Are you looking for information about Due Sorelle Beach? In our detailed and interesting article on the Conero Riviera we promised you an article dedicated to this magical place as soon as the first sun would came up.

We feel that the heat is coming and so here we are to tell you about one of the most special places of our Conero Riviera.

Read on to discover everything to know about these two white rocks, where they are, how to get there and especially how to enjoy them.


This white beach suspended between the Conero wild green and the blue sea is definitely one of the top places to visit if you are spending your holidays in the Conero Riviera even for few days.

It happened several times to talk with people and friends who came in Ancona but they never managed to get there for a lack of information.

This article, therefore, is born to prevent this from happening again.


Due Sorelle Beach is located in Sirolo. Looking at it from the sea it is exactly between the beautiful Sassi Neri Beach and the equally beautiful and almost always empty beach of Cava Davanzali.

Small aside you could be interested in: Cava Davanzali Beach is so named because here was the quarry to extract the white Conero stone. Traces of the train rails that reached the pier are still visible today.

The interesting thing to know, though, is that Due Sorelle Beach is not in any way (or almost) accessible by land, the only solution then, is by sea.


How to get to the beach is one of the most frequently asked questions, both on Lovely Ancona that when we are on the beach in Sirolo.

There would actually be a narrow road which, starting from the top of the Passo del Lupo it reaches Due Sorelle Beach, but a city ordinance prohibits the access to this path, which is actually not very safe. Thus, for your safety we can not really recommend this option.

To reach it by sea, there are some options.

The first one is to take the boat of Traghettatori del Conero; they arrange daily trips from the port of Numana and from the beaches of Marcelli and Sirolo; the cost of the ticket is about 20€ per person.

In the table below you can read about departure times of the boat that goes to Due Sorelle Beach.

This option is very convenient but as you can imagine, you will not be the only one in the boat and so once you dock on Due Sorelle Beach, you’ll find yourself in a crowded beach, perhaps at the risk of not being able to fully enjoy the sharm of this place.

Second option: you can rent a rubber dinghy from the port of Numana for a half day or a full day. There is no need for any type of license and the rafts can hold up to five or six people.

This gives you the opportunity to stop at Due Sorelle Beach when there are not too many tourists around and to explore all the beautiful beaches and hidden coves of this stretch of coastline.

The last option, which is also the most green and sustainable is the one that usually we choose ourselves. We rent a canoe or a pedal boat at Sassi Neri Beach and so in less than half an hour we are immersed in the wild spectacle of this beach, a treasure to preserve and protect.

In this beach there are no facilities so we suggest you to go sufficiently organized. Bring along something to eat and above all the water!


Another way to enjoy the spectacle of Due Sorelle Beach is to take a walk on the Conero Regional Park and to reach Passo del Lupo.

Directions on how to get here can be found in this article on Passo del Lupo.

Once on the top, we bet you will fall in love with the view!

You’ll find yourself overlooking the Due Sorelle Beach. You will admire the blue sea, the white Sassi Neri Beach and the small village of Sirolo perched on the hill.


We indicated where is Due Sorelle Beach, how to get there and how to enjoy it from the top. These are all certainly very useful information  but that anyone who lives around here could have given easily. Thus, to put the icing on the cake we’ll reveal to you a couple of curiosities unknown to many people.

On a cold stormy night in 1962 a merchant cargo flying the Lebanese flag called the Potho wrecked right of this beach; Today, a part of its remains are still visible about ten meters deep.

It is precisely here that the late autumn and early winter you can observe the magical show of octopuses’ reproduction.

With this romantic conclusion, we hope to have helped you finding out everything you need to know about Due Sorelle Beach. If there is even more than you want to know lov, we will be happy to help you!

We leave you with this video made during the sunrise at dawn from the top of Passo del Lupo, enjoy the video and have a great holidays …! ?

video credits: Mattia Quattrini

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