Riccione and surroundings
Riccione and more: ancient villages, history and culture
Expos and Fairs, Events and Shows… Riccione is a wonderful location, all year round! Great for summer holidays or a city break in low season… Fascinating on New Year’s Eve thanks to the many parties.
Riccione old town centre is just a stroll away, with its fancy boutiques and shops. Discover the ancient paths among gardens and trees, restaurants and cafés, the open-air market…
Those who love the countryside will definitively enjoy the Montefeltro area and the many chances to visit ancient villages and castles while tasting wine, cheeses and many more local products, directly from the producers' land.
San Marino, the Ancient Land of Freedom: you can’t miss a one-day-trip into the world’s oldest republic, among museums and stunning views over all the coast, restaurants and duty free shopping!
Gradara and its fortress: just a few minutes from Riccione, on the border between Romagna and Marche region, Gradara stands our with its ancient citadel, one among the most beautiful in the area… Well worth a visit!
San Leo and the Cagliostro legend: You can’t miss the ancient San Leo stronghold, a village with an unconquerable fortress that fascinates and enchants visitors from all over the world…
Adriatic Riviera theme parks: Oltremare and Aquafan, the Cattolica Aquarium and Mirabilandia… Check them out!
Culture and museums: if between a day on the beach and a good dinner, you want to deepen the history that exists in every village of Romagna, you have so many choices: Verucchio, Pennabilli, Santarcangelo di Romagna, the Malatesta Temple cathedral, the Fulgor cinema (Fellini), the Onferno Caves, the archaeological site of the Roman surgeon's house in Rimini (Domus del chirurgo), Villa Mussolini, the Porto Canale designed by Leonardo da Vinci in Cesenatico, the mystery of Montebello and its Azzurrina castle. Culture, mystery, and history for everyone!
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