Among the Romagna villages of good living you will find a few kilometers from us:

Cesenatico, is an ancient village of sailors and fishermen, where walking along the Leonardesco Canal Port you can breathe the sea air and the intense smell of good food from the various restaurants.
Cesenatico is a small city of art in the heart of the Romagna Riviera, in fact there are: the Museo Della Marineria, the Roman Furnace of Ca Turchi, the Municipal Gallery, the Antiquarium and much more.

Santarcangelo di Romagna is an ancient medieval village in the hinterland with a strong Romagna identity.
Walking through its alleys and squares, where today there are several local restaurants, one cannot help but notice its architectural beauty.
The tuff caves, the Triumphal Arch, the Torre del Campanone, the Sferisterio are just some of the characteristic places to visit that give this village its particular charm.


For art and history lovers a few kilometers from us:

Ravenna, is a real city of art, in which at every corner there is a treasure chest to see: the Mosaics, the Unesco Monuments, the places linked to the Supreme Poet Dante Alighieri, the Archaeological Sites, the theaters and the palaces, and much else.
Rimini: it had considerable importance in Roman times. Impressive works testify to this: the Arch of Augustus and the Tiberius Bridge.
Under the Byzantine domination it was enriched with new monuments: the Basilica of Sant 'Agostino, the Castle, the Rocca and the Malatestiani Temple.
You can also discover Fellini's Rimini on foot or by bicycle crossing the Grand Hotel, Piazza Cavour, the Port and Borgo San Giuliano.


For those who want to move inland and enjoy the view from the top of the Romagna Riviera we recommend:

San Marino, is the Ancient Land of Liberty, recognized as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. A territory of cultural beauties, castles, churches, art; a small mosaic of districts where you can live timeless experiences.
For shopping lovers, the San Marino Outlet Experience has been inaugurated.