The Colors of Sirolo Make Me Happy

Just half an hour’s drive from Ancona is the beautiful coastal town of Sirolo. For over 2 decades, Sirolo’s beaches come under the European Blue Flag status -prisitine, clear, safe and gorgeous! Two of its most famous beaches, Spaggia Urbani and Due Sorelle, are most crowded in the summer and since I visited in May, summer season hadn’t officially started. So obviously I didn’t relish the waters up close but saw the beaches from the old town.

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Cute little store fronts

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A view of Sirolo


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Moody Blues

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These rooms were for rent

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View of Riviera Conero

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Lot of locals and few tourists

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Imagine it on a clear day

Sirolo as a town has a very beachy vibe with its piazza alive and kicking among colorful back streets. Walking around in the town and seeing it’s 11th century walls is really walking back in time. There are plenty of bars where a drink or caffe can be enjoyed with a view. Sirolo has a vibrant feel to it, even on a cloudy day!
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These colors make me happy!

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Have some Olive Ascolane

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Sirolo can be best reached by car


It is one of the places I would implore everyone to visit in Le Marche as it gives a break from the historic sites of Loreto and Recanati. Personally, Sirolo stands to be my favorite in Le Marche so far! Did you love it too??
Related Reading:
The Holy Town of Loreto
Medieval Fermo and it’s historic Sites
Numana: A Jewel of the Adriatic

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Ishita is an Indian Blogger who is in love with all things Italian. Every year, Ishita seek’s new experiences and destinations in Italy; from the southernmost tip of Sicilia to the Northern most parts of Piemonte.

Ishita works and lives in Delhi.

42 thoughts on “The Colors of Sirolo Make Me Happy

  1. Great photos, Ishita! I love those colors too. The colors here on the West Coast of Canada are so muted, conservative and lacking in individuality and flair. No comparison!

  2. It reminds me of a beautiful little English town I stayed in during June this year. So quaint and friendly, and yes, colourful too. Perhaps one day I will get to visit for myself. 🙂

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