Sirolo is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Ancona in the Italian region of Marche. As of 28 February 2009 it had a population of 3,747 inhabitants and an area of 16.68 square kilometres (6.44 sq mi).
Restaurants in Sirolo
4.5 based on 816 reviews
La Riviera del Conero e Colli dell'Infinito è una Destinazione Turistica unica in tutto l'Adriatico, nel cuore dell'Italia e nel cuore delle Marche. #conero #alcentronelcuore The Conero Riviera: Central Italy... The Heart of Italy A territory found in the centre from all perspectives. Firstly it is in the centre of the Italy, but also in the centre of the Adriatic coast and the Marche region. This centrality is identified with the heart: a place of emotions, desires and passions. Welcome to the Conero Riviera!
4.5 based on 375 reviews
We imagined this park was beautiful, judging by the photos. Unfortunately, it is unreachable unless you dedicate a lot of time to it. You can reach the Two Sisters rocky formation on the sea by boat only, they leave you there and pick you up a few hours later. No water or protection from the sun, of course. We could not find a boat trip that would let you see these beautiful rocky shore in an hour or so, it is only exploited as an unreachable beach. A pitty.
4.5 based on 556 reviews
Wonderful place - water is like crystal - I suggest to booke the shuttlebus with one of the beahces to avoid the long walk from the park far above to the sea. Even better if you get there by the sea wih a boat (be careful of wind and tides)
4 based on 172 reviews
Sirolo is blessed with 3 or 4 beautiful nearby Beaches, though we only used this one.
Great shuttle bus service to various establishments, we always used Da Silvio.
Facilites include beach bar with wi-fi. Beaches are pebbles not sand which may be preferable to some.
Beautiful locatiion in a charming town. Whats not to like?
4 based on 214 reviews
We spent a couple of very happy days on this beach, which is just below Sirolo. There is a road, but you have to drive down early (before 10 at the latest) to get a parking spot ... the car park there is very small. Otherwise, there is a much bigger car park further up the same road towards the town (costs 1.10 euros an hour, so take change).
From Sirolo itself, and from the upper car park, it's a very steep walk down to, and up from, the beach. The path cuts through woodland, to make the walk more pleasant. Even though I'm pretty fit, I was puffing by the time we got back to the car.
The beach is of shingle, so it's a good idea to take water shoes if you want to go swimming. Otherwise it's ouch, ouch, ouch on the feet. To hire sun loungers and an umbrella costs 15 euros a day. The beach wasn't too busy when we were there, though I imagine it could get crowded in the height of summer.
The sea water was a beautiful blue and very clear ... though not particularly warm at the end of May. It's also quite shallow, and there were lots of young children happily playing in the shallows.
There are three restaurants on the beach, and another just up by the lower car park. You can also get drinks, snacks and ice-cream there.
All in all, a lovely place to relax.
4 based on 622 reviews
Sirolo has three main Beaches still in my opinion I sassi neri (meaning black stones ...but Peebles are mainly White) is the best . You can reach it using local small buses if you park outside the main entrance or you can be picked updirectly at the hotel from some of the beach establishments (in our case Silvio) as long as you then use their premises
the half moon shaped beach is a good kilometer long and with small sized Peebles. It is recommendable to wear shoes while taking a nice stroll along it . The arrival to the beach is a drive that looks more as a jump from the green nature of Conero's park into the sparking White of the beach and the deep Emerald of the sea . Once reached the beach (not adviceable for older people or for people with difficulties in moving ) you will be in a sort of peacefully enclave with sean and sky in front of you and the mediterranean fragrances coming down from the wood.
Services are well provided by the four five establishments there , with fair prices and good service . Sea gets quickly deep but provide resfreshing feeling for experienced swimmers .
Never too hot , due to its loaction sun goes down quite quickly in the afternoon.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Domina il profilo del paese balcone sul mare. Il campanile si staglia importante ed imponente e fa da faro a chi naviga le belle acque del Conero.
4 based on 27 reviews
Friendly welcome (excellent English spoken at the reception and in the pro shop).
We turned up and there was a 9 hole comp going off the first so they were more than happy for us to go off 10, rather than waiting half an hour and following the field.
An undulating Par 71, 5,629 metre course with some long uphill holes. Nice layout with four of the front nine holes set around a lake. The 5th is a doozy par 4, teeing off with water left and right and then hitting your second into an island green. The Greens were a bit slow but I think that was due to the fact that there had been a lot of rain the day before and hadn’t been cut.
Lovely club house and dining room where we had a very nice lunch, shame it didn’t look out over the course though.
4 based on 62 reviews
Nulla di particolare, ombrellone e due lettini 15 euro al giorno, unica pecca che in questa spiaggia c'è un solo gabinetto e rapportato alla gente è poco,c'è sempre coda.
5 based on 10 reviews
The TEATRO CORTESI of Sirolo is built right into the wall of the ancient village of Sirolo, overlooking the Adriatic sea. It was inaugurated in 1875 and restored in the early 1900s and then again in the 1980s. The acoustics are wonderful, the theater is like a little jewelry box, Especially pleasing is the decoration of the ceiling which has ten female figures dancing in octagonal boxes arranged in a circle around the central rosette, from which hangs a crystal chandelier . It seats 220 people!
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