Not only Cesenatico!
Framed by the wonderful Romagna Riviera, Cesenatico is a tourist destination that has a lot to offer visitors: from entertainment to relaxation. This is what you can visit in the town and in the surrounding area.
Exciting water slides, pools filled with crystal clear water, relaxation areas, and fun for all the family: can you believe that all of this is very close to Ravenna? Mirabilandia is the largest theme park of water rides in Italy, and it is the ideal place to spend an adventurous day in. Explore the various themed areas and discover the most exciting attractions. It is the perfect place to amaze adults and enchant children with unforgettable water games and shows for everyone.
450,000 square metres of uncontaminated nature, and animals roaming freely and living harmoniously according to their natural rhythms: the Safari Zoo in Ravenna is one of the most avant-garde wildlife parks in Europe, and it is very close to Cesenatico. Here – in your car, on a small train or in one of our electric vehicles – you can venture along a 4 km trail among the vegetation, discovering the habits of giraffes, zebras, lions, tigers and many other animals besides. Dedicated to people who love nature and who want to find out more about it, the Safari Zoo is a unique experience for adults and children alike.
The people of Romagna have always shown a great passion for wheels and speed. If you, too, want to set yourself a challenge, this is the chance to take to the track, because Happy Valley is a Go Kart track that will afford all the excitement of a champion’s experience. The complex is also suited to races with scooters, Mini Gp and Super Motard. It is the ideal place to spend a fun day in or to organise races or events for companies and groups of friends.
Every really good holiday has in store a time of pure relaxation during which you can pamper yourself. What better place to enjoy some wellbeing than a Spa centre? With its massages, beauty mud packs, pools and treatments, the Cervia Spa Centre is ideal for people who want to take care of their body and mind. And even if you are travelling with your children, here they will find a perfect programme of activities to entertain them.
The splendid Republic of San Marino does not need a long presentation: it is situated between the regions of the Marche and Emilia, a short distance from Cesenatico. It is a small pearl that definitely deserves a visit. Hotels, restaurants, and pubs and bars afford fun and excitement for nightlife enthusiasts or for people who are simply looking for some quiet entertainment.
Just a few kilometres from Cesenatico stands another hill top town on a rock. Its characteristic features make it a unique place in the world. Also known as Montefeltro, the small town is only accessible via a road that has been excavated in the rock. The cathedral is a must as it is a marvellous example of Romanic architecture, as well as the fifteenth century fort, which clings to the highest spur of rock. This is where Count Cagliostro died after spending a long time in prison.
The ancient capital of the Western Roman Empire, Ravenna has preserved an art heritage that is a veritable treasure. The architecture of the baptisteries, the basilicas and the mausoleums – and especially the rich art heritage in the museums – are unique in the art field. A visit to Ravenna is also a chance to sample the delights of the delicious Romagna cuisine; you can enjoy it in one of the many typical inns, stopping for a break during the long walks in the old town centre.
The regional Park of the Vena del Gesso (the Chalk Vein) harbours a veritable jewel, one of the most beautiful hill top towns in our peninsula: Brisighella, an ancient Medieval town in the province of Ravenna. The hill top town, which dates back to the 13th century, is located on a rock and is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. If you are travelling with your family or if you are looking for a small corner of paradise surrounded by mountains, Brisighella will welcome you with its typical narrow streets, its wonderful examples of religious architecture, and the friendliness of its inhabitants.
It is not hard to see why Bertinoro deserves to be called “the balcony of Romagna”: all you need to do is admire the landscapes that surround it. Also Renowned for its wonderful hospitality, a visit to Bertinoro is an opportunity that is not to be missed if you are in the Cesenatico area. By reaching the Central Square, after a long stroll along the narrow streets that climb up a hill, you can admire one of the most evocative views in Italy. Bertinoro will refresh you after the effort with a glass of fine red wine, accompanied by some homemade pasta or by a delicious piadina.