Romagna, thanks to its territorial conformation, is the perfect place to unite a “sun and sea” vacation with one of culture and nature. During your beach vacation it would be really interesting to dedicate a little time to discover the territory surrounding it. A land of grand eco history, capable of bringing together the lively rhythm of the coast with a reflection of its hilly landscapes, ready to welcome you and show you their wonders.
A massive rock belt of sea cliffs in a sloping Apennine sea landscape, an overlapping of antique houses set in superb rock with an ocellated bell tower. An intertwining of history and legend, sacred and profane, horrid prisons and placid church parishes - all of this in San Leo.
The Republic of San Marino, is a real, separate State within the confines of Italy and a heavily visited tourist destination. A walk through its narrow streets lined with characteristic shops, panoramas and shows of ceremonies of State, make it a place to see at least once
Small Medieval city where the Maletestian Castle rises, seat of the richest collection of modern and contemporary art in the “Tito Balestra Foundation” region. In this beautiful little town one can also find the Museum of Epoch music records, the collection of Masks from Theatre Art Plays and the Territory Museum.
Ravenna preserves in its splendid monuments the proof of the role it has played in politics, in commercial trade and art in different civilizations.
Particularly during the Roman Imperial period and the shining season when it became the center of the Oriental empire which left the city with an extraordinary collection of basilicas, baptisteries, and mausoleums.
At the centre of Romagna’s planes there are two twin hills, one covered with trees and vines called Monte Maggio and the other, also green, is rich with walls, towers and antique houses: the town of Bertinoro. The panorama you can see from Piazza della Libertà is breath-taking; your view will range from S. Marino’s three pinnacles to Bologna’s two towers, the Adriatic sea even as far as the Croatian coast.