Pesaro Ferry Port
Pesaro is a small town on the north east coast of Italy, bordering the Adriatic Sea. The ferry routes departing the port link Italy to Croatia, with several weekly crossings to the Croatian east coast, lasting between three and six hours.
What is there to do in Pesaro?
Predominantly known as a holiday destination for those looking to top up a tan next to the crystal blue waters, Pesaro is perhaps hard done by with its reputation as purely a beach holiday town. The skyline is overwhelmed with towering hotels swarmed with tourists from all over Europe, yet if you delve a little deeper into the town you’ll find a lot to enjoy. The old town is an idyll lined with charming buildings and quaint cafes – the perfect place to spend a relaxed afternoon underneath the Mediterranean sun. Anyone with a penchant for history should head to Castello di Fiorenzuola di Focara and Villino Ruggeri to embrace Italy’s architectural history.
The most striking aspect of Pesaro’s landscape is the contrast between the ancient feel of the old town engulfed by the vast, green mountainside. The challenging yet achievable walking trails scattered around the island lend themselves to an early morning stroll before the temperature becomes particularly warm. After a tiring day exploring the land, head to one of the fine quality restaurants serving delicious sea food fresh from the waters.
How do you get around Pesaro?
There is a bus service in operation around the city, though considering the picturesque surroundings many choose to walk around the town.