The town of Cesenatico

Cesenatico is a characteristic place of the Riviera that combines history, culture and good living. In the small and picturesque old town you can still breathe the atmosphere of the ancient fishing village, between the canal port designed by Leonardo Da Vinci and the alleys where there are museums, restaurants, markets and suggestive clubs. The ancient center is the right place for a relaxing walk and the beach is perfect for relaxation, the hinterland lends itself to food and wine and cycle tourism itineraries that, starting from Cesenatico, cross the whole of Romagna.

In addition to lovers of fun combined with culture and good food, Cesenatico is the ideal destination for families with children and for those looking for quality beach services and accommodation facilities.

Not to be missed…

• Visit the Maritime Museum with its two sections: the floating one in the ancient canal port, where it is possible to visit the trabaccoli, ancient boats, and the land one, with the history of maritime technologies and the exhibition of some wrecks of the 17th century.
• Listening to the concerts at dawn, which in summer take place on the beach of Cesenatico and are a very romantic and dreamlike experience.
• The “Great rustida of the fishermen” (14 August).
• Go to the beach at the tamarisk beach, a vegetal oasis in Valverde, born from the idea of creating a renaturalized and low environmental impact beach, characterized by the presence of tamarisks (trees and hedges).
• Piazza Brides of the Sailors.
• Visit the Conserve, ancient wells where fish were kept.
• Go to the Nove Colli, at the end of May, an international competition that attracts cyclists and enthusiasts from all over the world to compete along the roads of the Romagna Apennines.


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