10 Things to Do in Province of Pesaro and Urbino That You Shouldn't Miss

December 25, 2017 Augustus Redeker

Province of Pesaro and Urbino in Italy, from Europe region, is best know for Farms. Discover best things to do in Province of Pesaro and Urbino with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Province of Pesaro and Urbino

1. Azienda Agraria Guerrieri

Via San Filippo 24, 61038 Piagge, Italy +39 0721 890152
Excellent
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5 based on 167 reviews

Azienda Agraria Guerrieri

In the green hills, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, our Farm is pleased to welcome you. Since 5 generations we produce wine, extra virgin olive oil and Artisian Pasta.In our farm shop is possible every day to make guided tasting of all our own products and buy at at favourable prices.The tastings are completely free.We organize Free Guided Farm tours.

Reviewed By Madiba69 - Deventer, The Netherlands

Absolutely worthwhile to pay a visit to this azienda and to taste the vinicultural heritage of the Guerrieri family. It was a pleasure to see and listen to the inspiration of Alberto and the pride of his father. True ambasadors of Italian agriculture and fair...MoreThank you soo much for your nice feedback!! We hope to see you soon back in our farm. Alberto

2. Oratorio di San Giovanni Battista

Via Federico Barocci 31, 61029 Urbino, Italy +39 0722 910259
Excellent
72%
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4.5 based on 442 reviews

Oratorio di San Giovanni Battista

Reviewed By valnowell - Nantwich, United Kingdom

The frescoes by the Salimbeni brothers of the Crucifixion and the life of John the Baptist have great charm and character. Notwithstanding the solemnity of the religious episodes and themes portrayed, they convey a wonderful sense of early fifteenth century life through their detailed observations of ordinary people. Wherever you look, you will find interesting details - children fighting, dogs licking themselves, men sporting the most outrageously fashionable hats, locals quaffing wine whilst John the Baptist is preaching and baptising.The Salimbeni may have been paid to paint great religious scenes, but they could not resist also painting what they saw around them. There is something very accessible about these frescoes and for images which are six hundred years old they have a life and vitality which is still heartwarming today.

3. Bagni Zona 26

Lungomare C. Colombo, Gabicce Mare, Italy +39 338 129 2807
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4.5 based on 144 reviews

Bagni Zona 26

Reviewed By Julietta091 - Birmingham, United Kingdom

All the Beaches in this area are well kept, with beds and umbrellas, plus childrens activities. The sea is clean and safe

4. Museo dei Bronzi Dorati della Citta di Pergola

L.go San Giacomo, Pergola, Italy +39 0721 734090
Excellent
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4.5 based on 130 reviews

Museo dei Bronzi Dorati della Citta di Pergola

Reviewed By jeffreyshapiro - Belgrade, Montana

This exhibit is in a room of it's own, temperature controlled and light censored.
These Life size figures are something to see. Gilded Bronze the horses and riders.
These were found not long ago as a farmer was digging to cultivate his land for planting and building another barn.
What a surprise!!!!!!
This is certainly one exhibit you will never see anywhere else in the world.

5. Castello di Gradara

Piazza Cinque Novembre 1, 61012 Gradara, Italy +39 0541 964115
Excellent
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Castello di Gradara

Reviewed By AnnArborMHT - Genoa, Italy

This makes a great day trip from Pesaro. My husband loves Pesaro's Beaches, I want activities, so I took bus #130 from the bus/train station in Pesaro, about one hour which drops passengers off right at Castello di Gradara's parking lot. Walk straight up hill 5 minutes and you are there! (return to Pesaro on bus #131, same location as drop off)
The Castello has excellent signage in English and Italian, plus tours are offered, but I enjoyed just strolling on my own. It has been beautifully restored and contains paintings, furniture and lots of history. Even the infamous Borgia family had a member living there ... Lucrezia stayed here two years before her husband had the marriage annulled!
The Castello had a small gift shop, clean bathrooms and lockers. Wear good shoes, steep stone streets can be slippery. Lots of small restaurants and boutique shops perched on the hill for a couple of hours of enjoyment. Well worth the view alone!

6. Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

Fiorenzuola di Focara, Pesaro, Italy +39 0721 400858
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4.5 based on 504 reviews

Parco Naturale Monte San Bartolo

Reviewed By Frank v - Maarn, The Netherlands

We got more than we expected. A long winding road, lots of places you can stop for a view into the country but even better over the sea. There are some small villages where you can stop for a drink or more for a fair price.

7. Arco di Augusto

Via Arco di Augusto, Fano, Italy
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4.5 based on 290 reviews

Arco di Augusto

Reviewed By Marina0803 - Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

It can't be called a main sight of Fano , nevertheless it's marvellous as it reminds of old city fortress. We either started or finished our walks along the downtown streets at this point.

8. Castello di Fiorenzuola di Focara

61121 Fiorenzuola di Focara, Pesaro, Italy
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4.5 based on 104 reviews

Castello di Fiorenzuola di Focara

Reviewed By Peter T - Utrecht Province, The Netherlands

Beautiful little town with astonishing view on the Adriatic. From Fiorenzuola del Focara it is possible to take a steep walk down (30 min appr.) to one of the few regional Beaches still unspoiled by tourism.

9. Monastero di Fonte Avellana

Via Fonte Avellana 1, 61040 Serra Sant'Abbondio, Italy +39 0721 730261
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4.5 based on 184 reviews

Monastero di Fonte Avellana

Reviewed By SarahR2015KY - Pergola, Italy

It is a Roman Catholic hermitage in Serra Sant'Abbondio in the Marche. I visited the church and the monastery and i also eated a fantastic lunch innthe restaurant of the heremits.

10. Chiesa dei Morti

Via F. Ugolini, 61049 Urbania, Italy +39 349 819 5469
Excellent
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4.5 based on 282 reviews

Chiesa dei Morti

Reviewed By Stockholmer_67 - Stockholm, Sweden

This is a mysterious sight. Having read so much about it before, we were a little tad disappointed when we got there (nearly missed it, because it closes in the middle of the day). It could be so much more. The church is not particularly well kept and a bit messy. The mummies are fascinating and scary if a bit dusty and worn.
Worth a visit if you are in the area.

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