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Not Just sea

Misano Adriatico is the ideal place to spend holidays for families with children, for young people looking for fun and for couples.
The beach and the promenade of Misano are the perfect destinations for those who want to spend a relaxing holiday.
Our beaches have been classified as “Blue Flag” since 2010 for the quality and cleanliness of its sea, they are equipped with games for children, arenas for beach tennis, beach volleyball, bowls …

Veduta aerea

 

Fontana p.le Roma

 

Passeggiata serale

 

Fontana

 

Portoverde

Veduta panoramica

Pista ciclabile

 

Parco del sole

Autodromo Marco Simoncelli

 

For those who want to have fun with family or friends, Romagna offers great opportunities. The amusement parks, theme parks and water parks in the area are the largest and most visited in Italy

Aquafan

The largest and most important aquatic park in Europe is located in Riccione. Entertainment for everyone: extremes or for the whole family.

 

Oltremare

Futuristic zoological park of Riccione, with recreated natural environments and exhibitions dedicated to the life of the sea. In the fabulous scenery of the Dolphin Lagoon, famous shows are held throughout Italy.

 

Italia in Miniatura

Legendary theme park on the Riviera, with a scale reproduction of the entire Italian peninsula, with monuments, mountain ranges and more. Plus lots of fun and attractions.

 

Fondazione Cetacea Onlus

Fondazione Cetacea works for the protection of the Adriatic environment and the recovery of marine animals. Organize events, guided tours and educational tours for schools.

 

Fiabilandia

The first amusement park in Italy is still today dedicated to quiet fun and for families. Children are the real customers of the park, with thousands of attractions designed especially for them.

 

Parco le navi

The largest aquarium on the Adriatic Riviera, with four different nature trails within it. Le Navi Park is one of the few aquariums in the world where you can see real sharks.

 

Romagna is not only Sea and fun but also culture and beauty.

In the Romagna hinterland there are many beautiful places: ancient medieval villages, fortresses, castles, museums, caves and many small towns where the legacies of ancient traditions and cultures remain and are enjoyed.

The Valmarecchia shows its great charm both in the luxuriant nature that covers it and in the historical testimonies of past glories, with Malatesta castles, medieval fortresses and imposing strongholds.

Gradara

The medieval Rocca di Gradara, linked to the story of Paolo and Francesca, is located a few kilometers from Misano. It is an ancient unique village, surrounded by the greenery of the Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo. Its double city wall holds the charming and romantic Gradara fortress.

 

Repubblica di San Marino

San Marino deserves to be visited. It is the oldest Republic in the world and for this it has earned the nickname of “ancient land of freedom”. The ancient Republic of San Marino offers unique urban views, medieval towers, artistic beauties and curiosities. Among the most visited destinations in San Marino: the Torture Museum and the small and large shops for shopping.

 

San Leo

San Leo is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. The millenary Fortress of the Montefeltro is a place steeped in history and legend. Its imposing fortress dominates the Valmarecchia, overlooking a deep sheer cliff.

 

Montegridolfo

The village of Montegridolfo, on the border between Romagna and Marche, preserves the best preserved castle of the Romagna hinterland. Recently restored, the historic center of this ancient village, preserves important historical traces, such as those proposed in the Museum of the Gothic Line.

 

Montefiore Conca

Montefiore Conca è uno dei borghi medievali più belli d’Italia. La sua imponente Rocca Malatestiana e le sue Mura si affacciano sulla riviera romagnola. Il panorama mozzafiato e l’atmosfera misteriosa e medievale che si respira ne fanno una meta turistica da visitare.

 

Saludecio

Saludecio is a small and elegant medieval Malatesta village that shows many testimonies of its nineteenth-century period. The town became loved through the characteristic murals in the narrow streets of the village and thanks to the Saluserbe and Ottocento Festival events. Palaces with austere air, squares and towers are evidence of its greatness in the past.

 

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