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Rimini Italy to Ancona Harbour, via the coast road. Aussie Multistrada Hot

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Written by Aussie Multistrada     February 10, 2013    
 
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Warnings

(Partial) toll road

Directions
Begin Destination

Via Circonvallazione Occidentale, 53, Rimini Province of Rimini, Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Molo Sud, 60121 Ancona, Italy, Marche

Location

Address
Via Circonvallazione Occidentale, 53, Rimini Province of Rimini, Italy

General Route

Route Type
Costal
Distance
110,832
Duration
10,332
(Partial) toll road
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This road may be seasonally closed
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After World Ducati Week 2012 I headed south from Rimini taking the coast road all the way to Ancona. From Rimini I rode through the cities of Riccione and Cattolica to the northern end of the 'National Park of Monte San Bartolo'.
The road from here to Pesaro is casino online good riding, a lot of portions of the road are made up of tight winding curves and it's a good sealed surface. A single lane in both ways. It was June (25th) traffic was very light, but the weather was hot. Once I got to Pesaro I took the beach road all the way to Ancona. Again single lane in both directions until I got into the City of Ancona. There I boarded a ferry and travelled over night to Split Croatia.

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From Rimini I rode through the cities of Riccione and Cattolica to the northern end of the 'National Park of Monte San Bartolo'.
The road from here to Pesaro is good riding, a lot of portions of the road are made up of tight winding curves and it's a good sealed surface. A single lane in both ways. It was June (25th) traffic was very light, but the weather was hot. Once I got to Pesaro I took the beach road all the way to Ancona. Again single lane in both directions until I got into the City of Ancona.
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Aussie Multistrada Reviewed by Aussie Multistrada February 10, 2013
Last updated: February 10, 2013
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Rimini to Ancona. Italy Adriatic Coast.

From Rimini I rode through the cities of Riccione and Cattolica to the northern end of the 'National Park of Monte San Bartolo'.
The road from here to Pesaro is good riding, a lot of portions of the road are made up of tight winding curves and it's a good sealed surface. A single lane in both ways. It was June (25th) traffic was very light, but the weather was hot. Once I got to Pesaro I took the beach road all the way to Ancona. Again single lane in both directions until I got into the City of Ancona.

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