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“The scenic path n. 2, also only up the "Passo del Lupo" and no further.”
Review of Parco del Conero

Parco del Conero
Ranked #2 of 19 things to do in Sirolo
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 27 April 2016

The path n. 2, as it appears on guidebooks, starts from Sirolo cemetery, reaches the "Passo del Lupo" (Wolf Pass), then drops steeply down to the beach so-called "Le due sorelle" (Two Sisters), which alludes to two white and sharp rocks, very similar, which are located by the sea, in one of the most scenic coast's locations.
Being by car, we have not properly identified the starting point; but we anyway ended up the path, we have traveled up to the "Passo del Lupo". We were not going to go any further, because the following path is described as difficult, equipped as "via ferrata", so not suitable for some of us, who suffer from fear of heights.
But even so (less than two hours round trip), the route was exciting. After the first section, where also the cars run (so a little annoying), the road turns to trail, then to path, with unobstructed views towards the coast south of the Monte Conero and the Sirolo village.
Finally, at the "Passo del Lupo" the view is overhanging on the rocks and the beach of "Le due sorelle"
Certainly in the area there are other scenic paths; but we have experienced this one, and we highly recommend it.
And if you have time and ability to walk also down the via ferrata, the enjoyment will - I guess - be even higher.

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Reviewed 1 September 2015

The Mount Conero Natural Reserve Regional Park is a unique ecological environment. You can enjoy one of the most beutiful coastal areas of the Adriatic Sea and at the same time stroll and hike in a natural mountain reserve that is overlooking the sea. Breathtaking views are common and part of your everyday excursions. Enjoy!

Thank Michelangelo C
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Reviewed 2 August 2015

One of the most fascinating areas - the sea is wonderful and all towns around deserve a visit . August is the very hghest peak of tourists

Thank kolya08
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Reviewed 29 July 2015 via mobile

We took the trail from the Hotel towards 'due Sorelle', and the experience was great! Very nice scenery over the clear blue sea and the paths were in quite good condition for a walk even in sandals. 1 1/2 year aged packed in the 'Manduca' on my back and 8 & 10 year old did the trail perfectly by foot. We took only a 90 minute walk but it was great. Free parking between 12.30-15.30 in front of the hotel gates.

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Reviewed 28 July 2015

We imagined this park was beautiful, judging by the photos. Unfortunately, it is unreachable unless you dedicate a lot of time to it. You can reach the Two Sisters rocky formation on the sea by boat only, they leave you there and pick you up a few hours later. No water or protection from the sun, of course. We could not find a boat trip that would let you see these beautiful rocky shore in an hour or so, it is only exploited as an unreachable beach. A pitty.

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