Romagna Coast

Fun and History from Rimini to Cattolica

The Romagna Coast is a shore section on the Adriatic Sea, and it’s more than 90 km long.

It’s not only sea and fun, but also a little cradle of history and culture: San Leo Stronghold is a little fort where the Italian alchemist Cagliostro where imprisoned and died, and it’s located on the very peak of rock mass.

Rimini is rich of monuments of the Roman era, like “Ponte di Tiberio”, “Arco di Augusto”, but it also boasts the presence of a Cathedral designed by Leon Battista Alberti, which hosts a cruficix by Giotto inside.

Another place worth seeing is also Borgo San Giuliano, an ancient fishermans’ village, which has become a peculiar district with little coloured houses and facades painted with Federico Fellini’s movies scenes.


A city filled of Fellini-alike charm, between sea and culture, fun, vivid, rich
of attractions for both youngsters and families.


A city which features the latest trends, from the beaches to the discotheques.
Relax during the daytime, movida in the nighttime.


Detailed and well-finished beaches, a fantastic aquarium, ideal mainly for families,
but with a lot of opportunities for the youngsters during the nighttime.