Cesenatico is a seaside resort in Emilia Romagna, where fishing and tourism, tradition and modern wellness are closely linked between the past and the future.

Already a fishing and trading center by the sea in ancient times, its life still takes place in the harbor, the heart of te town, where the boats of the modern fishing fleet moor and the characteristic restaurants with their famous seafood dishes are lined up.

At the harbor, designed by Leonardo da Vinci, you can admire the open-air marine museum with an almost unique collection of old boats, whose colorful sails and hulls tell of centuries of fishing and seafaring.

Eventually … the beach, the Parco di Levante, the parks right by the sea, the sports facilities, the fish market… Cesenatico is a town to be discovered.


Land of kind people and good cuisine, the region of Romagna offers much more than you can expect on a holiday.

Behind the colorful Adriatic coast with its wide beaches and every kind of entertainment there is the hilly hinterland, with its orchards, small fields, vineyards, olive trees and many picturesque villages with a unique charm.

Rising on a rock overlooking the lower plain and the Adriatic coast, San Marino is the oldest and most peculiar republic in the world.

The village of San Leo with its magnificent fortress has been the scene of more than a thousand years of civil and military battles. His fortress was then converted into a prison during the Papal reign.

Gradara maintains its splendor of old village with the curtain wall and the castle, where the well known tragedy of Paolo and Francesca took place, and which Dante Alighieri wrote about in his “Divine Comedy”.

Ravenna, founder more than thousands years ago, is still one of th emost important cities in Italy, thanks to its historical past and its exceptional art treasures. The buildings in Byzantine and Gothic styles still bear witness to the glorious past of Ravenna. The unique mosaic work, the tomb of Dante, Italy’s most famous poet, gives the visitor a picture of how different stylistic epochs are connected in harmonious unity.