From the sea to the hills, from the mountains and thermal treatment spas to art: in the green heart of Romagna, visitors will discover unusual places and exceptional treasures.
It is a region with great culinary tradition many of the products have been exported in the world and have gained international appreciation: from il Parmigiana Reggiano, to the balsamic vinegar to the world famous Prosciutto di Parma. The land where hospitality meets a genuine spirit and blends into an explosive mix. It is also the home of legendary brands as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Ducati that most represent the extraordinary personality of the region.
One of the most attractive areas is the Province of Forlì and Cesena , located in the east of the Region it extends from the hillside to the sea. This area presents a varied landscape, ranging from broad hills to the Forlì and Cesena Apennines and beyond to the Adriatic coast.
Cesena’s central position on Via Emilia, and the fact that it is surrounded by such diverse landscapes, has over the centuries made this Province an important trading hub and a favorite of its conquerors.
The Province is a continuous discovery of villages and fortresses, springs and waterfalls, nature, sports and entertainment. In other words, its versatility means that even the most exacting traveler will not go disappointed.
The seaside is well known in the world for its large beaches and great entertainment it caters to any age group from teen-agers to families and offers an array of different features.
Halfway between Forlì and Cesena is the town of Forlimpopoli, its imposing fortress is also the site of Montepoggiolo. Near the Terra del Sole lies one of the richest prehistoric sites in northern Italy, with thousands of finds from the Paleolithic era Civic Archaeological Museum.
It is also a well known destination for those who love to shop since some of the most famous italian brands are produced in the area.
You cannot avoid to be captured by one of the enogastronimical itirinerary that the region offers. This land in the recent 20 years has been discovered by foreigners that come for holidays and fall in love with the simple, genuine and friendly spirit of its people, the wonderful sorroundings and the great food. Today there is a very diverse population of locals and foreigners who have made it there second home or decided to live all year aroound enjoying the wonderful temperate weather with sunshine all year around.
How to reach the region:
By car: Highway A14, exit Cesena Sud
Airports: Bologna Airport BLQ, all major national and international airlines 100 km distance from Cesena district o Rimini Airport RMI, flights from and to Northern Europe and Russia 50 km from Cesena district
Railway station Cesena: Direct connection with “FrecciaRossa” from and to Milan, with “FrecciaArgento” from Rome,