Riviera del Conero, spiaggia delle due Sorelle. Foto © Sauro Strappato
If you are on holiday in the Conero Riviera you might have heard of the Two Sisters’ Beach, a magic place, situated on the slopes of the Conero Mount, where the wild green meets the crystal blue sea. Considered by many one of the most beautiful beaches in Italy, it has become the symbol of the Riviera. It got its name from two white rocks emerging from the water that seems identical in the distance thanks to a game of perspective. Crystal water, sand and white gravel characterise this cove immersed in completely untouched nature. We suggest you to go there in May, June or September because the beach is overcrowded and loses its charm in July or August. There are no bathing facilities on the beach.
HOW TO GET THERE
The beach is reachable only by sea. We suggest you to take a boat trip (obviously with Conero Fun Boat☺) that will let you admire even all the other hidden coves of the coast. Another solution is to rent a canoe or a SUP (Stand Up Paddle) near St. Michael beach (the nearest beach) and after a half hour of paddling you will see the twin rocks emerging from the sea. Once you get to the beach, a refreshing swim in crystalline water will make you feel regenerated!