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Dancing on the beach until dawn:

Riccione is easily accessible by both car and bus. Once you reach the Marano area, you can choose among numerous beach clubs, where a drink and dance until the rising of the sun!

Spend an afternoon on a field trip to the Delta of the Po:

if you love hiking, visit the natural park of the Po Delta, a protected area among the most important in Italy and Europe. You can walk or ride a bike along the paths of the reserve and see the large colony of pink flamingos, herons, turtles, pheasants, cranes, and many others, depending on migration. The park programme excursions, bird watching and boat trips.

Visit the harbour of Cesenatico:

Commissioned to Leonardo Da Vinci, Cesare Borgia, to overcome the age-old problem of the silting up of the mouth, the Harbour is the heart of Cesenatico, as well as one of the most romantic landscapes of the Romagna. Dozens of fishing boats from the colourful sails occupy the two sides of the channel along which, in the course of the years, were born many restaurants famous for their seafood cuisine, clubs and pubs , with lovely verandas. One of the most ancient of the Channel also hosts the floating Museum of the Navy.

What to do if it rains?

The aquarium of Cattolica:

unfortunately most of the amusement Parks in the area are outdoors, but not all! The paths of the Cattolica Aquarium are, in fact, covered. The property is home to over 100 display tanks and 3,000 specimens of 400 different species during the tour of the park you will learn about the sea and its inhabitants.


easily accessible just a 25-minute drive away. Considered the “cradle of the Malatesta”, this small town hosts one of the fortresses of the Signoria the best preserved. From the rock Fortress, historically linked to the Divine Comedy through the romantic story of "Paolo and Francesca", and you can enjoy a spectacular view that embraces the whole coast, from Cervia in Gabicce. In the second half of July, the centre comes alive with the Verucchio Festival, the music festival since 2005 is curated by Ludovico Einaudi.

The castle of Gradara

One of the castles in the most romantic of the territory, the theatre of the tormented love story between Paolo and Francesca, narrated by Dante in his Divine Commemdia. A village perfectly kept where you can still breathe the atmosphere of the old times, with pretty and typical shops of local crafts, the beautiful museum of the castle and the many festivals and events during the course of the year. Gradara is located in the hinterland of Cattolica, easily reachable by car and by public transport, with its beautiful castle that stands on top of a hill, well visible from the highway A14, which runs along the coast.


a few kilometres from Torre Pedrera, the historical village of Santarcangelo is located on the top of Mount Jupiter, just above the famous sandstone caves. The village is crossed by narrow streets and stairways that climb to the top, dominated by the Rocca Malatestiana. At the foot of the village opens up to the main square with a great arch dedicated to Pope Clement XIV (who was born in Santarcangelo). Along the streets of the village you will find numerous restaurants and wine barsin which to sample the local cuisine. Immerse yourself in the most ancient part to the restaurant La Sangiovesa, where between one course and the other you can admire the works of Tonino Guerra.
If you arrive in the afternoon, we also recommend a visit to the museum of the buttons, a little gem, unique in its kind. Giorgio, with its culture and simplicity, will make you travel into history through the different eras, countries, and customs.

San Leo

Another castle, very fascinating hinterland of rimini, an imposing fortress overlooking a high hill from which you can admire a breathtaking panoramawith a view on the beautiful and green hills which jut into the sea. Given the shape of Mount San Leo, this place has been since roman times, a military fortress that has experienced many vicissitudes in the course of the centuries. Today the fortress is home to an important museum that tells the military history of this site, and houses a remarkable collection of ancient and modern weapons.

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