Fano [ˈfaːno] is a town and comune of the province of Pesaro and Urbino in the Marche region of Italy. It is a beach resort 12 kilometres (7 miles) southeast of Pesaro, located where the Via Flaminia reaches the Adriatic Sea. It is the third city in the region by population after Ancona and Pesaro.
Things to do in Fano
4 based on 926 reviews
Although it can be very busy in august, this place is always a must during a visit in the Marche. Fantastic staff, great location and best quality food. Not cheap, but also not extremely expensive. Early this year a lot of mosquito's but somhow they managed to get rid of these bugs in august.
4.5 based on 517 reviews
Maximum Dionysius, owner and chef of the restaurant The Cuciniere Fano, enjoying a very strong experience behind around the world, including Monte Carlo, Imola and New York. In his career he can boast experience in restaurants of international caliber like the Restaurant Du Port in the Principality of Monaco, the San Domenico restaurant in Manhattan and many others around the world. Massimo's talent is now transforming into a kitchen able to amaze with original proposals, all based on the ground floor kitchen and meat: in the menu are, in fact, kangaroo meat coming from the state of Queensland - Australia - one of the areas with the low environmental pollution in the world; Then bison meat, but also in addition to the Cinta Senese pig sliced from Marchigiana cattle beef.
This is a small, unpretentious place serving delicious food, specializing in meat dishes. We booked a table here based on the solid reviews on Trip Advisor and the recommendation of our hotel concierge and we were not disappointed. After traveling down the coast and feasting on mostly fish and seafood, it was a treat to indulge ourselves in the well prepared meat selections.
We also enjoyed speaking to the owner/chef who had spent time cooking at one of New York City's finer Italian restaurants (so, yes - English is spoken here!)
4.5 based on 234 reviews
We ate a pre-arranged meal with a small bicycle tour group (16 persons). The restaurant is elegant and the service very professional. The quality and variety of seafood choices was very impressive. Local items and regional styles of preparation are well represented.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
So - this is the second time here and somehow it's just gotten better. The family run hotel is simple but clean and has everything you'd wish for - what make it stand out is the restaurant. This is classical Italian fish based dining at it's best . From the moment you walk in the door and are greeted by Silvia ( the daughter) until you arrive in the restaurant , you are treated as a member of the family - Gerioni the chef ( and mother) came out to reception to discuss with me what I wanted to eat and what was in season, nothing was too much trouble! ,Once those decisions were made , Flavioni ( father ) the head waiter/sommelier delivered his wine of recommendation - trust me it was good! This is a restaurant that delivers exceptional food with a wine list that exceeds all expectations! Definitely going to make sure I enjoy this place every time I'm anywhere near!!!!!
4 based on 754 reviews
This was our fourth visit to Bella Napoli and we enjoy it every time. My wife has the vongole marinara (clams in broth) every time but and this time I had Polipo (octopus) al zucchine ( it was heaven). I had maltagliata al scolgio (house-made...MoreGrazie!!
4.5 based on 355 reviews
Ristorante Pizzeria che offre ai propri clienti piatti di pesce, carne e pizze cotte nel forno a legna.
This spacious restaurant serves traditional italian dishes and pizza, using good quality ingredients. The specials of the day are always good value. There are vegetarian and gluten free pizzas and other dishes. Lots of attention to detail in presentation and service. A reliable place for an full evening meal or a quick pizza with friends.
4.5 based on 520 reviews
Ristorante California is the most unlikely of restaurants--a warm, accommodating place on the ground floor of what appears to be a derelict hotel. Ignore the rest of the building. Get an outside table if you can. Primi are incredible, as long as they involve pasta. Risotto was ok, but not on the same level. Try the octopus (polippo) and potato appetizer. Grilled and fried fish secondi are perfect. Share--the plates are big, and they expect a group to share. The marchigiani are famous for their hospitality, and this doesn't disappoint. Gentle prices; the house white is fine. Make sure you get the pistachio liqueur at the end.
4.5 based on 216 reviews
We eat here regularly. Although the restaurant is in a hotel with a rather uninteresting decor, the atmosphere is good as the staff are wonderfully welcoming, genuine, efficient and fun. The menu is mainly fish; there's homemade pasta with some more unusual sauces; the antipasti is a lunch in itself; all appetites are catered for willingly - you can have huge "full power" or normal or shared portions. There is always fresh fish, just ask what's in today. A bottle of very quaffable house wine is local and reasonably priced. When the bill comes you'll be really pleasantly surprised. Value for money compared to many other places in Fano, where you can pay twice as much for standard frozen fish dishes and poor service.
4.5 based on 361 reviews
Arrived quite late here with our two grandsons and it was a very good experience. Very warm and friendly welcome, prompt service and delicious food.
The mixed hot and cold starter was as good as ever, the following pastas were so good, local wine and very good value.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
We were lucky to find this restaurant on the beach not far from the hotel we have stayed in.The food is brilliand and very tasty. The stuff is really-really kind and friendly.
I can just suggest this restaurant to everybody who wants to taste the real italian food and kindness. I hope we can return next year.
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