Fun takes the field.

Your active holiday in Pesaro

A holiday at the Imperial Sport Hotel means fun, sea and relaxation. At our seaside hotel in Pesaro you will be able to do lots of sports activities, in the pool, at the gym or on the beautiful beach, or enjoy pleasant walks and excursions with the bicycles available for our guests.


Pesaro, on Italy's Adriatic coast, a popular traditional seaside resort with sandy beaches. The original settlement dates back to the Roman era.

The composer Gioachino Rossini was born in Pesaro and his home is one of the town's proudest tourist sights. In the composer's honour, each summer Pesaro hosts the Rossini Opera Festival.


Urbino is listed as UNESCO world heritage site. It was at its most prosperous in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Much of what we see today dates from that period of prosperity, above all the period during which Federico de Montefeltro was the Duke of Urbino (1444-82), who acquired the ducal title.


Gradara boasts the Orange Flag (an Italian recognition of quality, awarded by the Touring Club Italiano to small towns - population 15,000 or less - for excellency in tourism, hospitality and the environment) and is one of the best medieval villages of Italy enclosed inside a long city wall with a spectacular fortress, a superb example of military architecture.

San Marino

San Marino is the world's oldest republic and Europe's third smallest state. It lies 657m above sea level with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and coast.


The next see worthy place is Fano, known as Fanum Fortunae after a temple of Fortuna that was located there. Its first mention in history only dates from 49 BC, when Julius Caesar held it established a colony, and built a wall, some parts of which remain