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Ferries Pesaro

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
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Pesaro is a port city located in the Marche region along the Adriatic Sea. It blends green headlands and long shorelines of white sandy beaches.

The city was founded by the Romans and several occupations followed.
During the Renaissance, the city of Pesaro experienced its economic, commercial and architectural bloom.

In the 15ᵉ century, city life was mainly related to port activities, and at that time Pesaro was one of the most important ports on the Adriatic along with Ancona and Ravenna.

The Foglia River is the waterway that enabled the creation of the port. It is a canal port at the mouth of the river.

The port of Pesaro is mainly used for fishing and trade.
The port area consists of two parallel docks and also serves as a terminal for passenger ferries and cruise ships.

For your basic needs, the Pesaro ferry passenger terminal includes an information desk and luggage storage.

The city center is close to the Pesaro ferry terminal, so you can find all the services you need: gas stations, bars and restaurants, supermarkets and stores, and free and paid parking.

There are ferry connections to and from Pesaro with Croatia and the ports of Lošinj and Novalja.
The shipping company that operates these ferry connections is Righetti Navi. The connections operate in the high season months, so from May to October.

In the proximity of the port you can find many services such as markets, newsstands, toilets, ticket offices, info points, gas stations, various stores and boutiques, bars and restaurants.

Pesaro ferries Port's services

Pesaro has a city center filled with elegant streets, providing a special atmosphere. A visit to the city is a continuous discovery of museums, churches, fortresses, and palaces. 

Pesaro is a city rich in history and art. The historic center, shaped like a Roman cross, preserves Roman remains, medieval walls and Renaissance palaces.

The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is the city's ancient religious building.
Take time to visit Palazzo Mosca, the residence of a wealthy merchant family and a meeting place for great intellectuals and aristocrats in the 17th century. The palace houses the Musei Civici, the Pinacoteca and the Museo della Ceramica.

Pesaro is also the birthplace of Gioacchino Rossini, a celebrated musician whose house has been turned into a museum in which you can review his history and life.

Pesaro is also a popular tourist destination and is known as the city of cycling and music.
Don't waste time and take a bike ride, as Pesaro has the most extensive network of bike paths in Italy.

Of course, it is also a beach destination; more than 7 kilometers of coastline are at your disposal, from sandy beaches to fully equipped resorts. You can choose between beaches overlooking the sea (Baia di Vallugola) or long stretches of sand with shallow waters (Chalet a Mare). Many of them receive the “Blue Flag” seal of approval every year.

Stroll through the park at Piazzale delle Libertà. Here you can admire one of the symbols of the city: “the Big Sphere, a sphere-shaped metal sculpture representing the union between man and nature.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Calata Caio Duilio, 61121 Pesaro PU

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 43°55'23.5"N Longitude 12°54'24.5"E

By car you will have to take the A14 highway with the Pesaro-Urbino exit. By train, the train station is about 2km from the port; you can reach it on foot or with the available cab service. 

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