea have been awarded the Blue Flag serve as a counterpart to the artistic side Numana, comprising monuments and churches.



Do you want to explore the Conero Riviera by bike?

Rent our bikes for free and let us advise you on the best tours to get to know the area

If you love cycling, the region of the Conero is a wonderful setting to explore, with routes suitable for everyone, from the most to the less experienced. Discover nature, history, gastronomy and breathtaking views by renting our bikes for free and following the suggested itineraries.

Percorso Riviera del Conero e Colli dell'Infinito - Anello Medio

Conero Riviera and Colli dell'Infinito route

Km

75

Category

Road

Route

Marcelli > Loreto > Recanati > Montefano > Filottrano > Castelfidardo > Villa Musone > Marcelli
75 km discovering the southwest area of the Conero, passing through Castelfidardo, the city of the accordion, Filottrano, home of the great Scarponi, Montefano, Recanati and Loreto. See the route map ›
Percorso Riviera del Conero e Colli dell'Infinito - Anello Medio
Percorso “Riviera del Conero e Colli dell’Infinito” – Anello Lungo

“Conero Riviera and Colli dell’Infinito” route – Long loop

Km

94

Category

Road

Route

Marcelli >Numana > Sirolo > Poggio > Camerano >Polverigi > Santa Maria Nuova > Filottrano > Montefano > Recanati > Loreto > Marcelli
A 90 km loop to discover the whole "Conero Riviera and Colli dell'Infinito" area. From the sea to the hinterland, through medieval villages, hills, vineyards and olive groves. These treasures are known to very few, and the hidden wonders of a reserved but very welcoming land. See the route map ›
Percorso “Riviera del Conero e Colli dell’Infinito” – Anello Lungo
Percorso “Valle dell’Esino e del Musone”

“Valle dell’Esino and Musone” route

Km

130

Category

MTB

Route

Marcelli > Osimo > Castelli di Jesi > Villa Musone
130 km from Marcelli towards the north-east, through the rolling hills of Polverigi, Santa Maria Nuova, along the valleys of the Esino river and the area of ​​the Castelli di Jesi: Castelbellino, Cupramontana and Staffolo. You return to the starting point passing through Filottrano and Villa Musone, then skirting the Musone river. See the route map ›
Percorso “Valle dell’Esino e del Musone”
Percorso “Terre del Rosso Conero”

“Lands of Rosso Conero” route

Km

30

Category

MTB
Discover the Conero Park starting from Marcelli di Numana, accompanied by the magnificent panorama of the Adriatic coast! Deviating towards Camerano, you can descend towards Marcelli di Numana through the Rosso Conero vineyards. See the route map ›
Percorso “Terre del Rosso Conero”
Percorso “Dal Conero a Fiastra”

“From Conero a Fiastra” route

Km

120

Category

Road

Route

Marcelli >Abbadia di Fiastra > Macerata > Montefano > Marcelli
A 120 km road bike route from Marcelli to the Abbadia di Fiastra Nature Reserve, passing through Recanati. After Fiastra, continue north through Macerata and Montefano before ending the loop by returning to Marcelli. See the route map ›
Percorso “Dal Conero a Fiastra”
Percorso “In bici sul Balcone delle Marche”

“On the balcony of the Marche by bike” route

Km

120

Category

Road

Route

Marcelli >Abbadia di Fiastra > Macerata > Montefano > Marcelli
115 km by road bike starting from Marcelli di Numana and going towards Cingoli, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. From the large terrace on the castle walls, it is possible to enjoy a view of most of the Marche region, natural framed by the Adriatic Sea and Monte Conero on the horizon. It's a truly amazing sight to behold! See the route map ›
Percorso “In bici sul Balcone delle Marche”
Percorso “Il giro di Ancona: la città e i suoi dintorni”

“Tour of Ancona: the city and its surroundings” route

Km

55

Category

Road

Route

Duomo > Cardeto > Passetto > Posatora > Aspio > Osimo Stazione > Varano > Montacuto
From the piazza of Ancona Cathedral, take Via del Faro up to Parco del Cardeto. Exit on Via Panoramica to get to Passetto, continuing along Viale della Vittoria up to the seafront on Via XXIX Settembre. Head towards the station and take the cycle path up to the little church of Posatora. Continue to the Parco del Fornetto cycle paths and head south to the Aspio valley floor and Osimo Station. From here, turn north and go back uphill to Ancona, passing through S. Germano di Camerano, Varano and Montacuto. See the route map ›
Percorso “Il giro di Ancona: la città e i suoi dintorni”
Percorso “I Paesaggi di Leopardi”

“Landscapes of Leopardi” route

Km

50

Category

Road

Route

Marcelli > Selva di Castelfidardo > Osimo > Recanati > Loreto > Porto Recanati
At the Musone bridge between Marcelli and Porto Recanati, take the road that runs along the left bank up to the bridge of the provincial road SP 23 and take the road on the right towards Selva di Castel fiardo. Continue west towards Osimo for provincial road SP 5, then go down to Campocavallo and then back up towards Recanati. From here take state road SS 77 to the Sanctuary of Loreto and then descend to the sea at ​​Scossicci, and you can return to the starting point along the seafront See the route map ›
Percorso “I Paesaggi di Leopardi”
Percorso “Tra Mare e Collina”

“Between sea and hill” route

Km

62

Category

MTB
Discover every aspect of the Conero Riviera, starting from the sea until you get to enjoy the magnificent panorama of the Adriatic coast from the hills! See the route map ›
Percorso “Tra Mare e Collina”
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