This wild and lonely bayis regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in Italyand represents the symbol of the Conero Riviera. It is named after the two twin stacks emerging from the crystal-clear water – when viewed from the north, they resemble two praying nuns. his service-free public beach features an expanse of pebbles, gravel and rock, and it is framed by vertical cliffs overlooking the sea. Indeed, nature is the master here. The crystal-clear water is great for snorkelling.
Only accessible by sea:
- – by ferry service (summer only) departing from San Michele Beach, Port of Numana and Marcelli Beach (Numana);
- – by kayak, SUP and small boats that can be rented from bathing establishments at Urbani Beach and San Michele Beach.
PLEASE NOTE: TRANSIT THROUGH PASSO DEL LUPO TRAIL IS FORBIDDEN.