It's holiday time!

Rimini all year round

Holidays in Rimini
Sea, good food, culture, nature and lots of fun!

It’s already sea time in Rimini! The days are getting longer, the rays of the sun are getting warmer and the scent of the sea lingers over the golden beach with its fine, soft sand. The blue colour combined with the open spaces, the wide horizons and the presence of the water give a feeling of calm and serenity. The beaches are crowded with sunbeds and umbrellas, and the restaurants are fragrant with traditional dishes: homemade pasta, fresh fish, local cured meats and cheeses, meats, wines and oils of the local country. Rimini’s new seafront, the Parco del mare, offers a unique opportunity for a walk through the Adriatic green far from cars, for a run, a bike ride, a workout in the open-air gyms or playtime with the kids. Padel courts, basketball courts and beach volleyball courts are always available for challenges with friends.

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Art and Culture

Rimini has a thousand years of history dating back to the ancient Romans. The Cardo and the Decumanus are still today the central streets of the city, where the most important buildings are located: the Tiberius Bridge and the Arch of Augustus. The Malatesta Temple is thus a work that bears witness to the birth of the Italian Renaissance. The recent openings of two contemporary museums complete the city’s cultural offer: PART, the Museum of Contemporary Art, houses works by artists such as Damien Hirst, Vanessa Beecroft, Kiki Smith, Sandro Chia, Enzo Cucchi, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Michelangelo Pistoletto. The Fellini Museum, the only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to Federico Fellini, the famous director born in Rimini. It covers three central points in the historic centre of Rimini: Castel Sismondo, a 15th century Malatesta fortress where the atmospheres of Fellini’s films are recreated. Rimini is also street art in the historic centre at Borgo San Giuliano.

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San Valentino Castel Sismondo

Fun and Theme Parks

There is also a lot of fun in Rimini! The parks on the Riviera Romagnola attract millions of visitors every year: Mirabilandia in Ravenna, the biggest theme park in Italy, Italia in Miniatura and Fiabilandia in Rimini, and Oltremare Park in Riccione. Then there are the big water parks like MiraBeach, the Aquapark in Mirabilandia, the world famous Aquafan in Riccione and Aquajoss in Conselice near Ravenna.

Among the amusement parks in Romagna there are also lesser-known establishments that are nevertheless worth visiting for their high educational value, such as the Casa delle Farfalle (Butterfly House) in Milano Marittima, the Le Navi Aquarium in Cattolica and the Parco dell’Aviazione (Aviation Park) in Rimini. Facilities of all kinds that make the Riviera dei Parchi a place where the whole family, from toddlers to teenagers, can find the form of entertainment best suited to their age.

During the holidays, a dense programme of evening events is organised throughout the summer, from the historical centre to the beaches. Musical events, children’s entertainment, video mapping, markets, traditional dinners and evenings in the beach bars are a classic in Rimini.

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Nature, sport and history

The hinterland of Rimini is not to be missed to discover the valleys and get to know the nature, the stories and the traditions of the ancient villages. A visit to the Rocche Malatestiane is undoubtedly a must in the hinterland: Verucchio, San Leo, Sant’Agata Feltria, Montebello are just some of the remains of the Renaissance history of these places. A slow tour in Santarcangelo di Romagna by e-bike is an excursion for everyone, with a flat route along the Marecchia river to the medieval village with its ancient alleys, historic shops and mysterious caves. For those who love speed, a motorbike tour is just the thing: always in the Marecchia Valley to visit the places that Dante, San Francesco and Tonino Guerra loved. The path of Saint Francis of Assisi from Rimini to La Verna goes through the valley, up the river that flows between the fortified villages and through the Apennines.

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