About Gradara

Gradara village is located in Pesaro e Urbino Italy, and famous for its magnificent mountain scenery and turquoise waters of an incredible deep color! It seems that nature created it for one purpose - to make your vacation unforgettable!

Kids friendly
Very good
8.7
Beach resort • Easy access • Bright sand • Small free area • Very crowded • Distant parking
7.3 Amenities index
Senior friendly
Very good
8.7
Beach resort • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise water • Small free area • Very crowded
6.8 Amenities index
Senior friendly

Baia Flaminia

Pesaro 2.1 km
Very good
8.4
Large free area • Beach resort • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise water • Crowded in season
6.8 Amenities index
Kids friendly

Pesaro beach II

Pesaro 1.3 km
Very good
8.4
Beach resort • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise water • Small free area • Crowded in season
7.8 Amenities index
Kids friendly

Spiaggia Gabicce Mare

Gabicce Mare 0.7 km
Very good
8.4
Beach resort • Easy access • Bright sand • Small free area • Very crowded • Distant parking
7.3 Amenities index
Kids friendly

Riccione beach

Riccione 1.9 km
Very good
8.3
Beach resort • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise water • Small free area • Crowded in season
8.3 Amenities index

Resting by the sea for each traveler is associated with different activities. Someone loves complete relaxation and silence, while others need activity. Our configurator will always help you choose a beach that meets your personal needs.

If a beach holiday for you is primarily the sound of the surf, the cries of seagulls over the pier and leisurely walks along the coast, then you are definitely a fan of calm beaches. The most popular beaches for such a holiday in the vicinity of Gradara are Riviera Romagnola beach, Cattolica Beach, Baia Flaminia.

Family beach lovers will also be able to find a place to their liking here, as there are approximately 9 places in Gradara that are convenient for comfortable rest with children. Beaches for young tourists usually have relatively easy access, the beach surface is suitable for delicate children's feet, and of course, a gradual entry into the water without sudden drops. There is something for everyone to choose from, and we are sure you will find a beach to your liking!

The list of available beach activities is certainly important, but for many travelers it is not a determining factor when choosing a vacation spot. Below you will find some information about the natural features of the beaches of Gradara, we hope that this information will help you find the place of your dreams.

The beaches of village are mainly wide. According to reviews of major beach experts and vacationers, most beaches have a high level of cleanliness. Fine sandy beaches dominate the rest!

Usually, the depth increases very smoothly. If this is important to you, always use our filter to check for a particular beach.

4 out of 16 beaches in Gradara are partially protected from waves. These protections can be natural or man-made structures. If you're visiting the area during unstable weather, we recommend carefully choosing a place to swim, as high waves may not always be safe. Our filter can help you find a suitable beach.

Latest reviews on Gradara's beaches

Fiorenzuola di Focara II
9 Michele Caliari

One of the few beaches that allows naturism in Italy. There are no services, umbrellas, deck chairs and to access them you have to take the road from the center of the village with a certain difference in height, therefore, it is important to bring plenty of water with you. Unfortunately, not all patrons know how to take advantage of the experience of total immersion in nature,

Riccione beach
10 Sam Rivers

This beach on the Riccionese coast is one of the most stunning and well-equipped. The staff and owner are incredibly helpful and kind, especially Michele, who goes above and beyond to meet every need. It's no wonder they deserve a well-earned five-star rating. Congratulations!

Pesaro beach III
6 Kieran Locke

very basic beach

Spiaggia di Fiorenzuola di Focara
9 Michele Caliari

The beach, a few kilometers long, can be reached ONLY on foot along the road that starts from the square of Fiorenzuola di Focara (since there is a "certain" difference in height, the descent takes 15-20 minutes, the climb at least 10-15 minutes more). In high season some nice guys offer a "street food" service and sunbed rental; otherwise do not forget to bring umbrella, food and plenty of water (along the road you will find two fountains). Towards south-Pesaro the beach ends with rocks and stones (you can continue on foot with shoes suitable for trekking). The last 300/400 meters to the north are the wildest and little frequented: here, therefore, it has been "clothing optional" for several years; if you reach it, a certain tolerance is required towards those who immerse themselves in nature in complete freedom; If you (and / or your minor children) think to scandalize you, have patience and do not go up to the northern limit of the beach (on the left if facing the sea and with the mountains behind) ... eventually, if you want a nice experience immersed in nature, go there after putting the bikini / swimsuit in your bag (highly recommended as a very effective natural therapy against stress and in full respect of the pristine park ...). The beach is also great for taking photographs and / or videos; I would strongly advise you to always ask for the consent of those present, especially in this "free" area, respecting those who fully immerse themselves in the beautiful unspoiled nature. After the "natur" area, you can reach the bay of Vallugola only with suitable shoes, along a fairly challenging path.

Riviera Romagnola beach
10 Lorenzo Marchesi

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Cattolica Beach
10 Renato Bianchi

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The warmest month during the year in this area is August, with the air temperature rising up to 26.9°C and the water temperature up to 27.4°C. The coldest month is January, with the air temperature dropping down to 9.1°C and the water temperature down to 10.8°C.