The Adriatic Coast acquired international fame also thanks to Federico Fellini’s movie Amacord, himself from Rimini, he offered a wonderful pictures of the people and the area. It is a coastal area in the eastern part of the Emilia Romagna region that extends from the province of Rimini, through Forlì and Cesena to Ravenna. It is characterized by large sandy beaches touched by the Adriatic Sea. The area is famous for its hospitality, the many hotels and restaurants and for being an attractive destination for all age groups. Extending in such a large coastal area you find the towns of Rimini, Riccione, the picturesque port of Cesenatico or the exclusive Milano Marittima one of the favored destination of soccer players and TV celebrities that in the summer months compete in organizing the best parties. However, the region offers a diverse landscape and just a few minutes from the coast you can find a wonderful countryside defined by soft hills that grow higher the closer you get towards the Apennines, perfect for those who love the tranquility of the country but want to be able to enjoy also a more social environment, living in an area surrounded by vineyards and olive trees. “La Romagna”, as it is referred to by the locals is also rich of culinary tradition, known for some of the most famous products as the Parmigiana Reggiano, the balsamic vinegar or the world acclaimed Prosciutto di Parma. This is 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…..the best of everything, food, fun and location!!
How to arrive:
By car: highway A14 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 Milan, with “FrecciaArgento” from Rome