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DISTRICT OF ROMAGNA'S COAST TOURISM: BEST OF DISTRICT OF ROMAGNA'S COAST

RIVIERA ROMAGNOLA: ENJOY THE BEACHES OF THE ADRIATIC COAST

written by Emilio Aronica

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The one reason most tourists head to the region, is to of course the beach! The miles of beaches can be very facinating, and the tourist crowds are a proof of their popularity.On here you will find people from across Italy and the world, sunbathing, playing beach sports, or taking a dip in the sea. 

The region was developed in the 1930s, as a retreat for the elite and wealthy. In time, it also became popular with the masses, in particular, the working class people living in the area. In addition to being popular for its beaches, the area is also the place where many of the Italy's famous personalities spent considerable time. The massive hotels built on site have not lost an iota of their popularity, and you can find many people over here, who arrive with the intention of not only enjoying the beach activities, but also exploring these hotels, that are considered landmarks of the region.

If you are not playing beach sports, or swimming, you might like to explore the restaurants at the waterfront. From tiny booths setting locally made, freshly baked items, to ice cream, and upscale restaurants with wine and music, there are many places to explore to your heart's content. You can also enjoy shopping. If you are the party hopper type, there is plenty by way of nightlife, including live music and dance get togethers on the beach. The fun part is that the place is family friendly, so you can take your family out safely, and if you want to avoid the crowds, scheduling day time trips on the weekdays makes perfect sense.

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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  • Fun family vacation at The Club Hotel Promenade Universale of Cesenatico

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    If you want to enjoy a wonderful time with your family near the seaside, The Club Hotel Promenade Universale in Cesenatico is sure to make your dreams come true. In addition to the fun activities that the entire family can enjoy, the... continue

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Emilio Aronica

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  • Riviera Relaxation and Family Fun.

    written by Emilio Aronica

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  • Experience Great Pleasure at Hotel Caesar - Lido di Savio

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

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    written by Bridget Brackett

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    written by Bridget Brackett

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  • Hotel Esplanade ***

    written by Italy Visit

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    written by Alexandra Evans

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    written by Cedric Mills

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  • The Mausoleo of Galla Placidia

    written by Cedric Mills

    The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia is one of the eight structures in Ravenna inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1996. As it was built in 425-430, it’s the earliest mosaic monument. Its cupola is completely covered with mosaics, representing 8... continue

  • Orthodox's Baptistry

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

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  • The Basilica of San Vitale

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    This basilica was originally built in 6th century Byzantine style under the influence of oriental trends of that time in this region. Ravenna was capital of ostrogoths (eastern Goths under the rule of Theodoric) and the influence from... continue

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