7 things to do on holiday in Le Marche with kids: discovering Pesaro

If you’re staying in our holiday home Ca’ Princivalle, you can’t miss out on the best that this province in Le Marche has to offer—a perfect mix of adventure, culture, and relaxation. And even more so in 2024, the year Pesaro is the Italian Capital of Culture! Here’s a guide just for you!

  1. Child-Friendly Beaches

From the countryside surrounding our farmhouse, it’s very easy to reach Pesaro’s beach, ideal for families. Golden sand, shallow and clean waters, and children’s play areas make Baia Flaminia a paradise not only for the little ones but also a pet-friendly place to enjoy the beach with furry friends.

  1. Monte San Bartolo Natural Park

Venture outside the city to explore Monte San Bartolo, a cliff that descends to the beach, both sandy and rocky in parts. With easy trails for family walks, you can enjoy a day outdoors, admiring breathtaking landscapes and perhaps, if you’re lucky, spotting a curious fox. It’s an educational and fun experience for kids.

  1. The Magic of the Experimental Theatre

As the Italian Capital of Culture, Pesaro2024 boasts a rich cultural program, including performances specially designed for children. The Experimental Theatre organizes events and creative workshops during the summer that will enchant and engage your children.

  1. Villa Imperiale: A Dive into History

For a living history lesson, visit the Villa Imperiale in Pesaro. It offers guided tours (every Wednesday, and the gardens on Saturdays. Info: Isairon) that tell the story in an engaging and interactive way, perfect for sparking children’s curiosity.

  1. At the Table: Local Flavors for Young Palates

Don’t forget to taste the local cuisine at one of the many family trattorias. Dishes like passatelli in broth, piadina romagnola, and artisanal ice creams will delight the palates of both adults and children.

  1. Adventures at the Cattolica Aquarium

Just a few kilometers from Pesaro, the Cattolica Aquarium is a must-see experience. With four thematic routes, it offers the opportunity to discover the marine world and its inhabitants, educating children about environmental respect.

  1. Gradara Castle: A Journey into the Middle Ages

Conclude your adventure by visiting Gradara Castle, the setting of stories and legends. The child-friendly guided tours will transport you back in time, into a magical atmosphere.

Pesaro and its surroundings are a treasure trove of experiences just waiting to be discovered. Get ready for a vacation that your children will remember forever. And remember: adventure is just around the corner, you just have to know where to look!