We went during the summer, so it was packed with people, most of them locals or national tourists. It is a small beach, but is very beautiful. The water is cristal clear. The sand is a bit rocky so I recommend you wear water shoes.
We spent a day on this beach in July '16. We paid 22€ for a lift to/from the hotel, two seats and a parasol. There is one shop selling snacks and drinks (at reasonable prices).The beach was jam packed (as expected). The beach itself was a let-down nevertheless. It is billed as mixed sand/pebbles, but forget it. These are sharp... 更多
Though the beach is not very wide and consists mainly of pebbles, it is very popular with locals and tourists alike. During summer months it can be crowded and access between 7-19 can only be done with the local bus. (Outside of the hours you can access by car). Alternatively you can make use or the navettes, local minibuses operated... 更多
We live in Umbria and drove over for a sunny Sunday adventure in Le Marche. We found it in Sirolo! Really loved the pebbled beach more than sand. All sizes of pebbles and close to the water fine pebbles like sand. Nice place to build cairns...and beachcomb for pebbles to take home. Long walk down on uneven steps, but what... 更多
These are the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic coast. Access is difficult, down very steep cliffs. A local bus drives back and forth every half hour from Sirolo, but the last steep part one has to climb down or up (unless one takes a boat). Ristorante Da Silvio also provides transportation, only for guests of their premises. San Michele... 更多
Lovely beach, however: definitely NOT for those with mobility problems or with babies in buggies, there are 126 uneven steps to the beach from the left staircase or 202 steep but more even steps on the right handside - you choose but either way if you do it under the midday sun or with high temperatures (it was 37 degrees... 更多