Monte Conero. #itravelinitaly Photo by Giuseppe Baldassarri — National Geographic Your Shot


Monte Conero, beautiful and majestic every season, in winter protects us from the cold northern winds that cause disturbances, creating a mild microclimate throughout the year.
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Nice to see it from the sea, as it protrudes this promontory in the Riviera, with fascinating beaches of different kinds, white stones, black stones, sand, gravel.
It is easy to make a trip from the sea to see the 2 Sisters, two peaks on the sea, and it is easy to make excursions on the mountain, to enjoy the view.
Climbing up the mountain there is Sirolo with its fantastic views, below there is numana with its port, from the opposite side to the north, above the wind, there is Portonovo a beautiful bay. I do not know what to say, the alleys of these villages full of very beautiful constructions, with breathtaking views, in continuous ups and downs. Simply Monte Conero.

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I want a house facing the sea. #itravelinitaly


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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To hear the rumor of the sea continuously. join me in my sleep, at lunch, dinner, and breakfast.
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Avenue on the sea of Porto Recanati. #itravelinitaly


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Porto Recanati

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.

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Seagulls. #landscapes


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Seagulls, that day in Porto Recanati was cold with a lot of wind, typical in February at Monte Conero, wind from the North East. I enjoyed watching and photographing seagulls flying over the waves.

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Today, Brodetto.


Brodetto and Marche seafood tradition.
The sea off the Marche coast is especially rich with crustaceans and all types of squid, shrimps and cuttlefish.
‘Brodetto’ is the most typical and, as the name suggests, is a type of soup made from the left overs and unwanted scraps that couldn’t be sold in the market. Traditionally, it was the daily meal for many workers in the ports and was considered a complete meal.

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