Romagna and the surroundings

  • Rimini: a mix of history, art, amusement and night life.

    Rimini: a mix of history, art, amusement and night life.

    There are many ways to appreciate Rimini, apart from its 40 km of shore and its 700 beach resorts fully equipped, plus some free public beaches. You can decide how to spend your night life by choosing among a lot of pubs, restaurants, cafés and discos. Read More…

  • Discover San Leo

    Discover San Leo

    Has been awarded the title of one of “The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy” and an Orange Flag by the Italian Touring Club. San Leo, a magnificent art capital mentioned by Dante Alighieri in the Divine Comedy, is the heart of the historical region of Montefeltro and the town that gave it its name. Read More…

  • Romagna and the surroundings

    Romagna and the surroundings

    Rimini territory extends from the Marecchia river to the Conca river, surrounded by marvellous hills, spotted with villages and castles featuring a rich art and culture tradition. The two valleys are divided by the Marano creek, the only natural river estuary in Riccione; along its bank in a groove of reeds hundreds of swallows find a shelter. Read More…

  • Gradara

    Gradara

    The town of Gradara, situated in the province of Pesaro Urbino in the Marche region, charms the visitor even from a distance. It can be spotted from the motorway by anyone looking up through the greenery of the surrounding countryside rich in olive trees and vineyards. There it is: intact and elegant, with its castle and city walls showing no signs of wear. Read More…

  • Santarcangelo

    Santarcangelo

    One of the most attractive cities in Romagna, it is famed for its beauty and for being the birthplace of more intellectuals and artists than any other town in the province, including internationally-famous poets and screenwriters past and present. Even a former Pope – Pope Clement XIV Ganganelli – was born here as some monuments dedicated to him recall. Read More…

  • Republic of San Marino

    Republic of San Marino

    The Republic of San Marino is 30 minutes’ drive from Rimini and territorially includes the upper valley of the Ausa, the left part of the upper valley of the Marano River and almost all the valley of Rio San Marino, a tributary of the Marecchia River. Since 2008, the historic centre of the City of San Marino and Mount Titano have been included by UNESCO on its list of World Heritage sites. Read More…