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Pesaro is the capital of Pesaro e Urbino Province in Le Marche region and sits on the Adriatic sea, 32 km south of Rimini.
Located on the East Italian coast, Le Marche is for many the most picturesque region in Italy. The area offers all the best aspects of Italian lifestyle and tradition.
The most well known city of the area is Ancona, which is often the first destination travellers arrive at. A little south of Ancona you can find the unspoiled nature reserve Monte Conero and the so-called Riviera del Conero, which is the coastal area around Portonovo.
Le Marche is a particularly multifaceted part in Central Italy with beautiful mountains and white sandy beaches on the Adriatic Sea. The mostly untouched natural environment in the National Reserve is protected by the WWF and offer an amazing experience for hikers. The gently rolling hills of Piceno are covered in vineyards and orchards, whose farmhouses offer genuine tastes of the past.

If you want to do some exploring then you should start at Piazza del Popolo to see the Palazzo Ducale, a 15th century structure with a magnificent fa├žade.
The Ceramic Museum displays items from as far back as the 14th century and majolica tiles.
In the Pinacoteca see works by Bellini, Guido Reni and Vitale da Bologna.
The Oliverian Archeological Museum is housed in the 17th century Palazzo Americi & the picturesque Rocca Costanza castle was built by Costanzo I Sforza in the 15th century and has four cylindrical towers. You can also see the Villa Imperiale of Pesaro, an opulent palace and Musei Civici di Palazzo Mosca which holds the Pesaro Altarpiece by Giovanni Bellini.
The Cathedral of Pesaro was built and rebuilt from the 5th to 14th century. Pesaro has a number of churches worth visiting like the Church of the Maternita; Santissima Annunziata and the Oratory of the Nome di Dio. There is also an extensive network of bicycle paths and the highest bicycle use in Italy. Composer Gioacchino Rossini was born in Pesaro and you can visit his House Museum or the annual Rossini Opera Festival.

Situated right on the beachfront in Pesaro, the Nautilus Family Hotel offers rooms with balcony less than 2 km from the city centre with a heated outdoor pool and restaurant.
Entertainment for adults and children is provided in the summer. Guests can enjoy a strictly limited number of discounted rates at Wow Holidayz.
Every room has air conditioning, minibar and WiFi. The private bathroom includes a bath or shower, hairdryer and toiletries.

The Nautilus Family Hotel restaurant has amazing sea views and offers local and international dishes prepared using local products with gluten-free options are also available.
The Nautilus Family Hotel is able to attend you in any language.

OUTDOORS
Beachfront, Terrace, Garden, Outdoor Pool (seasonal)

ACTIVITIES
Evening entertainment, Kids’ club, Entertainment staff, Cycling, Bicycle rental (additional charge), Children’s playground

FOOD & DRINK
Special diet menus (on request), Restaurant (buffet), Bar

GENERAL
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
Free WiFi, Air conditioning, Lift, Family rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Non-smoking rooms, 24-hour front desk