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If you are on holiday on the Riviera and, in addition to enjoying the sun and the beaches, you want to go hiking to discover

the Romagna hinterland, here is a list of the main places to visit:


Founded by the Romans as a colony under Latin law in 268 BC on a pre-existing settlement, built between the Ausa and Marecchia rivers.

It becomes an important road junction and was elevated to the status of Town Hall; Cesere Ottaviano Augusto paid particular attention to the city by having some of the most important monuments built, the Arch of Augustus and the Tiberius Bridge.

In the Middle Ages the Lordship of the Malatesta, from the walls of their castle, transformed it into a thriving place of art and culture.

The great director Federico Fellini, who was born here and lived until his youth, celebrated the city of Rimini in his films, making the world aware of places like the Grand Hotel and Borgo San Giuliano.

The city therefore presents itself with the different profiles of a historic city, full of art and beauty and a seafaring city.


This town offers the visitor curiosities and historical testimonies.

Unique and of rare architectural beauty are the tuff caves dug inside the Colle Jovis throughout the historic center.

The atmosphere is that of a large village but with an eye to modernity; the care of the houses, palaces, squares make it a pleasant location for a walk.

Of particular interest are the narrow streets called "contrade", the Collegiate Church, the Clock Tower, the Malatesta Fortress, the Romanesque Pieve, Piazza Ganganelli.

Here important personalities were born including the poet and screenwriter Tonino Guerra, the painter Guido Cagnacci, the actor Paolo Carlini.


Village of medieval origin with a castle perched on the top of a rugged cliff in a strategic position on the Marecchia valley.

The legend of Azzurrina is known, according to which it is said that a ghost of a small 8-year-old girl wanders among the secret rooms of the castle.


Perhaps the best known and most celebrated of the Montefeltro fortresses, the Rocca di San Leo stands out, in an impregnable position, on the top of a rock overlooking the Marecchia valley.

The fort has existed since Roman times and today has a Renaissance layout due to the Sienese architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini, to whom Federico da Montefeltro entrusted the task of adapting the fortress to the new firearms.

Count Cagliostro was also held in prison in the fortress.


The Republic is considered the oldest in the world.

The small capital contains a historical museum and architectural heritage of inestimable value.

The historic center, enclosed within fortified walls, offers the possibility of an intricate path between districts of distant times, countless corners and panoramic views of incomparable beauty, paths that climb up to meet the three towers, the Rocca, the Cesta, the Montale , which rise at the highest point of Monte Titano and which, like sentinels, watch over the walls.

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