Spiaggia dei Gabbiani (literally, “Seagulls beach”) is a charming cove that resembles a wild piece of paradise, which is perfect for nature lovers. This beach is located at the very point where the Conero promontory dives vertically into the sea and the white rocks of the cliffs sink into the intense blue of the Adriatic, resulting in a small beach of stones and pebbles.
With no service at all, this suggestive wild beach framed between Monte Conero and crystal-clear waters still features its natural characteristics, which gives this destination a unique charm.
Spiaggia dei Gabbiani is located next to the more popular Spiaggia dei Forni (literally, “Furnaces beach”). According to tradition, the latter once housed a cave where pirates would imprison their slaves. However, the mouth of the cave was closed by a cliff collapse at the beginning of the 20th century.
PLEASE NOTE: ACCESSO TO SPIAGGIA DEI GABBIANI IS PROHIBITED.