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Excursions, points of interest and attractions close to VILLAMARINA DI CESENATICO Cesenatico Igea Marina Cervia


Loc. GABICCE MARE - MARCHE  Navigatore
37 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Cattolica, Gradara, Misano Adriatico
Gabicce Sea, very pretty resorts of the Riviera delle Marche to the north, is one of the most distinctive resorts, famous for family tourism and sports and hospitality in its hotels, Residence and Bed and Breakfast. Gabicce Mare offers a view of the landscape really striking: in the area by the sea, located in the tourist hotels and bathing establishments, while in the hilly part of Gabicce is a panoramic view in the countryside, where you can observe the entire coastline, wonderful at the going down of the sun! Although there are no hotels in Gabicce Monte elite bed and breakfasts and restaurants where you can spend quiet summer evenings, enjoying an exclusive panorama. The fine sandy beach, the hotel next to the sea, the climate is ideal for a holiday in the sun, the warmth and kindness of the villagers characterize Gabicce Mare. Gabicce Sea is known for its hospitality and friendliness, in this place the guests live a holiday full of emotions. The location is enviable, a small bay overlooking the Adriatic, with its clean sea, the beaches - beach umbrellas and cots - games, parties and entertainment from dawn to dusk. From the greenery of the park you can go directly to the blue sea; so you have a beautiful panoramic view from Mount Gabicce: a postcard only to be admired. The influence of the Monte Gabicce offers wellness and healthy air recommended by family doctors to parents with children at an early age. From the beach reveals the cliff, a seascape unusual for the sandy coast of the Marche. The colors of the cliff and broom, right next to the water, make it even more picturesque beaches that are located at the foot of the Park of Monte San Bartolo. This protected area offers natural scenery unpublished. Photography enthusiasts can easily grasp the flowering bushes, the expanses of straws of Pliny, the Aleppo pine and the rare maritime linen, not to mention the wildlife, the tourist is lucky enough to catch a glimpse of: deer, foxes, badgers, porcupines, sea birds and raptors.


18 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Santa Giustina, Riccione, Igea Marina
Rimini is one of the capitals of Emilia Romagna and can be considered the main destination on the Adriatic coast. The city lies at the southern end of the Po valley and is surrounded by a hilly landscape. The fame of Rimini is due to its immense beaches and the variety of discos and nightclubs, but the city also has many artistic treasures of Roman and Renaissance times. The origins can be traced back to the Romans in 268 BC who called it Ariminum. After the Byzantine period, emerged in the Middle Ages as a free city and around the century. XIV took control of the city the Malatesta family in which there was a period of artistic and cultural splendor. This period also saw the splendor that presence in Rimini by important artists such as Brunelleschi, Piero della Francesca, and Leon Battista Alberti, was interrupted by the transfer of power to the Papal States in sec. XVI. At the beginning of the 900 there has been a new development in the city thanks to the creations of numerous beaches and the opening of the railway lines. Today Rimini essentially consists of two parts: one of the historic center and the green and full of beach resorts of Marina Centro. The coast of Rimini extends for 15 kilometers, then turns into other cities, no less popular for the holiday, like Riccione and Cattolica, which lie to the south. Wherever you are in the beach you will always be close to you. Every year, thousands of tourists come to Rimini to visit a city of ancient Rome, to the comfortable hotels and modern beaches for vacation. It is the place where she likes to rest most of the aristocrats of Europe. The beaches are organized so rather unique. Often the coast here is not divided into borders between hotels, as in most cases, but among renters. One of the main tasks of managers is to ensure total comfort for visitors. For comfort means the cleaning, fresh water showers, cabins for changing at the beach, comfortable deck chairs with umbrellas, rescue organizations, the necessary medical services, etc.


6 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Santa Giustina, Cesenatico, Rimini
Bordonchio is one of the beaches of Igea Marina and like all the beaches of the coast is very large and is characterized by a light sand with fine grain size. The beach Bordonchio is parallel to the coast road which connects Igea Marina Rimini. Nearby Services: -Bar -Restaurant -Parking -Equipment Hire


Loc. RIMINI, ITALY - MARCHE  Navigatore
16 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Santa Giustina, Igea Marina, Riccione
The beach Bellariva, also known as Bellariva, is composed of fine sand of light color. The coast each year welcomes thousands of tourists from all with the latest amenities and beaches of the first category. Nearby Services: -Bar -Restaurant -Parking -Equipment Hire


3 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Cervia, Igea Marina, Cesena
The beach of Cesenatico is one of the largest in this part of the coast, in fact, the size dell'arenile allows the practice of individual and collective games such as beach volleyball. Cesenatico is frequented by tourists of all ages because it offers a variety of entertainment to the young and security to families with small children who can safely swim in the sea with a very shallow water. Nearby Services: -Bar -Restaurant -Parking -Equipment Hire


Loc. GRADARA - MARCHE  Navigatore
40 Km from NETTUNO
Altitude: 75 mt. a.s.l.  Area Granarola, Gabicce mare, Cattolica
The Gradara and its fortified village is one of the best preserved medieval structures in Italy and the two walls that protect the fortress, the outermost of which stretches for almost 800 meters , making it also one of the most imponenti.Il Castle stands on a hill 142 meters above sea level and the keep, the main tower, rises to 30 meters, dominating the entire valley . The perfect location makes Gradara , since ancient times , a crossroads of traffic and people : during the Middle Ages the fortress was one of the main theaters of fighting between the militias of the Papal States and the turbulent Houses Marche and Romagna , while our days , thanks to the proximity to the sea , is located just inland from one of the major tourist destinations of Italy , the Riviera MarchiIl tower was built around 1150 by the powerful family of De Griffo , but it was the Malatesta Fortress and build the two sets of walls between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries and give Gradara its current appearance. The rule of the Malatesta of Gradara ended in 1463 when Federico da Montefeltro stormed the fortress under the command of the papal troops . The Pope entrusts to the vicariate Gradara the Sforza of Pesaro , close allies of the Church. From this moment will pass Gradara hands several times , and some of the most important families of the peninsula will contest his possession : the Borgias, Della Rovere , Medici , confirming its role as an important theater of power struggles in the tumultuous papal territories located in the current Marche and Romagna . The excellent state of conservation of the fortress you must Eng. Umberto Zanvettori that , around 1920 , took an important restoration work by investing all its resources to bring back to its former Fortress bellezza.giano - Romagna . The verses of Dante , moving and so full of passion , describe in superb enthusiasm for love and the tragedy of two young lovers savagely ed, that tradition has had as a theater Gradara Castle . Francesca da Polenta, daughter of Guido Minore , lord of Ravenna , in 1275 she married the son of Malatesta da Verucchio , sir Gradara , John said , The lame or Giangiotto , in accordance with the ruthless game of matrimonial alliances . Giangiotto in those years was mayor of Pesaro and a law at the time forbade the judge to bring his family in the city administration . Francesca , therefore , most likely resided in Gradara , both for its proximity to Pesaro , a half hour of riding, and because it was one of the most beautiful Malatesta fortresses and safe . Francesca , woman of singular grace , and of infinite Beltade was often alone for prolonged absences of her husband and was certainly appreciate the beautiful views of Paul, brother of Giangiotto . One day, however , the two young men came upon a reading that will mark their fate , the story of Lancelot and Guinevere : transported by the passion of literary lovers , Paolo and Francesca were unable to suppress their desire , and Paul finally ... the mouth kissed me all tremante.Galeotto was the book and he who wrote that day we read no more avante.I two lovers were surprised by Giangiotto them both pierced with a sword . Dante's Paolo and Francesca will place in the circle of the lustful , condemning them to eternal damnation but eternal memorial , elevating them to symbols of pure love and unconditional .


17 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Forlimpopoli, Roncofreddo, Cesenatico
La Rocca is located in the center of the city of Cesena, close to Piazza del Popolo. And 'situated on the top of the hill and surrounded by Garampo Memorial Park. The Fortress is characterized by its majestic size, to the stands for scenic and picturesque walkways internal to the suburbs. In the court included a fortified citadel, which includes two imposing buildings, the main tower (the keep or Female), in which today are exposed some armor and saddles (originals), which were used for the Carousel meeting and the Palatium (female), home to the Museum of the History of Agriculture. The construction of the fort began in 1380 starting with Jailbird Malatesta, will continue for its successors and Andrea Malatesta Novello, is completely renovated and completed in 1477, during the rule of the Pope. La Rocca is part of a wider tem of fortifications surrounding the city, a tem that has fascinated Leonardo da Vinci when staying at Cesena in the summer of 1502, commissioned by Cesare Borgia to inspect and review the fortifications of the conquered jurisdictions and improve defenses. His testimonies remain as some designs of the Rock (the walls of the Old Fortress and the New Fortress, the Rastelli, with the Porta Maestra), a complete survey of the walls of the city, notes on the customs and traditions of Romagna, pinned on his notebook, now housed at the Library of the Institute of France in Paris.


12 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Igea Marina, Rimini, Verucchio
Santarcangelo ( Sant'Arcanzal , Sant'Archenzli or Sant'Arcanzul in Romagna ) is an Italian town of 21,118 inhabitants in the province of Rimini , located on the Via Emilia , to the border with the province of Forli'- Cesena. It is the birthplace of Pope Clement XIV.Santarcangelo is watered by two rivers: the Uso and Marecchia , from which stems the homonymous valley : Val Marecchia . Ganganelli Square is the main point of the town : there stand out the arch dedicated to Lorenzo Ganganelli ( Pope Clement XIV) and the monument to the fallen of Boifava Bernardino . From the thirteenth century was dominated by accounts Ballocchi , family antiquitate generis et maiorum original glory perhaps Santarcangelo itself or, according to other sources unless credited , of Rimini, then ousted in the early fifteenth century by the Malatesta family , old enemies . The domain of Ballocchi had a conclusion with the heavy political defeats and the excommunication of its last member , Paul, removed from the control of the city by Pope Boniface IX and reduced the life of Chevalier private . Since 1971 in the month of July there is one of the most important festival of contemporary theater in Italy: the Santarcangelo Theatres - International Festival of Theatre in the Square. On November 11 , St. Martin, is the famous and oldest trade show , also called beaks . Lately it is ed, as a side event at the fair , the traditional running of the goats which should involve only those who have horns or who want to exorcise them . Another event that takes place in the city center is Flowery Balcony in mid-May Ganganelli Square and stairways are covered with flowering plants. Another party particularly strong but has lost some of its charm is the Feast of St. Michael on September 29 , also called the Feast or Bird House ( Chesa of Gazo'tt ) as was the custom exposure and the race singing of decoy birds , now replaced in part by the performances of the Dog Units of the Eagles of Rimini of Civil Protection. In Santarcangelo , from the 90s, has established the most consistent and artistically active community mutoide Europe.


39 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Civitella di Romagna, Forlė, Forlimpopoli
Predappio ( Pre' in the Romagna ) is a town of 6570 inhabitants in the province of Forli'- Cesena , about 15 km south of the capital , Forli' . From the geological point of view the origins of the land on which it stands the town of Predappio can be traced back to the period between the Miocene and Pliocene . The land is mostly made up spungone and pudding- and appears furrowed by ravines , the formations typical of clay soils very degraded . The landscape is extremely varied , characterized by the alternation of hill and plain, with bare bands and intensive cultivation of the vine, fruit, cereals and fodder. Interesting from the point of view of nature is also the area of the caves of Predappio Alta fraction which remained the capital of the territory until 1927, which , after having been the place of extraction of sulfur , today segnalana for the presence of stalactites, sulfur and rock sedimentary studded with fossils ; here, also , the famous artistic crib in the hills which each year attracts many visitors. The timberline is one of the factors of greatest charm of the landscape Predappio : near Predappio Alta stand the chestnut trees of Barberino , who for many years have fed them with the fruits of the local population; Monte Mirabello several hectares extends a forest of black pine in which the mushrooms grow abundant ; in various places , then , are some monumental trees , especially oaks and oaks, surveyed at the regional level as historic . The fauna is very rich : deer, foxes , wild pigs and small mammals inhabit the woods and fields of the area, as well as numerous species of birds, some of which are birds of prey.


45 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Frontino, San Sisto, Montecopiolo
  Brochure PDF
Welcome to Carpegna, unspoiled land of the Marche where for centuries the man feeds the good tradition of high-quality hams. Your visit to us very welcome, is a calm interlude in hurried and impersonal universe of the internet. A unique opportunity to learn about the history of an ancient mountain village became famous around the world for the value of his art and for its gentle climate, the lush vegetation of its Park and the temptations of his table. For a breath from Euro and air, a relaxing break, a moment of culture or even just out of curiosity, welcome to Carpegna, fertile land of a thousand pleasures. These include his inimitable ham, the only son of a maternal nature. Carpegna ham can be sliced with different techniques, depending on your taste. A hand with a knife, narrow, long and sharp along the muscle fibers of the meat to get a bigger share of the chewing cutting machine allows you to enjoy instead of thinner slices. It 'always advisable slicing the ham shortly before consuming it and protect it then with paper feed, to avoid that the air and the light will dry the surface, damaging it. Very important when cutting is not to eliminate the fat that, during aging, gives smoothness and softness to the entire thigh. With bone or boneless ham Carpegna is ready to be sliced at the first opportunity.


32 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Montecopiolo, Verucchio, Carpegna
The village is located on a spur of rock which dominates the Valmarecchia San Marino and the Marecchia . City of art has always been the historic capital of the Montefeltro (ancient name of St. Leo until the twelfth century ) , a place of passage of St. Francis and Dante , prison Felice Orsini and Cagliostro , San Leo also had the honor of being Italy's capital , or rather, the Kingdom of Italy Berengar II, who was defeated at Pavia in 961 AD by Otto I of Saxony and then fled to San Leo, where interest the siege for two years before handing the opponent. In the Italy joined the municipality of San Leo belonged to the Marche (Province of Pesaro and Urbino) until August 15, 2009, when he was seconded jointly with six other municipalities of the Valmarecchia in implementing the outcome of a referendum held on 17 and 18 December 2006. Against the change in the territorial Brands appealed to the Constitutional Court , but this one felt infondato.Visitare San Leo is not just discover the wonderful ancient stone buildings but also delving into the surrounding countryside where you can still see evidence of the ancient and glorious past, well mixed with the present. The core of the medieval town is characterized by the square around which unravel the main buildings of the social and religious life . We suggest a visit that starts from the ancient sacrificial pool , built into the rocks between the cathedral and tower, and then continue with the oldest monument of Christianity leontina , the church of Santa Maria Assunta and the Romanesque Cathedral and arrive with the Renaissance fortress . But the story and the art does not end there. You have the pleasant surprise that will take you to the landscapes of Piero della Francesca.


Loc. RIMINI - MARCHE  Navigatore
18 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Santa Giustina, Igea Marina, Riccione
The Bridge of Augustus and Tiberius, commonly known as the Tiberius Bridge, Rimini was built during the era of ancient Rome. Its construction began in A.D. 14 under the rule of Augustus and the end of the work took place in 21 AD, under the rule of Tiberius. Today it is present in the emblem of the city. Built in Istria stone as the Arc, it also incorporates understated style and at the same time harmonious. The property consists of 5 round arches with newsagents blind between the taxes of the arches. The magnitude of these bows varies increasingly as we move towards the center, where there is the greatest arc. From the bridge, then spending two consular roads Via Emilia who came to Piacenza and Via Popilia-Annia who came up to Aquileia. At the edge of the pavement, presents some slabs of stone with Latin inions. The presence of two notches resembling the footprint of the goat-footed, on the balustrade placed upstream side, helped to spread the legend of yet another Devil's Bridge. More likely, it could be recesses for fixing of pulleys used to hoist materials from the boats that came up under the bridge. The legend that the Tiberius Bridge was the only bridge in the city navigating the river Marecchia that during the Second World War, the German armed forces were unable to break down despite repeated attempts was then denied: we have in fact his salvation to the good sense of a German officer who had the good taste not to explode mines, because it was useless at that point of the war, destroying a bridge than 2000 years old. Still, the bridge is part of the urban road network, and is open to normal traffic, except for heavy vehicles.


30 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Misano Adriatico, Cattolica, Gabicce mare
  Brochure PDF
Riccione is common in the Italian province of Rimini The origins of tourism in Riccione date to the late nineteenth century, when they begin to rise in the city elegant residences used by wealthy people who arrived on the spot by means of the railway line Bologna - Ancona fully operational around the last two decades of the nineteenth century . In 1880 the Count Giacinto Soleri Martinelli , after buying a strip of land from the ditch Martinelli current Ceccarini , gave way to the first subdivisions intended for buildings for the holiday , planning a garden city project similar to the one already implemented the Marina di Rimini A decisive mark on the city you have to spouses Ceccarini and especially to his wife , Mary Borman, of U.S. origin , which was dedicated a plaque in the nineties sullungospiaggia that bears his name , which, widow her husband's doctor , he gave a significant economic contribution to the construction of the city hospital , and for many other important social initiatives . In his honor, a statue was erected , installed October 9, 2012 . The statue was created on the initiative of Famija Arciunesa by the sculptor Leonardo Lucchi Cesena . While the First World War was raging , Riccione underwent seismic swarm , which ended with the terrible crash of August 16, 1916 , which devastated the town . Riccione after the war began a surprising recovery , accelerated after the liberation from the town of Rimini as a result of the Royal Decree of 19 October 1922. So in this year of 1922 Riccione ceases to be a part of the municipality of Rimini and become an independent municipality . The beach of Riccione , its perfect organization, the professionalism and friendliness of its staff are world famous . The 135 establishments offer every morning the spectacle of a beach crisp and neat, 41 rescue stations ensure the safety of tourists, the shade of umbrellas and tents among some 3,500 lives every visitor 's dream of a long awaited holiday as fulfilling. And then the holidays, the areas dedicated to sports , the baby point and whatever else your imagination dreams and reality confirmation . More than a beach : the beach of Riccione. The Baths of Riccione offer their guests a wide range of services ranging from the possibility to rent sun loungers and parasols , changing rooms , the toilet and the shower to cool off, and available to all the inevitable .


45 Km from NETTUNO
  Area San Sisto, Frontino, Montecopiolo
The Natural Park of Sasso Simone and Simoncello of 4,847 hectares, is located in the provinces of Pesaro-Urbino and Rimini, bordering the natural reserve of the same name, which falls in the Tuscan town of Sestino (AR); including the ancient territory of Montefeltro, is 40 km from the coast. The landscape is hilly-mountainous, is concerned by the findings of Sasso Simone and Simoncello Channel Monte, Monte Palazzolo with altitudes between 670 m asl and the 1415 m s.l.m. of Mount Carpegna peak of the park and the watershed between the Foglia Valley and Val Marecchia.


12 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Cesenatico, Igea Marina, Cesena
Cervia is one of the most famous seaside resorts in the Adriatic Sea. Here you can enjoy many sports individual and collective nine kilometers long on the beach as the beach volleyball tournaments organized in the appropriate fields erected on the beach. Thanks to the many schools of sailing and surfing newbies will be able to learn and enjoy water sports in complete safety thanks to the presence of the best instructors in the field. Nearby Services: -Bar -Rental equipment for water sports -Restaurant -Parking


33 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Cervia, Cotignola, Lugo
Ravenna is one of the provincial capitals Emilia and is located in north-eastern plain of the region a few kilometers from the Adriatic Sea so that was formerly a seaside town. Today is an important industrial center although retains a great interest thanks to the famous monuments and Byzantine mosaics. Ravenna was a settlement before then Umbrian and Etruscan was colonized by the Romans in sec. BC II In 402 it was chosen by Honorius as the capital of the Roman Empire and became a crossing point between the Byzantine and Roman culture. With the fall of Ravenna became the capital of the kingdom of Odoacer and Theodoric and 553-751 was the symbol of Byzantine power in Italy. the invasion of the Lombards in 540 marked the end of Byzantine political unity and from there began a period of decline for Ravenna. The city regained its former glory with the advent of the Venetians in 400 who created many works of architecture and urban planning. With the three centuries of the Papal States from the sixteenth the city fell into a new state of disrepair, with some lecture in the 700 as the opening of the port-channel Corsini and the deviation of the courses of the rivers Ronco and Montone. After the Second World War were discovered methane fields which, while creating environmental damage, favored the new city development.


38 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Cattolica, Gradara, Granarola
  Brochure PDF
In the most northern part of the Adriatic coast, on the border with Emilia Romagna there is a charming village located amidst the wonders of nature: the location of Gabicce Monte. It stands on a promontory near the small bay of Gabicce, the last stretch of the Gulf of Rimini, from which it is possible to have an extremely wide viewing: the town of Cesenatico, Rimini with its majestic skyscraper, Porto Verde and the sweet hills of the Marche. Thanks to this natural heritage, Gabicce Monte is the only place to put together the sea, hills and natural park, with the result of a surprisingly varied landscape and a unique atmosphere. The country is striking, on the streets of the small village you can meet sports like cycling, hiking and who want to experience the thrill in the Park of Monte San Bartolo. Gabicce Monte is a country on a human scale, where you can move easily on foot, taking relaxing walks, away from the traffic and chaos. For this reason it is popular destination for families with children, as well as couples looking for romantic views. From Monte Gabicce you can take for example the Path of Coppo completely immersed in nature, through which takes you directly to the marine area and in the middle of the journey we meet an old source, the source of Coppo, from which flows a 'water with excellent beneficial and healing properties. The town has significance as well as geographical, historical well. The origin goes back to a community that lived around 909 in the Church of St. Hermes, which still stands today at the entrance of the village. Inside the Church of Sant'Ermete are preserved some relics and precious chandeliers reflecting the richness of the furnishings that decorated the first of the many depredations suffered at different times. Among the most important works are inside the place of worship, the painting of the Madonna del Latte, which comes from the Marche school of the fifteenth century and a wooden crucifix dating from the fourteenth century and belongs to the school of Rimini. At that time the top of the hill was probably already fortified: a testimony of what a 998 document appointing him, with the Latin phrase Castellum Ligabitii from the name of the feudal Ligabitio. The small group of houses that surround the square Valbruna is all that remains of the ancient village of Monte Gabicce


42 Km from NETTUNO
Altitude: 363 mt. a.s.l.  Area Frontino, Montecopiolo, San Sisto
The Montefeltro (from Late Latin Mons Coffin , appeared in the Carolingian age ) is a historical region of northern and central at the turn of the Marche ( north of the province of Pesaro and Urbino ), Emilia -Romagna (to the west of the province of Rimini ) , Tuscany (to the east of the province of Arezzo ) and the Republic of San Marino. The territory of Montefeltro is characterized by the presence of fortresses and castles, some of which are among the most interesting in Italy. The most important and impressive structure is the fortress of San Leo, which stands on top of a rocky outcrop Also remember , the castle of Belforte all'Isauro with the imprint of Francesco di Giorgio Martini , the fortified palace of the principles of Carpegna - falconers in Carpegna , the castle of the counts in the historic center of Oliva Piandimeleto , the strong Malatesta Monte cerignone , overlooking the landscape Montefeltro , the towers of San Marino in San Marino city , built by the republic, and the Rocca Fregoso Sant'Agata Feltria , the Malatesta castle of Serravalle , the Rock of Sassocorvaro , shaped like a turtle , the work of Francis Giorgio Martini , the imposing castle of the counts of Petrangolini Tavoleto . The Montefeltro of Urbino coincides with the homonymous mountain community , to Rimini with the Mountain Community High Valmarecchia . The latter territory was separated from the Marches in 2009, following the outcome of the referendum held in common so interested dicembre2006 and 17-18 at the end of the next parliamentary process . Macerata Feltria is nestled in a green valley , on the border between the Marche , Romagna and Tuscany, in the heart of the Montefeltro and shows a landscape of great beauty. A prime land to its geographical location, climate, natural resources and cultural , together with the richness of its thermal springs , make it an ideal place for a full recovery of health and complete relaxation of the person. Among the historical and architectural stand out : the castle (XI -XIV century ), which still preserves a Romanesque tower and remains of walls thirteenth-fourteenth century , the Romanesque church of San Francesco , built in the fourteenth century and rebuilt in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries , with a Gothic portal and frescoes of the fifteenth century .


33 Km from NETTUNO
Altitude: -0 mt. a.s.l.  Area Cattolica, Riccione, Gabicce mare
  Brochure PDF
The seaside resort on the Adriatic Riviera of Romagna lies between Riccione and Cattolica, 15 km south of Rimini. Why visit Ideal for a family holiday, Misano Adriatico is a destination for many sports attracted from demonstrations and meetings organized periodically. With the marina Portoverde (1.5 km) cozy Mediterranean-style complex where you can stay and moor the boat, maybe just below the house, Misano is distinguished in the field of nautical tourism while the modern racetrack Misano World Circuit touristy gives adrenaline lovers speed with the exciting thrill motorcycle and car racing. Pedestrian areas colored by evening markets, a golden beach and tranquil islands of green in the center complete the picture of this location. When to go and what to see A great beach three kilometers long, the walk along the beautiful promenade refurbished, the roar of the engines of the circuit, the dock full of pleasure craft, the tranquility of the countryside and the hills, plant and equipment for all types of sports are the main attractions in Misano Adriatico, a seaside resort that has made active holiday its strong point. With the Misano World Circuit, the track recently refurbishing to host MotoGP, Misano Adriatico is a destination every month of the year for motoring enthusiasts. The calendar is full of events of two wheels as the Superbike in June and September and also in the MotoGP races as the unique challenges of trucks (European Truck Racing Championship) in May. Inside the track there is also the driving school headed by former Formula 1 driver Siegfried Stohr. In places Portoverde, the dock can accommodate over three hundred and fifty pleasure boats and is equipped with facilities and services to ensure an easy landing, storage, custody, maintenance and repair of all types of boat. Here is also a tourist complex with villas, cottages and apartments of all sizes, surrounded by greenery, fully pedestrianized. The walk under the arches follow the perimeter of the bay which is surrounded by swimming pools, parks, shops, meeting places open during the summer season.


18 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Santa Giustina, Igea Marina, Riccione
  Brochure PDF
The territory of low-Romagna, has always been a vantage point for the study of crops and vegetation in whole. Among the characteristics of plants more temperate climate, the olive tree is an essence attested on this soil since prehistoric times. The size of its presence in the time you have amended in response to climate changes and to resulting swing of its northern limit of expansion. From the age Villanovan least, the presence of the olive in the Rimini area can be said to be ongoing. The deep roots of the olive in his territory is witnessed from its persistent presence in the difficult phase of history which sees the fall of the empire, the unfolding of the invasions barbarian, the agricultural crisis buoyancy. In the late Middle Ages, numerous archival sources signal the presence of scattered olive trees, olive groves or real and their campaigns at the hilly Santarcangelo di Romagna. After a thousand outnumber cards that testify to the spread of the olive within Rimini. The documentation notary next (especially the fifteenth) confirms the weight of the olive in the whole territory, with special luck on the hills. In the late Middle Ages, is an eloquent testimony to his thanks to the widespread presence of the oil mills and stocks present in the castles of Santarcangelo di Romagna and in nearly everyone of Rimini. Subsequently ups and downs, determined by a series of climatic events, favorable or not, led to the crisis of early nineteenth century, the resumption of the thirties, and so on.


26 Km from NETTUNO
Altitude: 31 mt. a.s.l.  Area Forlė, Cesena, Predappio
The fortress of Forlimpopoli or Albornoz fortress , in memory of her builder , is a fortress that overlooks Piazza Garibaldi on today in the city of Forlimpopoli . The fortress was built in the years between 1360 and 1365 by Cardinal Albornoz , Cardinal which the Pope entrusted the reconquest of the lands of Romagna. Even before the arrival of Albornoz in Forlimpopoli there was a fortress guarding the city walls. In 1356 Ordelaffi they provided to restore and strengthen the fortifications of the city, but in 1360 Cardinal Albornoz , at the head of the papal troops , after a long siege, destroyed almost the entire city allowing troops loot the houses and slay inhabitants. The fortress was rebuilt on the foundations of previous and incorporating existing buildings , such as the old church that served as the cathedral. Within a few years the structure is already virtually completed so that Anglico de Grimoard , in his Deio provinciae Romandiolae 1371 the appointment rock Salvaterra . After the period albornoziano , the city passes back under the domain of the Ordelaffi and one of these , Sinibaldo Ordelaffi made to strengthen the structure . After the construction, the fortress Sinibaldo gave to his son Pino Ordelaffi who, dying, left him an inheritance in 1402 to his brother Francis. The fortress has a quadrangular shape and is equipped with four circular ramparts places in each of the corners . The southern curtain is reinforced by the tower that guards the entrance below . For this purpose , in order to strengthen the positions at the entrance , was erected a lunette that would strengthen access to the fortress. Of this rivellino destroyed with time, not a trace remains . The two towers that look to the east currently have a circular shape , but archaeological excavations have revealed the primitive forms, and had a polygonal shape only in the middle of the fifteenth century were transformed circular that still remain .


36 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Gabicce mare, Misano Adriatico, Gradara
The beach of Cattolica is one of the busiest of the Adriatic coast, which is why this seaside town is nicknamed the Queen of the Adriatic. Catholic is frequented by families with small children that young people and offers services and entertainment for all. Nearby Services: -Bar -Restaurant -Parking -Equipment Hire


22 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Santa Giustina, San Leo, Roncofreddo
An area donated to the WWF Oasis to make way forever and protect the woods , the river , the farmhouse and the adjoining park. The Oasis Ca' Brigida is located in Valmarecchia , in the municipality of Verucchio (Rn) , on the border with the state of the Republic of San Marino. The area of the oasis stretches for 14 hectares in a diverse environment that fosters the spread of many plant and animal species . environment Average hill , diversified, with rooms situated mosaic characterized by forest vegetation in the valley and along the two sides, alternating hedges and fallow in evolution. There are reforestation of deciduous and coniferous trees and vegetation park at Ca' Brigida . The Rio Felisina , a tributary of Marecchia , through the Oasis for about 500 meters. Flora and fauna Inside the reserve vegetation due to water courses is distributed in the valley along the Rio Felisina . The bank vegetation has a good character of naturalness and includes various species including the black poplar , white willow , field maple , hazel, large crabgrass , sedge pendula . The soil rich in nutrients favors the spread of comfrey , the gigaro , the pulmonary , ferns and horsetails . The wood of the right side shows characters distinctly thermophilic and Mediterranean , with oak, ash, coronilla , viburnum vat, privet , mock privet , buckthorn , asparagus . There are several species of wild orchids , particularly along the left side . The Rio Felisina is an important wetland for the reproduction of amphibians , especially the common toad and frog agile. The reptiles include the Aesculapius , the rat snake and the grass snake . The avifauna is very rich : dall'upupa the stiff neck, the bluethe green woodpecker and nuthatch . Among the birds of prey buzzards and kestrels , and among the nocturnal owl and the owl . Among the mammals are deer, porcupine, badger, hare , fox , marten .


FORLI'  Apri
33 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Forlimpopoli, Predappio, Faenza
Forli', Livii Forum in Latin, also called Forlivio, Forli, or similar variants, in ancient Italian) is an Italian town of 118652 inhabitants, capital of the province of Forli'-Cesena in Romagna. In particular, Forli' is the language center of the local dialect (the term he uses Dante Alighieri''s De vulgari eloquentia is meditullium). The episcopal see of the Diocese of Forli'-Bertinoro. After having been, from the beginning of the Kingdom of Savoy and Italy for most of the twentieth century, the capital of the province of Forli', name under which it was included also the territory of Rimini, Cesena from 1992 shares with the name of the province, which still remains unique Forli' capital. The city is also known by the nickname dialect Zitadon, the Cittadone, to be long been the most populous city of the Romagna region (for example, it was at the time of Italian unification). The story was also called by the name of Livia. Forli is located in the historical region of Romagna, which is, as Dante says in De Vulgari eloquentia, meditullium, the central area. This record is, therefore, also language in the sense that Forlivese is the typical Romagnolo dialect: spoken in the other, hand in hand we move away from the center of the linguistic region, are gradually losing some of the features. The city, founded according to tradition, in 188 BC, in 2012-2013 will celebrate its 22 centuries of life. The historic Sigismund Marchesi, however, predates the foundation to 208 BC According to tradition, the zodiac sign of Capricorn is the Forli'.


18 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Cesena, Verucchio, Santa Giustina
The aged cheese is also called pecorino cheese, cheese in the pit and Amber Talamello. Milk: pasteurized sheep and to a lesser extent goat's milk and cow's milk if necessary. In fat and calories: Fossa cheese contains 45% fat, but it tastes so decided to flavor many dishes with a minimal amount of calories because it takes only a few grams. Origin: Fossa cheese is produced in Emilia Romagna in the town of Rimini and Forli (Sogliano the Rubicon); Umbria is produced in Citta' di Castello, Gubbio, Splinter, and Pascelupo Costacciaro; Marche is produced in the provinces of Pesaro (Talamello Cartoceto). Season: all year round. Traceability: the media. Storage: Store in a refrigerator at + 4, + 8 ° C. Features: aged cheese is a fat cheese, crumbly, tasty and very intense scent; its aroma recalls the scent of wild berries, wood, truffles and musk; its flavor is distinctive and unique and goes from sweet to spicy. History: The aged cheese is old and especially typical of Sogliano the Rubicon in Forlinese and known since the fifteenth century. Its name comes from the fact that farmers in the region used to hide under the ground, four or five feet deep, in hollow tuff, to save him from marauding bandits. Production: the cheese pit mature for two or three months in the open air; Then, in August, are wrapped in white sheets, placed in a bag, twenty or twenty-five at a time, wrapped in hay and stored in pits tuff-shaped flasks, about 3 feet deep for two in diameter, where the temperature hovers around 20 ° C and there is a degree of humidity of '80-90%. Before being filled, the pits are clean burning straw and twigs and then coated straw and reeds to favor the dripping of the whey of the cheese and avoid contact with the walls of the pit. Having stowed bags of cheese in it, these are closed with wooden lids and, according to tradition, the cheese caves are closed for 90 days in August and remain there until November 25, the day of St. Catherine. In the kitchen: in order to better enjoy the taste of the cheese of the pit is preferable to take it for a few hours at room temperature. This cheese, eaten by itself, is really great, but even in the kitchen is a real wild card: the combination with honey enhances the taste and it's great to be accompanied by fruit compote called 'savor', a preparation of grape must cooked long with various types of fruit, with either fresh or dried fruit. It 'also a perfect seasoning to add flavor to pasta, risotto, gnocchi and ravioli dish au gratin and vegetable-based. It goes well with red wine sweet, such as Valpolicella and Bardolino. Upcoming: Cartoceto (PU), the opening of the pit occurs on the last Sunday of November, a day of great celebration for the country and for the lovers of this unforgettable cheese. A Sogliano the Rubicon (FC), the pits are open on the day of St. Catherine, November 25, the day when the streets of this country are filled with the fragrant smell of pecorino cheese. Overall, we can say that the aged cheese comes with irregular shapes and intoxicating for its unique flavor and aroma that make it unique not only to experts in the field; with regard to the color, it approaches the straw then a hue of light yellow to traits similar to that of the straw. Tough and strong, his pasta. At the turn of the month of August and beginning of September begins the infossatura of aged cheese while sfossatura happens once the curing period: that's when the cover is removed from the pit and traditionally this time is done coincide with the second half of November (more precisely the 25th of the month and day of St. Catherine of Alexandria).


25 Km from NETTUNO
Altitude: 2 mt. a.s.l.  Area Forlė, Cesena, Predappio
From Forli', the routes of the pilgrims crossed through the Apennines along several roads among which one that crossed through the Bidente (or Ronco) Valley, and that passed by the nearby Forlimpopoli. Forlimpopoli - Servi Church - Foto by Matteo BondiThe town is located in the plains along the pathway of the via Emilia and it also boasts of Roman origins. It was founded by the Roman Consol Popilio Lenate in 132 BC with the name of Forum Popili (Popilio's Forum), from which it got its present name. The most imposing historic building of Forlimpopoli is most definitely the medieval fortress, in the center of Piazza Garibaldi. Built at the end of the 1300s, on the ruins of the ancient cathedral of S. Maria Popiliense, the fortress still has its massive forms built in the following century. Excavation finds and elements of the cathedral that disappeared are on display in the Archeological Civic Museum set up inside the fortress. An example of the architecture from the 6th century is the S. Ruffillo Collegiate Church, which houses the relics of the Saint, the first bishop of Forlimpopoli. It was redone during the 1400s and restored in 1821. From the town, one went out along a Roman route quite well documented in medieval sources, which hit upon the towns of Meldola, Cusercoli, Galeata, and Santa Sofia one after the other, and then joined up with that of the Savio Valley in Bagno di Romagna, a hot springs location already well known in antiquity.


40 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Predappio, San Piero In Bagno, Bagno di Romagna
Cesena is an Italian town of 97,603 inhabitants in the province of Forli'-Cesena in the Emilia-Romagna region. It is located on the Via Emilia (about 18 km southeast of Forli', 30 km north-west of Rimini and 35 km south of Ravenna) in a geographic area characterized by the presence of many companies operating in the agricultural, culinary, fitness, technology, the existence of numerous spas and high quality of life. It is known as the City of Three Popes, even if it gave birth to only two Popes (Pius VI and Pius VII), and was home to the bishopric of two others (Pius VIII and Benedict XIII)


42 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Gradara, Gabicce mare, Cattolica
Gradara Castle is a medieval fortress that is located in the town of Gradara, in the Marche. It is protected by two city walls, the outermost of which stretches for almost 800 meters, making it the imposing structure. Particularly striking is the view of the Rock and the underlying historical village at night. The castle - State property - is one of the most visited monuments in the region and is the scene of museum events, musical and artistic. Gradara was, by geographical position, since ancient times a crossroads of traffic and people: during the medieval fortress was one of the main theaters of clashes between militias loyal to the papacy and the turbulent families Romagna and Marche. The Rock would have been the back - according to some historical hypotheses - the tragic love between Paolo and Francesca, his brother's wife Gianciotto, sung by Dante in his Divine Comedy.


39 Km from NETTUNO
  Area Carpegna, San Leo, Frontino
The Regional Natural Park of Sasso Simone and Simoncello is located in the heart of the Montefeltro, in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, and the municipalities of Carpegna (home of the Park), Frontinus, Montecopiolo, Pennabili, Pian di Orchard and Pietrarubbia. With its 4,847 acres, was established in 1996, and includes the findings of Sasso Simone and Simoncello, Monte and Monte Carpegna Palazzolo, with peaks that do not exceed 1,500 meters. The park occupies an important position in the historic town of Sasso, built by Cosimo I de 'Medici to control this peripheral area of the state. This fortress was to serve as a fortress city and therefore to about 50 houses that formed were joined warehouses for weapons and ammunition, was abandoned in the early 1600s due to their inability to survive at altitudes so high and still today, uninhabited offers refuge for wildlife. What characterizes most of the park is the diversity among the limestone hills and the rolling hills of clay composition; Monte Carpegna fact can be seen as an outcrop of limestone protruding from a base of clay. The area surrounding the two stones is covered by a large 800-hectare forest of prevailing turkey, but are also popular black and white hornbeam, beech, ilfrassino, maple and mountain ash mountain and home. On Mount Carpegna and on the eastern slopes of Sasso Simone are forests dinoccioli and maples, which in the fall season offer a spectacular visual panorama. Beech and fir trees covered the heights of Mount Carpegna, but have been the subject of ancient deforestation and gave way to grasslands painted by many species of orchids, from the beautiful stellaria and various types of buttercups. As for the herbaceous species in the park are mountain cornflowers, lilies of S. John Turk's cap lilies and anemones trifogliati, on the walls of the Sassi grow wild carnations, bluebells and rare Ieraci. The Park Authority has managed to further enhance the park already has a rich artistic heritage and environmental setting up visits and guided tours that will satisfy everyone from the naturalist, impassioned history, the enthusiast of gastronomy.



Emilia Romagna lies between the River Po to the north and the Apennine mountains to the south. It is one of the most fertile and productive regions of Italy also thanks to the effect of the Adriatic Sea mitigating the coastal climate. The variety between the mountains and the sea allows Emilia Romagna to offer its visitors breathtaking views, wonders for the eyes and for the spirit in a mixture of earthy colors and aromas, seaside happiness, music, cinema and art, all in one region. Many who love the combination of sea, sun and entertainment choose the Romagna Riviera. Having the longest beach in Europe, visitors flock to enjoy the richness offered by its sports and leisure facilities. Towns like Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica are higly geared for tourists reception, emphasising relaxation and providing lots of entertainment. Further from the coast, the beautiful landscape offered by the Apennines may for instance be best appreciated horse-riding or walking in the area between Parma and Piacenza or by visiting the splendid parks and wonderful nature reserves. The hinterland has several spas like Salsomaggiore and Bagno di Romagna, offering a wide range of proposals, thanks to the many types of waters springing in this region and the modern equipments, technologies and professionalism of the facilities, enhancing the experience of traditional thermal baths. Both culinary and artistic culture found fertile soil in this land and their roots run deep here. This is the land of Verdi's novels and Pascoli's poetry, as well as Fellini's unmistakable cinema, a director who became a myth, his many masterpieces having come to life in this, his native region. In Emilia Romagna, you can enjoy amazing views anywhere; the list of places to choose from is endless. The provinces of the region are: Bologna (regional capital), Ferrara, Forli-Cesena, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Rimini. Emilia Romagna borders the third smallest European Country, the Republic of San Marino.