Cesenatico…

Cesenatico has been called the living room of the Coast.

In our opinion, the reasons for this choice are there: the ancient port Leonardesco welcomes thousands of tourists every year looking for a gentle stroll to relax between old fishing boats and fishing boats dormant during the day, but active at night.

The Museum of the Marineria, one of a kind with the land section and the float, will welcome children and adults to discover the wonders of the sea that have made Cesenatico one of the most famous seaside towns of the Adriatic.
The historic Piazzetta delle Conserve, just behind the old fish still working, will accompany you to the discovery of old crafts and architectural marvels of the past.

And now you just need to explore the local through the narrow streets of the center, enjoying a delicious ice cream or sitting among the numerous bars in the harbor, watching the fishermen as they prepare for trips out to sea.

THE BLUE

Motorboat excursions are an exciting attraction, for those who love the sea and want to breathe the scent.
Fun, nature and a great desire to look at the coast from another perspective are the ingredients of a day that you will hardly forget!

THE GREEN

Cesenatico is in fourth place in the Italian ranking of the countries with the greenest per inhabitant, did you know?
And you can see: its city parks are scattered throughout the territory and the chance to enjoy the coolness of the green is just 5 minutes from our hotel.

THE EVENTS

The fun never fails in Cesenatico, where the program of events is so wide that you can choose from so many possibilities. At the reception you can find all the information you need to decide which event to attend every day!

… and Surroundings

Ravenna

Ravenna, the capital of barbaric Italy, has eight monuments that UNESCO has declared to be a precious asset for the entire humanity.

A visit to the monuments that contain the mosaics is essential: the Basilica of San Vitale, the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo.
The Neonian or Orthodox Baptistery, as opposed to that of the Aryans, stands near the Duomo, with triumphant mosaics of gold and blue.
From the end of the fifth century is the baptistery of the Arians, commissioned by Theodoric, with mosaic decorations depicting the Twelve Apostles.
The Chapel of Sant ‘Andrea in the Archbishop’s Palace is a small masterpiece that imprisons beautiful medallions with the faces of saints and saints on the bottom of a starry sky.

Rimini

Rimini is a historic city that boasts a monumental and artistic heritage of high level.

Places to visit: Tiberius Bridge, unique and intact of Roman origin, Corso d’Augusto, or the ancient decumanus of the Roman-founded city, Piazza Cavour with its treasures (Palazzo del Podestà and dell’Arengo, Fontana della Pigna, Teatro , Old Fish Market). Behind the compartment of the Piazza, the remains of the Ancient Cathedral, and of Castel Sismondo.
A visit also goes to the Gothic Church of St. Augustine – which preserves precious and rare frescoes of the fourteenth-century pictorial school of Rimini -, of Piazza Tre Martiri, up to the Arch of Augustus and the beautiful Malatesta Temple, summa of the art of the Italian humanism and masterpiece by Leon Battista Alberti.
And yet, the complex of the Domus del Chirurgo represents an important archaeological site. In addition to an interesting series of beautiful mosaics, it is represented by over 150 surgical instruments belonging to the owner of the domus of the 3rd century BC

San Marino

The Historic Center, enclosed within fortified walls, offers the visitor the opportunity of an intriguing journey through characteristic districts, countless corners and panoramic views of incomparable beauty.

In the heart of the historical center, in Piazza della Libertà stands the Palazzo Pubblico. Reconstructed in a neo-Gothic style at the end of the 19th century, the inaugural address was given by Giosuè Carducci. Leaving Piazza della Libertà a short climb leads to the Basilica del Santo. In neo-classical style it dates back to the nineteenth century. The interior, with three naves and seven altars, is full of statues and paintings of considerable value. The high altar, by Tadolini, houses the statue and the urn with the bones of the Saint. On the side of the Basilica is the small Church of San Pietro, next to which the stairs and the stone beds dug into the rock by Saints Marino and Leo have remained intact.

A habitat and a landscape with such special aesthetic qualities that UNESCO has declared a World Heritage Site.

The castles of courtly love

Cultural walk through history, art and literature in the footsteps of Francesca da Rimini, an icon of passion, freedom and eternal love, is the most loved character of the Divine Comedy, a myth known all over the world, which has its roots in that land of Romagna that was of the powerful and bloodthirsty Malatesta.
The destination of the route is the castles of the Rimini area, which in past centuries have been candidates for one of the most famous kisses in history.
> Sismondo Castle in Rimini
> Castello di Verucchio
> Santarcangelo di Romagna.

Duration: full day