Discover Romagna

Cesenatico
Cesenatico with its beautiful Porto Canale designed by Leonardo Da Vinci is a small town in the north part of the Adriatic coast, with a lot to offer to those who visit it.
During summer, it welcomes the visitors with long beaches, with sun beds, sun umbrellas and all the facilities anyone may need, to make sure you can just enjoy your time relaxing under the sun with nothing to worry about.
In Autumn there are a lot of “Sagre”, food festival and events that keeps the tourist flow quiet intense, as the famous Festa del Pesce, where you can taste delicious seafood dishes in all the stand around the center of the town.
The nativity scene organized on the boats of the Porto Canale characterizes winter in Cesenatico. We highly recommend a walk on the canal, where thanks to the Christmas songs and the Christmas lights of all the restaurants and bars you can truly feel the beautiful and magical atmosphere.
For those who love sports, spring is the best period to visit, when the Nove Colli brings every year over 12000 participants to ride through our hills, in the same paths the famous cyclist Marco Pantani used to go to train.
Every single period of the year, Cesenatico is always active with something to welcome you with and to help make your stay even better.
Cesena
Crossed by the famous street built by the Roman, Via Emilia, Cesena is the middle of the Pianura Romagnola.
The city is famous for its defensive walls, which you can still find around the historical center, the Malatestiana Library, which became Unesco property in 1996, Piazza del Popolo with the Masini Fountain, and the Rocca Malatestiana, which was in the years first house of the Malatesta and then turned to a prison. Today it is an artillery museum.
Also worth a visit is the Abbazzia Della Madonna Del Monte, which is located on top of a hill and from where you can have an amazing view of Cesena and all the hills around it.
The city is also famous for all the bars in the main square where you can sip on a nice glass of wine from the area, or have the famous italian Aperitivo. Saturdays and Wednesdays are Market days! Piazza del Popolo fills up with stands that sell food, clothes, shoes and bags, perfect if you want to but some local souvenirs before heading back home.
Cervia and Milano Marittima
Cervia and Milano Marittima are two famous seaside locations separated from the canal.
While Milano Marittima is famous for its boutiques, and the bars and restaurants where during the summer you can meet even famous actors and singers, Cervia with Palazzo Comunale, and the lovely harbor with old style boats in it, is famous for the production of the Sale Dolce di Cervia.

In the center of town, you can find the Salt Museum, where you can learn about the technique used to make salt and all the equipment that they used during the years. But the main attraction is only few km out of the town, where with a car, you can drive all around the salt fields and enjoy an amazing view, especially during the summer sunsets, when you can find flamingos adding shades of pink to the orange of the sky.
Ravenna
Thanks to its important architectonic and artistic expression, since 1996 Ravenna is Unesco property.
The city is famous for its colorful mosaics that decorated many of the main attractions, such us San Vitale Abbey, Sant’Apollinare in Nuovo and the Mausoleo di Galla Placidia.
Other important monuments worth a visit are the Mausoleo di Teodorico, with its gothic structure and the monolithic chapel, and the Church of Sant’Apollinare in Classe.

For the young ones Ravenna also has one of the most famous Italian theme park: Mirabilandia. Here the little ones can enjoy fun rides, while the older ones can try the high and fast roller coasters.
Rimini
Rimini is a seaside area famous for its 15 km of white sand beach and the boulevard with lots of boutiques and shops. An art city decorated with Roman and Renaissance monuments, Rimini is also the home town of the famous movie director Federico Fellini.
The Romans in 268 a.C. founded the town, and it is famous for the monuments that the different emperor that lived here built up: The Arch of Augustus, and the Tiberius Bridge.
During the Renaissance, the city was the place where the Malatesta family lived; they even hosted some very well known names as Leonardo da Vinci.

Those who love shopping should definitely visit Rimini, as it welcome you with its long boulevard full of important boutiques, but also has one of the biggest shopping center in the area: Le Befane shopping center.
San Marino
San Marino is a small state surrounded by the Italian territory. One of the smallest Republic in the world, San Marino kept most of its antique architecture.
The village is located on top of the Titano Mountain, and it is the tallest of the area (700 mt above the sea level)

It is accessible from four different Porte, and it has the most important monuments of the Titano Mountain, such as the Three Penne, which are the three medieval towers, the Basilica del Santo, the Church of San Francesco, the Contrada of the Umbrellas and the Titano square.

The most suggestive attraction though, is Piazza della Libertà, from where you can enjoy an amazing view of all the Pianura Romagnola. On a sunny and clear day, you can see the entire Adriatic coast; from Cesenatico to Riccione.
The Romagnolo hills
This itinerary is for those who love the idea of spending a day surrounded by the nature and amazing landscapes. This is because out area has a lot of small village up the hills, that are small but each one of them is worth a visit!

Longiano: lovely town with a beautiful castle on top of the hill
Sogliano: famous for the Fossa Cheese festival, which takes place in November
Montevecchio: known for the Cima Pantani, a circuit that the famous cyclist Marco Pantani use to follow to train for the competitions,
Bertinoro: the home town of Albana, a rich flavoured wine, perfect to drink after dinner. Also known as the hospitality town; here the people are very friendly and welcoming,
San Leo; in the hilld near Rimini, this village is built on top of a rock mountain and has a breathtaking view of the area around it. From here, you can see the sea.
Santarcangelo di Romagna: famous for the caves, that connects the entire town, and for the Stamperia Marchi, where you can still see an original Mangano, the machine used to iron the prints on textile materials.

However, what makes these little towns very special, and worth a visit, are all the Trattoria, Osteria and Family restaurants that serve typical and delicious food from the region: the famous CUCINA ROMAGNOLA!

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