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Fano is a great town. Not at all touristy but still very interesting. Great historical center with wonderful Saturday market. Town built over ancient Roman town. Can see archeological digs. You can tell that this is a place where average Italians in Marche live. Great vibe. Easy bus trip to Urbino and other towns can be accessed via the train.
Beautiful hill town with a very interesting, and long history. Quite a surprise. Easy drive to the Le Marche hill towns. Relais Villa Fornari could be a destination just for the food. We will return!
You will not find many tourists in this lively town --- and that's what makes it such a wonderful experience. It felt like we were in the true "heart" of Italy, where we gained a real sense of Italian life. You won't hear much English spoken here; however, the people in this region are friendly and will not let language be a barrier. We will return to Marche someday and spend some more time in Fermo.
A nice beachside town on the Adriatic side of Italy in the Marche. We have a house outside Florence so we travel quite a bit around the countryside. Pesaro is nice in the summer to get away from the heat but there are smaller towns down the coast that are more peaceful and quiet with similar views of the Adriatic that I prefer. Old town is okay. Weekend market is always good. Food is comparable to many places. Overall, a little run down these days along the beachside walkway. I would recommend going further south down the coast (less expensive and it feels more like the Italian countryside -- helps to have a rental car).
Some people say that La Marche is more beautiful than Tuscany. I would say AS beautiful but in a different way. It is more compressed by the mountains and the sea, has fewer tourists and a character all it's own.
Senigallia is a beachside community on the Adriatic Sea in Le Marche region of eastern Italy. In the summer, the beaches are consumed with rows of private "clubs" that offer chairs, umbrellas, changing rooms, and showers to members or those that pay to enter. Along the boardwalk, there are shops and places to get snacks. The big downside is that you cannot easily see the water because of all of these beach clubs - they block the view of the sea if you're walking along the sidewalk. That was something I wasn't prepared for. The historic center of Senigallia is lovely - there is a lot of history here. Take time to visit the center because it's nothing like the beaches. It's rich with history, art, markets, nice architecture, churches. museums, and more. There is a train station in Senigallia for those who don't have a car. It's not far from the water. If you don't mind crowded and busy beaches then this is the place for you in the warmer months. If you prefer a quiet beach experience, then I don't think you would like the beaches of Senigallia. Instead, head for the historic center.
Beautiful town. The whole region of Marche is like a northern version of Tuscany. Beaches are gorgeous, hikes are tranquil. The sun does wonderful things with the clouds, many times the vistas look like paintings!
We just stayed over night prior to flying and are not in a position to comment on the town but Marche generally is an excellent holiday destination for those who prefer the Italian countryside at its best. We actually stayed at Amondola about 2 hours drive away and if you want a place off the beaten track it is superb. it is Italy for the Italians, with magnificent walks, great local cuisine. friendly people and stunning views of the mountains.
Most beautiful village in Le Marche! Thanks t ogot to see the famous Smerillo crevice. There are wonderful hiking trails and bling trails I win I were able to take. I enjoyed pizza at Le Fate in Smerillo. I love to just wander this beatific village of my an estors perhaps on the same streets they wandered
Quaint seaside town. In the vicinity of many great Marche towns like Loreto, Ascoli Piceno, San Benedetto del Tronto. Quiet and very relaxing community. Bike paths along the sea.
8.8 Excellent 36 reviews
A beautiful gem in Le Marche countryside- close to all the wonderful hilltop villages that are a must see. So glad a place like this has opened in this area. Sandra was a wonderful hostess and her hospitality superb!
9.1 Awesome 65 reviews
Fantastic family owners who make you feel truly welcome. Very good breakfast. Lovely location in the middle of the relatively unknown Le Marche.
9.4 Awesome 26 reviews
The whole set up is great and a good base to explore Marche.
9.2 Awesome 695 reviews
Lovely property and we had a room overlooking the beach. It is always nice to have a view of the water. Pesaro is a bit sleepy in off season, but the hotel was the nicest place we have stayed in a long time. (Usually we are at small B&Bs or apartments.) Huge breakfast spread, great staff who all seemed to speak English, although they allowed me to speak Italian.
8.8 Excellent 429 reviews
Can't fault a thing. The pool was beautiful and the location of the hotel with a sceneic backdrop. The breakfast was the usual Italian faire, but delicious with lots to choose from. The lunches and dinners were excellent! Especially the vegetarian buffet. Thank you Hotel Giardiano!
9.2 Awesome 564 reviews
Beautiful location. Unusual hotel with much character. All staff were courteous, well trained, and very pleasant. Dining experience was elegant and delicious. Our room was well appointed and comfortable. Truly a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Adriatic coast.
8.1 Very Good 311 reviews
The location was perfect, close still a bit outside the city center. Very good for families. And the free bike services was excellent!! We stayed in Italy for 3 weeks traveling around and this hotel had it all. Don’t miss out the Spa.
9.5 Exceptional 504 reviews
Great breakfast. Surprisingly nice spa. Super folks who run the place. Stunning tub in suite bath. Really appreciated the desk attendant who greeted us smiling "don't worry we have parking" and did valet services.
8.4 Very Good 1,287 reviews
Staff are always extremely courteous and professional. Location is terrific and avoids the congestion of trafffic parking when visiting Urbino. There is also a wonderful restaurant adjacent to Mamiami.
8.4 Very Good 539 reviews
You really can’t beat this location. When the surf is pounding you feel immersed in it. Staff is very accommodating. Not my first stay there. Certainly won’t be my last!
9.1 Awesome 47 reviews
Very friendly staff, seemed willing to help with anything! We had long days since we're building a house nearby and they made us feel at ease.
8.4 Very Good 1,582 reviews
The staff were very accommodating. They accommodated our over sized van, gave us a place to assemble our bicycles and we all loved the breakfast!
9.0 Awesome 297 reviews
Pretty property. Quiet. Views are wonderful. Food in restaurant was good. Staff friendly and professional. Looking forward to going back.
8.4 Very Good 1,703 reviews
Unbeatable price for a great location just a fee steps away from the sea and the Rotonda!
8.7 Excellent 150 reviews
Un posto incantevole. Camere ampie e confortevoli. Centro benessere stupendo!
9.1 Awesome 352 reviews
They had a lovely dining area and patio overlooking the water.
8.4 Very Good 2,033 reviews
Staffs are nice, the place is clean, the bed is comfortable.
9.0 Awesome 338 reviews
Very great view from the balcony, as it is on the beachside.
8.9 Excellent 436 reviews
The quality of service, the stuff very kind and helpfuly
7.5 Good 1,192 reviews
We enjoyed the hotel and its location.