Pesaro: the Marche region for families, between history and nature

The elegant streets of an old town that still bears the marks of its past, including historic forts, palaces and museums, emerge along a coastline that has not forgotten the hospitality rules written in the sand at the beginning of the 1800s. Pesaro, with its quiet rhythms, is the emblem of a type of Italian tourism that sets itself apart from the noise and commotion of nearby Romagna, from which, however, it has borrowed the tradition and taste for hospitality. Seven kilometres of beaches, between natural areas and equipped coastline, in the shadow of the San Bartolo Park, represent the visiting card with which the city presents itself to families and sea and sports enthusiasts, clutching with pride the prestigious Blue Flag which it has been awarded several times.