There is one in our region: try to guess which beach.
The Guardian, the English tabloid which always curates very well its inserts “travel”, listed 40 of the best beaches in Europe some weeks ago. A suggestion for those who still don’t know when and where to go on vacation and of course 40 amazing destinations. Among these there are Portugal with the wonderful Algarve, Andalucia, the Peloponnese, Crete and Italy with Tuscany, Liguria, Sardinia and the Marches, too. As far as our region is concerned Fiorenzuola di Focara in the province of Pesaro and Urbino is mentioned.
Below is the presentation of The Guardian:
“This walled village, mentioned in Dante‘s Inferno, sits in the Parco Naturale del Monte San Bartolo, and its beach is a 20-minute walk down zigzagging paths. But it is worth the effort to reach this unspoilt mix of sand and shingle – cliffs behind and the Adriatic in front, the only buildings in sight the roofs of Fiorenzuola above. It has a DIY vibe unusual in Italy, with sunshades made from driftwood. The walk back up stokes appetites for dinner”
Here you can find the full article.