Cesenatico and the surrounding area
THE PLACE WHERE TRADITION INTERTWINES WITH MODERN LIVING AND THE SEAFARING LIFE
An ancient sea port.
The ancient Canal Port designed by Leonardo Da Vinci
A land of seafaring traditions, in Cesenatico you can stroll along the old canal port, which was designed by Leonardo da Vinci, and discover all its unusual features.
Come and visit the land and sea section of the renowned marine museum.
Glimpses of city life
Experience the traditions of a seaside town, discover around every corner new glimpses of a town that has always been renowned for its warm welcome…
many small details will enrich your holidays.
Nature is the protagonist of beautiful landscapes.
Switch between the beach and long walks along flowery avenues, or relax in the small shaded gardens by the sea while the children play in complete safety.
The beauty of Cesenatico is that it is family-friendly and an excellent place to relax.
AT THE END OF THE QUAY
Breath-taking walks, the view takes in the horizon.
The old huts by the sea, many of which have been restored and turned into excellent fish restaurants, frame the quay of Cesenatico, adding a fascinating touch to the surrounding landscape.
A walk to the end of the pier at sunset is a must.
Things to see:
- Maritime Museum
- Marino Moretti’s House
- Pantani Museum
- Statue of Marco Pantani
- Sea Gardens
- Canal Port
- Typical Shops in the old town
- Night clubs
- Piazzetta delle Conserve
- Dawn Concerts
- Zadina Pinewood
- Vena Mazzarini
- Sea Huts
What to see also in the surrounding area
Ravenna is a city in Emilia Romagna which is known for the colourful mosaics that adorn many of the buildings in the old town, such as the Basilica of San Vitale, which has an octagonal plan, the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo, which dates back to the 6th Century, and the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, which has a cross-shaped plan. North of the centre lies the Mausoleum of Theodoric, built in the 6th Century for King Theodoric the Great. It is a round Gothic stone funeral building with a monolithic dome.
Nine castles that are full of history, countless art treasures and a medieval atmosphere that winds through the streets and alleys of the Republic, and more besides, including: museums, monuments, squares, and shops, markets, and amusement parks… All of this makes up the Republic of San Marino.
It is located inland from Rimini in the southern part of Emilia Romagna, enclosed by Tuscany, the Marche, and the Republic of San Marino.
The town lies halfway between the sea and the hills. Crossed by the Via Emilia and washed by the River Savio, the Malatesta Fortress, the Malatesta Library, and Piazza del Popolo with the characteristic Masini Fountain are all places to visit.
Things you really must see in Rimini: the Old Town, the Tiberius Bridge, the Malatesta Temple, the “Luigi Tonini” City Museum, the Old Fish Market, the district of Borgo San Giuliano, Italia in Miniatura, and the Augustus Arch.
The old town, which is surrounded by walls, is still intact and magnificent along with its castle, which was the setting of the tragic love story between Paolo and Francesca, recounted by Dante in the “Divine Comedy”.