Not only Cesenatico. The Adriatic Coast in Romagna and its inland parts have many beauties to be admired by our tourists. Here you are the most famous places of interest, if you are interested in wine and food events and in countryside festivals please check out the website

Santarcangelo di Romagna

Located just a few kilometres far from Cesenatico, Santarcangelo is a small jewel set at the door of Valmarecchia. You should not miss the Malastesta Fortress, the Capuchin convent, the Fish Hatchery, the Arch, the Square dedicated to Pope Ganganelli and the tuff-stone caves. A must-see are the many taverns and wine shops where you can taste the typical specialties of Romagna.

San Leo
In the heart of Valmarecchia, here you are San Leo, the historical capital of Montefeltro. Famous for its Fortress, the Pieve (parish Church) and the Cathedral, this extraordinary village is well known all over the world for its mysterious history about the “alchemist” Count Cagliostro, imprisoned and deceased in the Fort. San Leo is the ideal starting point to discover all the Valmarecchia area, a triumph of medieval villages, history and tastes.

San Marino
Its is the most ancient Republic in the world, perched on the Mount Titano, where its three profiles top-towers stood out, Guaita, Cesta and Montale. Philately, numismatics, museums and attractions are waiting for you in San Marino, site of not-to-be-missed medieval festivals in summer.


Rimini, town of Roman foundation, is the symbol of the Adriatic Coast. Here you will find everything and more: the Roman and Malatesta’s history in the beautiful city centre, its theme parks, the nightspots and the beaches. Celebrated by the filmmaker Fellini, master of the cinema, Rimini is an ever active town thanks to its many different events.

It’s the Green Pearl of the Adriatic, the town of discos and shopping. Its main Avenues- viale Ceccarini and Dante – welcome the best Italian and International fashion brands, its nightspots – Cocoricò, Prince, Pascià – make dance thousands of young people every summer. But you will find two theme parks as well such as Aquafan and Oltremare, a thermal centre for a satisfying tourist service.

Cervia-Milano Marittima
A mixture between nature and fashion. Cervia is the town of salt, of the unspoilt pinewood, of a city centre that evokes its old maritime origins. Milano Marittima is the core of shopping, nightlife from the happy hour to the sunrise, of VIPs who love spending their summer here. Do not miss the suggestive House of the Butterflies. A fascinating and suggestive mix.

It is the art town par excellence in Romagna, a pride all over the world thanks to its monuments, UNESCO world heritage sites. A dive into history, culture and Byzantine art, into a town that was affected by many civilizations. A town to be visited, as demonstration that the Adriatic Coast is not only sea and fun.