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- **A beach accessory

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Photo Hotel Caesar Paladium in Rimini (Rivabella), Italy

Excursions

San Marino, San Leo, Gradara, lots of places to visit close to Rimini

The Romagnola hinterland – the setting for countless disputes between local families over the centuries (the most famous of which between the Malatesta and Montefeltro families) – is punctuated with hills on which sit characteristic villages, rocks and castles; the backdrop to myths and legends that have survived to this day.

In addition to lazy hours spent unwinding on the beach, we would, therefore, always advise our guests to make the most out of being in Rimini to make a few excursions and enjoy all the wonderful things the area has to offer:

Ponte Tiberio in Rimini

Historic and artistic Rimini

Rimini was an important town, long before it became known as a tourist destination. The remains of Ariminum, Roman Rimini, can be seen to this day and feature the Tiberio bridge (which recently celebrated its 2000th birthday), the Arch of Augustus and the Surgeon’s House in Piazza Ferrari in the centre of town.

 

Rimini
Rimini is also the birthplace of film director Federico Fellini. Walk through the narrow streets between the old fishermen’s houses in the characteristic borgo San Giuliano and immerse yourself in the environment where he spent his childhood and which, without doubt, provided inspiration for his famous characters.
San Marino

San Marino

On Monte Titano, just behind Rimini, stands one of the oldest republics in the world: San Marino. Its status as a duty free area and the presence of countless outlet shops make it the perfect spot to do a bit of shopping. A wealth of events also bring the republic to life over the summer months – don’t miss out.

San Leo

San Leo

Out of the countless medieval villages in the Montefeltro region (so many deserve a mention), San Leo is particularly worth a visit because a spectacular rock and cliff overhang its hill, and alchemist Cagliostro was imprisoned here. A perfect day out combining landscape, history and mystery!

Ravenna

Ravenna

Very few towns in Europe can boast as many UNESCO sites as Ravenna. Within its walls, eight sites are the proud to call themselves World Heritage Sites, making the town a unique open-air museum.

Sunflowers

Towards the Marche

Continuing past Cattolica, the border with the Marche region, take the Monte San Bartolo scenic route, starting at Gabicce Monte and continues towards Pesaro. Best bits include Vallugola natural bay and the stunning panoramic views from the top of the cliff-edge hanging over the sea.

There are lots of other things to see and do. If you’ve got any questions, please ask and we’ll be happy to help.
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