Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo
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Beautiful coastal park with stunning sea views all over. little villages full of character shops and cafe's. sit and have a drink and food with stunning coastal views as you eat. roads are narrow but navigable with care. well worth the visit.
National park stretching along the coastal cliffs between Pesaro in south to Gabicce Mare in north. Hike down to secluded beaches. Drive the panoramic road and dine at seafood restaurants. Gibas is our favourite.
A great place for walking, cycling, trekking and enjoying the breathtaking panoramas of the coastline and the countryside. Valentino Rossi learned how to drive among these curves :)
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“Patrimonio dell'umanità UNESCO uno dei centri più importanti del Rinascimento italiano. Urbino is situated between the valleys of Metauro and Foglia rivers. Its historic centre now boasts the honour of being included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It is birthplace of two great artists, Bramante and Raphael. In the second half of the 15th century its windy hill was the setting for one of the most illustrious courts in Europe. Duke Federico Montefeltro gathered around him the greatest painters, poets and scholars of his day and housed them in one of Italy's most beautiful Renaissance palaces, that still stands as an eloquent memoria of this important Renaissance man.”
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