• Rimini Life

    What to do on holiday on the Adriatic Coast

    On all that Rimini has to offer we could write a great deal!

    We want to give you some hints and pointers not to be missed, some ideas to help you plan your holiday in the best possible way, whether you are a lover of the sea, sport or culture (or maybe even of all three) in Rimini you will find the kind of holiday you want!

Mare, mare, mare

Sea, sea, sea...

If you love the sea, golden sand, a superbly equipped beach and an unrivalled range of services, you are in the right place. Rimini has a centuries-old culture of hospitality, the hospitality of the place and its inhabitants has been known for generations of holidaymakers. The sea here is a way of life, from summer fun to winter peace. The sound of the sea is music to your and our ears!

The poet Arthur Rimbaud wrote 'Eternity is the sea mixed with the sun'.

So please be careful: you might be ecstatic seeing the sun rise over the sea!

Sport friendly

Sport friendly

If you are a sports enthusiast and even on holiday you do not want to renounce well-being and fun, Rimini can offer you many alternatives. On the beach you can have fun playing, for example, beach volleyball, beach tennis, beach soccer or speedminton, or practising Nordic walking on the beach. Windsurfing, kite surfing or sailing await you among the waves.

In the surrounding area, you can choose from golf, horse riding, trekking, mountain biking, cycling, climbing and free climbing.

Do you prefer to move around by bicycle? The network of cycle paths (more than 120 km of biking tracks) will take you from the sea to the hills.

Una storia lunghissima

A very long story

Rimini, a city of millenary culture, also offers many historical sites that testify to its long life, which began in 268 B.C. as a Roman colony under the name of Ariminum.

Here you will find more than twenty centuries of history, which can be seen in the historic centre: from the many testimonies of the Roman era, such as the Arch of Augustus, Tiberius Bridge, the Surgeon's Domus, the amphitheatre, Piazza Tre Martiri, to those of the period from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, when it was the capital of the Malatesta seignory, such as Piazza Cavour, Castel Sismondo and the Malatesta Temple, and finally the neoclassical Galli Theatre.

Rimini, crossroads of cultures, today as yesterday.

L’anima felliniana

The Fellinian soul

In the historic centre of Rimini, right next to the millenary Tiberius Bridge, you can find the characteristic Borgo San Giuliano, an ancient fishing village now restored to new splendour, a place of pilgrimage because it was the birthplace of Maestro Federico Fellini.

You will find twisted alleys lined with small colourful houses, some decorated with multicoloured murals painted by Rimini painters to represent the Maestro's films and life.

Here you can breathe in an atmosphere full of poetry, savour the typical flavours of Romagna cuisine, stroll through the picturesque alleyways and in the enchanting square on the water.

Rimini è anche…lenta!

Rimini is also... slow!

If you are a SLOW tourist and prefer uncrowded places, you can immerse yourself in the local culture.

Even in hyperactive Rimini, slow tourism is possible: just a few kilometres from the sea, a splendid hinterland awaits you, with fortresses and castles, ancient traditions and unique flavours.

You can alternate days at the seaside with relaxing excursions in the green valleys along the Marecchia River, taking your time to admire the beauty of our area.

A different and pleasant way to spend weekends and holidays in Romagna: the answer to counter the frenzy of our time and relax.

Luoghi in cui vivere esperienze uniche

Places where you can enjoy unique experiences

The wealth of authenticity offered by Rimini and its hinterland is immense. Within a few kilometres there are peculiarities and excellences that will leave you breathless.

A few examples? You can explore from the gentle landscapes of the Marecchia Valley to the magic of places such as the ancient Republic of San Marino, whose historic centre is a Unesco World Heritage Site; Verucchio, cradle of the Malatesta; San Leo, in whose fortress Cagliostro was locked up; Santarcangelo di Romagna and Pennabilli, places dear to Tonino Guerra; Torriana, with its 15th-century fortress; Montebello, in whose thousand-year-old castle dwells the legend of Azzurrina's ghost.


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