Pesaro, between teo hills, overlooks the Adriatic. The city seaside is divided into four areas: the eastern beach, the western beach, the Flaminia Bay and the free beach. The eastern and western beaches are fully equipped and feature most of the tourist facilities. The Flaminia Bay, at the foot of the hill of San Bartolo, is at the north end of the city, which also features hotels and outfitted beach areas.There are wide free beaches to the south, under the hill of Ardizio. Pesaro is one of the top three Italian localities awarded for the high quality of its environment, confirming the city's inclination for family-style tourism and its spontaneous, natural sense of hospitality
Charming Pesaro has the sea in front of it and splendid hills at its back, and it is just minutes from some of the most enchanting inland areas of central Italy. You'll find the rolling countryside portrayed in the paintings of Piero della Francesca and Bellini, as well as an abundance of perfectly preserved and still-inhabited ancient towns and historic districts. Just to mention a few examples, there are the magnificent castles of Novilara, Candelara, Ginestreto and Fiorenzuola di Focata. The latter, located inside San Bartolo Natural Park, is set high over a sheer drop to the sea. The others, located further inland, are stunning and panoramic terraces, which the noble families of the past chose as the site to build true architectural gems.