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Riviera del Conero e Colli dell'Infinito

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Private Traditional Wooden Boat Tour with Lunch in Numana
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Private Traditional Wooden Boat Tour with Lunch in Numana

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Why choose us? Because no other boat in Numana can offer the same tailor-made and authentic sailing experience, without sacrificing comforts, like cushy seats, food, music, and a freshwater shower. This is both an old-fashioned and classy choice for an unforgettable tour.<br><br>Our boat can accommodate up to 6 passengers, which means that every trip will be intimate and planned according to your own desires. We will be free to look for the quietest spot to drop anchor, away from the most populated beaches. Along the way you'll be able to see how a traditional sailing boat is rigged and manoeuvred, and if you want you'll be able to try your hand at the helm.<br><br>It will be my concern to make sure that you will fondly remember your time with us for years to come. It's the little things that turn a generic boat trip into an experience to treasure. It's not just what you see: it's how you experience it that matters.
$113.22 per adult
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Leigh T wrote a review Jun 2019
Austin, Texas12 contributions1 helpful vote
This section of the Adriatic Riviera is packed with locals who come to enjoy one of the more rugged and naturally stunning spots in Italy. The beaches and hiking spots are not for the faint-hearted but pay off your walking and exercising efforts with stunning views, gorgeous water and delicious seafood served by excellent staff. If you want immersion for your language skills, for relaxing like an Italian or for the food this is the place to be. The towns of Sirolo, Humana and Marcelli are strung out like jewels along the eastern coast. With some persistence we figured out the village bus systems, which bar owners were most likely to allow impromptu dance parties and the less traveled paths to the beaches. For an extra relaxing day, pack up your beach bag and take the ferry ride over to Due Sorelle beach - its less crowded and more primitive but well worth the ticket.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ariadni D wrote a review Aug 2018
Copenhagen, Denmark16 contributions8 helpful votes
The beach was really nice. Crouded but after 18:00 in the afternoon it was calm with less people. The sea was clean but the beach had a lot of plastic. It was nice for a relaxing afternoon and listening to the sound of waves.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Andrea D wrote a review Jul 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina116 contributions26 helpful votes
Amazing views, great weather (June), colourful small houses and boutiques combined with the views of the Cornero and some of the beautifuk beaches such as Sirolo's are fantastic experiences. I highly recommend tbis area of the Adriatic riviera considering the considerable offer of quint B&Bs in the area.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Mikey wrote a review Sep 2017
England, United Kingdom188 contributions435 helpful votes
Stunning scenery, beautiful blue sea, one of the best beaches I have ever been to, even though it was extremely crowded in August. Swimming in the sea during the hottest heatwave I have ever witnessed was an absolute delight!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Alex F wrote a review Aug 2017
Siena, Italy241 contributions50 helpful votes
Conero may give you astonishing sceneries and panoramas, but you should be prepared for hikes and rocky paths. Bad points: expensive car parks.... In some cases sea sides are accessible via mini bus and a short walk. Otherwise you can walk along various paths to reach your destination.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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