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In Senigallia, from the summer of 2018, the hotel of Bo Bear welcomes with a vegetable garden by the sea. On the hills, a triumph of villages

 In Senigallia, from the summer of 2018, the hotel of Bo Bear welcomes with a vegetable garden by the sea. On the hills, a triumph of villages
Discover Corinaldo

A vegetable garden by the sea, where you can grow fruit and vegetables in the company of Bo Bear, on the beach of Senigallia and in the province of Ancona. This is the original initiative of the Hotel of Bo Bear, the first family hotel in the Marche region, a bright sequence of attractions for a relaxing holiday. And the Bo Bear beach, with its large play area, boasts six hundred meters of enclosed space, secured by two gates, to prevent children from leaving during the activities. A hotel that is synonymous with many seductions, including the "pirate galleon" and "Neverland", where children live a fairytale every day. Starting from when the parents make the booking of the stay: the little ones, in fact, will receive at home the kit of the "little greengrocer", an envelope full of surprises. With peat and seeds, in fact, they can make the seedlings germinate which will then be transplanted into the Ortobo, on the sand of Senigallia, lapped by the waves of the Adriatic. The week from 17th to 24th June 2018 is entirely dedicated to the art of horticulture, with special laboratories and menus with many vegetables. The price for a week from 16 to 22 June 2018 in a triple room - 2 adults and a child under 10 - is from € 1,246 with full board. The ideal opportunity to start discovering the villages that stand on the hills of the Marche behind Senigallia: Corinaldo, first of all, then Camerano and Serra San Quirico. A set of axes of suggestions with the history that engraves the stone, starting from Corinaldo, inserted among the most beautiful villages in Italy, to continue with Camerano, in the Conero Park, to reach Serra San Quirico, an intriguing medieval village imposing walls.

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