Your Daytrip to Apecchio

An alogastronomic lunch, and lots more

Alogastronomic lunch at il Guiso. (photo by Milana Katic)

An alogastronomic lunch is a must, but let these tips help shape the rest of a fantastic day in Apecchio:

Go by car: The bus system between Urbino and Apecchio is unreliable and confusing, so rent a car. Can’t drive a stick? The folks at the local beer association can arrange shuttles for travelers and are very willing to help you plan your day.

Contact Anna Lacamera, who speaks English: 339 246 3873, anna.lacamera@gmail.com.

Take a hike: Apecchio is located at the foothills of Monte Nerone in the Apennine Mountains, home to many panoramic trails that any nature lover (or dabbler) would enjoy. Go out early to work up your beer appetite. For further information visit lamacina.it.


Eat here: Many restaurants in and around Apecchio have beer menus, but to narrow your choices to a few fine dines, check out one of these:

Il Guiso (La Locanda del Guiso)
Località Pian de Landuccio
61042 Apecchio, Italy
ilguiso.it
info@ilguiso.it
366 539 3199

Ristorante Ritrovo del Cacciatore
Località Valdara
61042 Apecchio, Italy
072 290 225

Affittacamere Ristorante Appennino
Via Garibaldi
61042 Apecchio, Italy
072 298 9033

Tour a brewery: End your day with a tour and tasting at Collesi Brewery. It is open to the public, is filled with award-winning beer, and has incredible views of the Italian hillside on which the brewery is located. If you plan just right, the sun will set on the perfect ending to your perfect Apecchio day trip.

Collesi Brewery
Località Pian della Serra
61042 Apecchio, Italy
collesi.com
info@collesi.com
075 933 118

This is a “Website extra” article for Urbino Now magazine’s Escursione section, which recommends day trips and activities within an hour or so of Urbino. Please view more magazine articles or order a complete printed copy of Urbino Now.

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About Milana Katic

My experience in Urbino can be adequately be summed up by one very key Italian phrase: “Mamma mia!” The hills, the history, the pasta and the overall experience were such enjoyable eye-openers. Studying abroad is truly a priceless opportunity, and I know my time in Urbino will send me back to the states with a new worldview that will forever be with me.