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The Romagna area inland from the Adriatic Riviera is a place of extraordinary beauty with a fascinating past. Just a short distance away you can find beautiful towns and cities, full of historic and natural charms.

Nature, culture and fine food

The best of our region

The traditions and culture of our region are still very important to us. Leave behind the busy seaside resorts and head inland, where you will discover a tranquil area dotted with typical Italian villages notable for their forts, citadels, and splendid mediaeval castles.
A visit to San Marino is a must, the world’s smallest and oldest republic which offers incredible views and scenery. Or there is magnificent Ravenna, with its churches and basilicas which are home to precious Byzantine mosaics.


Located in the heart of Romagna just 15 km from Forlì and 25 km from Cervia, Bertinoro sits on top of a hill with views over the plains as far as the sea. 

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Cesena: city of the Malatestas

Considered to be one of the most important artistic gems in Romagna, it lies between Ravenna, Forlì, the Adriatic Sea and the Apennines mountains.

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Faenza: between the sea and the hills

Located halfway between Bologna (50 km) and Rimini (65 km), at the junction with the road between Ravenna (32 km) and Florence (100 km), Faenza has been an important political and cultural crossroads since 1300.

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Forlimpopoli lies on the plains at the foot of the Apennines, around 25 km from the Adriatic Riviera. 

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Ravenna: a treasure trove of art, history, and culture

Just a few kilometres inland from the Adriatic Sea and about 20 km north of Cervia, Ravenna not only boasts an extraordinary wealth of historical heritage, it is also seen as a relaxing and enjoyable destination thanks to its proximity to the Adriatic Riviera.

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Rimini, the classic Italian holiday

At the southern end of Romagna, squeezed between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine mountains, Rimini has been a favourite holiday destination for Italians for more than 160 years. 

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Russi is a small town close to Ravena, just 40 km from Cesena and 35 km from Cervia. 

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The ancient village of San Leo

In the hills inland from San Marino and the Adriatic Riviera, there is the charming artistic capital of San Leo. 

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San Marino

The world’s smallest and oldest Republic, recognised by UNESCO, is only 10 km from Rimini, atop Monte Titano.

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Santarcangelo di Romagna

The ancient Mediaeval town of Santarcangelo is 10 km north of Rimini and 30km south of Cervia, a walled citadel built on top of a small hill, a perfect example of an ancient Italian fortified village.

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Poggio Torriana

The villages of Poggio Berni and Torriana stand on an upland area overlooking the Riviera and the plains around Rimini.

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Monte Busca Volcano

Discover the world’s smallest volcano

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