Between villages and landscapes to immortalise
For an all-round holiday
The Riviera Romagnola, in addition to enjoying beautiful beaches, has a beautiful hinterland made up of green countryside, hills overlooking the sea and fascinating villages bearing witness to ancient histories waiting to be discovered.
Here we tell you about our favourites, don't forget your comfortable shoes in your suitcase and get ready for magical visits!
Cradle of tourism in Romagna, where the sea is a way of life, Rimini welcomes thousands and thousands of tourists every year in search of relaxation and fun.
But Rimini is also a city rich in history, with a city centre that is actually an open-air museum, full of monuments and traces of history: from the ancient Romans to the Renaissance and the cinema of the great Federico Fellini.
Ravenna is known as the world capital of mosaic art and is home to eight monuments that have been declared World Heritage Sites by Unesco.
Surrounded by the greenery of its pine forest, beautiful and fascinating in every seasonis a favourite destination for art lovers and not only. In fact, this city also offers a lovely historic centre where you can stroll among craft workshops and designer boutiques.
Santarcangelo di Romagna
A little over 20 minutes away stands Santarcangelo di Romagnaa town rich in historical memories, natural beauty such as the tufa caves, some of which can still be visited today, and home to gastronomic itineraries of absolute importance.
In the evening, then, the air is filled with enchantment with the many atmospheric cafés that populate the streets of the old town and are waiting for you to taste many local specialities. Instagram stories proof!
In the centre of Romagna lies Cesena, one of the most important Malatesta towns. A well-known art destination, a visit to the Malatesta Librarythe first Civic Library in Italy and recognised in 2005 as a 'Memory of the World' by Unesco. The spectacularity of this city continues throughout the historic centre and in the Rocca Malatestiana.
And to end on a high note, you cannot miss a good piadina: the one from Cesena is slightly thicker than the one from Rimini. A must-try!
Listed among the 'Most Beautiful Villages in Italy', the history of this town can be read thanks to the precious art monuments it preserves.
Its historic centre exudes beauty at any time of year, flanked by the imposing fortress, the parish church, the cathedral and the tower.But the charm of this town also lies in the magnificent viewwhere one's gaze wanders over the surrounding hills, along the Marecchia valley and down to the sea.
At more than 800 metres above sea level, lies the oldest republic in Europe, San Marino. Proud of its unique charm, throughout the year it is a destination for tourists from all over the world who are fascinated by its streets steeped in history and tradition and enchanted by the spectacular view stretching out to the sea.
It is also known for being the home of the outletsloved by fashion addicts looking for designer clothes at bargain prices!
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