The Adriatic coast of Italy (it. La costa adriatica) stretches mainly along the border of the Emilia-Romagna region, the locals gave it a well-defined definition - the Riviera of pleasure. It is not surprising: the embankments of the cities located along the sea coast are full of various interesting places and attractions, the beaches are filled with numerous sunbathers of various ages and hobbies during the day, and in the evenings a cheerful club life boils.
From a geographical point of view, the Adriatic Riviera of Italy is divided between several provinces: the northeast belongs to the regions of Venetto and Emilia-Romagna (provinces of Ferrara (it. Ferrara), Ravenna (it. Ravenna), Forlì-Cesena (it. Forli 'Cesena) and Rimini (it. Provincia Rimini)), the eastern part of the coast is part of the Marche and Abruzzo regions, and the southern one is Apulia (we talked about the best places to stay in this region on the Apulia Hotels page).
Lignano Sabbiadoro (it. Lignano Sabbiadoro), Venetian Riviera. Lignano beach resort consists of three different areas: Pineta, Riviera (calm and quite respectable) and Sabbiadoro (noisy and funny, there are all conditions for excellent shopping).
Ravenna (it. Ravenna) - a great place on the Adriatic coast of Italy for a family holiday. The beach can be reached in a few minutes from anywhere in the city by bicycle or bus, along the promenade there are many cafes and bars where you can always eat, the city also offers excellent hotels, which tourists have published a lot of good reviews about on the World Wide Web.
Bellaria (Italian: Bellaria), its other name is Bellaria-Igea Marina (Italian: Bellaria-Igea Marina), the city has a common municipality with Igea Marina, ideal for a relaxing family vacation. For entertainment, you should visit neighboring Rimini.
Igea Marina (it. Igea Marina) - located in the center of the Adriatic coast, it is called an oasis of peace. The resort is perfect for those who want to get the maximum measured during a holiday. It is famous for the clean white beach awarded the Blue Flag, and the proximity to Rimini, Ravenna and Venice can provide an interesting entertainment and sightseeing program during the holidays.
Milano Maritima (it. Milano Marittima) is a city-park, the aristocratic beach resort of the Adriatic. Translated, the name of the city means "Sea of Milan." As the name implies, it was specially built by Milanese business people for their own rest on the sea. This is such a small pearl of the Adriatic, which has become a favorite relaxation place for VIPs, a shopping center and the Adriatic capital of beach clubs.
Cesenatico (Italian: Cesenatico) - located near the popular Rimini. Many are familiar with the local ancient canal of the town, the project of which was developed by Leonardo da Vinci at one time. Cesenatico will ensure a relaxing and tasty holiday - its excellent golden beaches (Levante, Zadina, Ponente, etc.), local cuisine, fish restaurants on the coast, proximity to major cities in Italy will provide both a comfortable stay and an active pastime.
In Cesenatico, Italian couples like to relax. The streets of the town become busy in the late afternoon - there are many bars and restaurants at your disposal where you can have a good evening. Those who like to explore local attractions can organize a guided tour on their own - it’s very simple, the developed infrastructure of railway transport in the Adriatic region of Italy will help combine the precious moments of relaxation on the beach with exploring various museums and art galleries.
Gallipoli (it. Gallipoli), the region of Apulia - a small town, consisting mainly of private buildings. The resort's beach is ideal for children, there is a small area for shopping. A great place for measured relaxation, for enjoying exceptionally delicious freshest seafood (shrimp, octopus, sea bream, oysters, squid, etc.), in general, everything called bello, bello, bello.
Riccione (it. Riccione) is the Adriatic capital of nightlife, a youth party resort in the vicinity of Rimini, reminiscent of the famous Ibiza island in the Mediterranean Sea, owned by Spain.
Ancona (Italian: Ancona) is a resort town and at the same time a port that is part of the Adriatic coast of Italy, the capital of the Marche region. The beaches of Ancona are hidden from the mainland by small hills, covered with sand, but there are also rocky sections of the coast - Passetto, surrounded by high white cliffs, Mezzavalle. The most famous beach of the resort is Portonovo, bordered by white stone blocks, it is located at the foot of Mount Conero. In the north are sandy beaches, the most famous of which is Palombina, which offers a beautiful view of the Adriatic Sea. By the way, the local tourist center bears the same name.
The most interesting places of the resort: the triumphal arch of Trajan (it. Arco di Traiano, date of construction - about 115 AD), the National Museum of Marche, which stores Greek and Roman antiquities. In the vicinity of Ancona, it is worth visiting the Loreto Basilica - the famous pilgrimage center of Italy.
Cattolica (Italian: Cattolica), a resort in the vicinity of Rimini beach. An ancient, very hospitable town, where you should not only sunbathe, but also admire the marine aquarium and look into the Queen's Museum (it. Museo della Regina).
Gabicce Mare (it. Gabicce Mare), Palm Riviera of the Adriatic coast of Italy. The resort offers beautiful beaches covered with fine sand, coastal hotels, an ideal climate, a combination of mountain and sea air, gentle sun, the friendliness of local residents. Doctors recommend the unique local air-sea cocktail to families with young children to strengthen their health and immunity. But, besides the beach, Gabicce Mare is also known as the European city of cycle tourism - since 1980, European cycling competitions have been regularly held here. Also along the promenade are equipped with an excellent sports center, soccer fields, golf courses, numerous sports grounds.
San benedetto del tronto
San Benedetto del Tronto (it. San Benedetto del Tronto) is also the Adriatic coast of Italy, the resort town is located in the Marche region and belongs to the province of Ascoli Piceno. Included in the Palm Riviera. Exotic plants - palm trees and blooming oleanders will make your vacation at this resort simply unforgettable. Walking along the promenade covered with a thousand palm trees, you involuntarily recall that this place is called the Riviera delle Palme (it. Riviera delle Palme) - the promenade of palm trees. The city is ideal for families with children - the gentle sea, clean sandy beaches, wonderful cozy restaurants and pizzerias will allow you to fully enjoy your family trip to Italy.
Pescara (it. Pescara) is a beach resort town in the Abruzzo region, on the Adriatic coast. An ideal place for a youth get-together - in Pescara, the vibrant nightlife is in full swing, and the streets are full of bars and discos. For fans of festivals in Pescara every year in the summer spend a night of jazz (local theater d’Annunzio). In addition to young people, the resort is very fond of Italian couples.
Finally, I would like to note that the Adriatic Riviera of Italy is a combination of beaches and discos, historical sights of the ancient Roman Empire, places of pilgrimage and wonderful natural conditions for healing. The local population will appreciate the innate sense of hospitality, and traditional cuisine and its typical dishes, excellent value for money, fun nightlife and entertainment will make the Adriatic coast one of the most favorite places for an active beach holiday for many.
The sea, whose waves splash along the coast of Emilia-Romagna, will enjoy its gently sloping bottom, soft sand, an ideal coastline for long walks, and vigilant lifeguards on duty on almost all beaches are always on the alert and in full readiness.
Recently, many hotels on the Adriatic coast of Italy offer services designed taking into account the peculiarities of family couples with children - rooms are equipped with the necessary amenities and amenities, there are babysitters, prices are becoming more affordable for young couples who are spending their budget economically.
Adriatic Riviera Italy
This part of the Adriatic coast is represented by two main resort areas - Emilia-Romagna and Marche, whose total area is about 300 square km. About 600 beaches, 300 hotels of different levels of service, as well as about a thousand small and not very coffee houses, restaurants and bars, in addition to this - a lot of interesting sights from different times - all this is the Adriatic Riviera. Among the best resorts are a few, which are listed below.
The shores of the Adriatic Sea are especially beautiful aerial view
This youth-friendly modern resort of Italy on the Adriatic Sea includes 364 beaches, two five-star hotels and more than five hundred hotels and hotels of lesser "star rating". Rimini is a good place to relax, because it is equally easy to get to the main cities of Italy from here: to Rome - 350 km, to Verona - 250 km, to Florence - 220 km, to Venice - 210 km.
On the beaches of Rimini, they offer not only water sports (diving, windsurfing, etc.), but also Latin-American dancing or beach volleyball.
Sights of Rimini:
- the famous Rubicon River,
- five-arch bridge of Tiberius,
- chapel of St. Anthony,
- Fellini's ship
- park "Italy in miniature",
- ancient amphitheater
- Tre Martiri square,
- Malatesta Temple.
The largest water park in Europe "Aquafan" is located in Rimini
The famous resort of the Adriatic Riviera. He is rightly called "asleep." “Golden youth” from all over Europe likes to relax here, the most popular pop stars come here on tour, and on the beaches at night it becomes even more crowded due to all kinds of thematic beach parties.
Riccione - a great place for shopping - there are whole "walking" avenues along which locals and tourists love to make an evening promenade, buying some sort of branded little thing along the way.
You can take a mud bath (and not only that) at the Riccione Thermi thermal spring.
Good to know: You can move around the city on a special tourist train.
Cattolica - the perfect place for a family holiday on the Adriatic
A vacation with a child here will be the most memorable for several reasons:
- calls to the sea are mostly gentle, very comfortable for children,
- the resort is protected by mountains from strong winds,
- perfect air here thanks to the dense vegetation,
- the presence of the most interesting park dedicated to pirates - “Le Navi”,
- huge dolphinarium and many theme areas for children,
- finally, the availability of resort hotels.
This resort is often called the "Palm Riviera of the Adriatic." "Star" hotels and hotels are literally surrounded on all sides by greenery. Many park alleys, in the shade of which you can hide from the scorching sun, create a special mood. The beaches are equipped with everything necessary for water sports.
Attention! On the outskirts of Grottamare there are many minifactories for tailoring Italian clothes and shoes, especially many warehouses with leather goods.
The total length of the Venetian Riviera along the Adriatic coast is 110 km. Beach vacations here can be combined with an acquaintance with the pride of all Italy:
- the islands of Morano and Burano,
- Lake Garda
- Punta Verde Zoo,
- Amusement parks: Gulliverlandia and Gardaland.
The main city of the Venetian Riviera is the unique Venice. This is a holiday city, a dream city. In February, the Venice Carnival takes place here, and in September - the world-famous Historic Regatta. Unforgettable for any tourist will be excursions to the waterways of Venice with visits to historical places.
This resort should be included in the list of families with children who can relax. Located 50 km from Venice, this resort has 8 km of sand strip, many health and children's complexes and pensions, the main of which is the Adriatic. A “plus” in favor of family vacations is the unique ecosystem, which has developed due to the large number of coniferous plantings and the lack of motorways near the resort.
Good to know: here is the Bibione thermal spring with sodium fluoride mineral waters.
This is one of the most densely populated regions of the central part of Italy, which consists of 40 reserves, including the Abruzzo National Park. Ecotourism is superbly developed here. However, lovers of antiquity will be interested in tours with visits to medieval castles and temples of the Renaissance.
Alpine resort, which attracts thousands of tourists, skiers and snowboarders in the winter, and lovers of quiet ecotourism in the summer. In summer, Luckville is literally buried in greenery, and the air temperature fluctuates at around + 20 ... 22 ° C. Among the popular places of Lackville it is worth noting the grandiose construction - the fountain "99 jets", as well as the church of San Vito (XIII century.) And the palace of the XVIII century.
Good to know! Hundreds of jazz lovers come to Luckville every year in July to enjoy a sleepless night at the Jazz Night international festival.
Another resort city in the Abruzzo region. The coastline is 16 km long. The coast is far from sand everywhere, pebble and rocky beaches are more common. Pescara is located 120 km from Rome. Tourists will be interested in such attractions as:
- ancient and medieval temples, including the famous temple of the Apostle Andrew,
- amazingly beautiful Ponte del Mare footbridge,
- Palace of the Palazzo del Governo.
Usefulknow! In September, a colorful festival dedicated to fishermen is held here.
Fisherman houses on the water - Trabokki - are especially unusual at sunset.
Puglia. Adriatic coast
Puglia - “the heel of the Italian boot” on the map of Italy - this is what the Italians call this easternmost corner. This resort area will satisfy the tastes of the most sophisticated travelers. Numerous historical monuments are perfectly combined with modern new buildings.
The city in the northern part of Puglia attracts with its lush vegetation. There are many olive and almond plantations. The pride of Andria is the wineries built under Frederick II in the 13th century. Here is his castle Castell del Monte.
Thousands of pilgrims from all over the world go to this town to bow to the holy relics of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker. They are in the basilica of the city. Bari is one of the major ports of Apulia.
In Italy there are paid and free beaches. Paid prices range from 5 € to 15 € * per person. The price includes: shower, sunbed, umbrella, guarantee of safety of things. Each resort town of the Adriatic coast of Italy has many beaches with a high level of service.
Resorts of the Adriatic Sea in Italy offer vacationers a wide range of services. Here everyone will find something to their liking.
The resorts on the Adriatic coast will be comfortable for both young and people of respectable age.
* Prices are valid for September 2018.
Top Attractions (1630)
The Colosseum - a symbol of the glory of the Eternal City - surpasses in its dimensions all the amphitheaters ever built in Rome. Work on its construction began in the first years of Vespasian's reign, and in 80 Titus gave instructions for the grand opening of the amphitheater.
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, the resort town of Bardolino is part of the province of Verona and is located 130 km west of Venice and 25 km northwest of Verona. The economy of this small town is based mainly on tourism and wine production.
Forte di Belvedere, also known as Fortezza di Santa Maria in San Giorgio del Belvedere, is a fortress in Florence, the second and largest in the city. It was designed by the architect Bernardo Buontalenti and built in 1590 - 1595 by the order of the Grand Duke Ferdinando Medici I.
Castello Catayo is an old castle located in the vicinity of the thermal resort of Abano Terme. It stands on the road leading from Padua to Battaglia Terme. This somewhat gloomy building with a rich history and mysterious legends was erected for the Obizzi family, and during its peak of prosperity served as home to one of the largest collections of archaeological artifacts in the Veneto region.
Via del Corso, in ancient times known as Via Lata, is one of the main streets of the historical part of Rome. It is noteworthy in that it is an absolutely straight street, despite the fact that the area itself is full of narrow, winding alleys and small squares.
Scaliger Castle is a powerful fortress in the town of Sirmione, surrounded by the waters of Lake Garda and built in the second half of the 12th - early 13th centuries as part of the defenses around Verona to protect against attacks from Milan.
The most famous Roman fountain - the Trevi Fountain - was built according to the drawings of Giovanni Bernini and the project of Nicolo Salvi in 1762. In a small square, the Trevi Fountain looks simply huge: 26 meters high and 20 meters wide.
St. Peter's Castle, erected on the hill of San Pietro in Verona, is a fortress, standing on the site of an ancient Roman temple. The place for the construction of the castle was not chosen by chance - a picturesque hill that overlooks the Adige River and the whole city is an ideal strategic point.
Cannobio is a resort town on Lake Lago Maggiore, the history of which dates back to the times of Ancient Rome - this is evidenced by the sarcophagi discovered here from the 2nd-3rd centuries BC, now stored in the local Palazzo della Rajione.
Mount Marmolada, located in northeast Italy, 100 km from Venice, is the highest peak of the Dolomites. In clear weather it can even be seen from the "city on the water." In the west, the mountain abruptly terminates and forms a vertical wall several kilometers long, and in the north it is covered by a relatively gentle glacier.
The cathedral is a bright pearl of one of the most picturesque squares of Syracuse. It is here that you can get acquainted in detail with the peculiarities of church architecture in Italy - the characteristic features of this architecture, which can be found in every town of the Apennine Peninsula from Trento to Taranto, are intertwined in various elements of the building.
Santa Cesaria Terme is a small town with a population of only three thousand people, located in the province of Lecce on the banks of the Otranto Canal on terraces descending to the sea. Today it is one of the main spa resorts of the Salento Peninsula ("Italian heel").
Verbania is a resort town located on the shores of Lake Lago Maggiore, 90 km northwest of Milan and 40 km from Swiss Locarno. The city lies directly opposite another famous resort, Stresa, on the other side of the lake.
Phlegreian fields spread over an area of 100 square meters. km on the shores of the Gulf of Pozzuoli, limited from the west by cape Capo Miseno, and from the east by cape Capo Pozillipo in the Italian region of Campania. Fields lie on the territory where the lava very close to the surface of the earth, because of what the earth firmament as if "floats" on it and performs the so-called bradyseysms - vertical vibrations.
The Duomo is the Cathedral of Milan, named after Santa Maria Nascente. This Gothic temple was built over almost six centuries, and today is the fifth largest cathedral in the world and the largest in Italy.
Fortsa d'Agro is a small mountain village located at an altitude of 420 meters above sea level near Taormina and Letohanni. Once in this village, you can easily plunge into the daily life of Sicily, as it was a couple of hundred years ago.
Arona is a small town on Lake Lago Maggiore. The main source of income for local residents is tourism, and most of the tourists come here from Milan, France and Germany. Archaeological finds made on the territory of modern Arona suggest that this area was inhabited in the 18-13th centuries BC.
Palmi is the second largest city in the province of Reggio Calabria in the Italian region of Calabria with a population of about 20 thousand people. It is located on the slopes of Mount Monte Sant Elia (582 meters) and faces the Costa Viola.
The oldest building of the Pantheon - the temple of all gods - was erected in 27 BC by Mark Agrippa. Between 118-128 years, the temple was thoroughly rebuilt under the emperor Hadrian and acquired the forms that it has preserved to this day.
La Scala is the world famous opera house in Milan. It was inaugurated in August 1778 and was originally called Nuovo Reggio Ducale Teatro alla Scala. The first production on the stage of the theater was "Recognized Europe" by Antonio Salieri.
Rimini - everything for everyone
The Adriatic coast has been known for several decades for its affordable and affordable resorts. From north to south, from Ravenna to Pesaro - a continuous gentle sea and bright sunshine, and even for a relatively small price. From May 1 to September 30 (the duration of the beach season) half of the world flies here to relax, not excluding our fellow citizens. More and more often they are honoring their attention with Rimini - neither more nor less than the universally recognized tourist capital of the region. Such an interest meets a lively response: in local restaurants menus appear in Russian, the staff of many hotels speaks great and mighty better than many vacationers ... In general, being in Rimini, you know - it is good where we are!
Rimini aerial view. Photo tourister.ru
The fate of Rimini is not much different from the fate of other Italian cities in the Adriatic. From the 5th century BC the settlement between the rivers Ariminus and Apruza (now Marecchia and Ausa) has turned due to its convenient location into a major trading center. Greeks, Etruscans, Umbras, Celts, and many other representatives of nationalities with unpronounceable names came here with goods. Only the Celts seriously noted - with their participation in Rimini a large port was built. The Romans, who later recaptured the city from the Gauls, renamed it Ariminum and raised its status even higher - three main roads of imperial significance diverged from here. The Roman period of Rimini is marked by four events: archaeologists have found here the most complete set of ancient surgical instruments, Arch of Augustus (27 BC), Tiberius Bridge and the record of the famous "cast of lots!" Julius Caesar.
The great commander addressed this phrase to his legionaries from the "Square of the Three Martyrs" located here. The Romans calmed down, their empire fell into decay, and Rimini was conquered by the barbarians. The following years passed in uncertainty: either Rimini fought for independence, then was part of the suddenly decaying republics, then passed under the authority of the Catholic clergy. Neither the one nor the other, nor the third, brought special benefits to the future capital of the Adriatic Riviera.
The same Tiberius Bridge. Photo panoramio.com
The Middle Ages, marked by the seal of the hard rule of the church, flowed smoothly into times more delicate. In Rimini, signs of a resort town began to appear - at the beginning of the 19th century, the first beach and a specialized bathhouse were organized here. European bohemia immediately turned its eyes to these beautiful places - and by the beginning of the 20th century, Rimini was already a major resort center. The city was especially popular with the Germans - they went here to rest with enviable regularity, with an interruption, perhaps, for two World Wars. The second, by the way, almost destroyed this amazing resort - according to those years, as a result of bombing by the Allies, more than 80 percent of the city’s buildings were destroyed. However, the Italian economic miracle very quickly brought Rimini back to life - already in the late fifties the flow of tourists exceeded the pre-war figures. In 1957, the iconic Il Paradiso disco opens here, which attracts “advanced” youth from all over Europe. Rimini is no longer a pastoral-phlegmatic place for leisure of the elderly sharks of capitalism: fresh blood takes the resort to a new level.
Rimini came to the end of the “zero" in all its glory - with the existing infrastructure, a positive reputation and a constant, inexhaustible flow of tourists. There are four components of success: sun, sea, shopping and the total price of these three components. Holidays in Rimini are relatively inexpensive, great for young people (or those who consider themselves to be), and at the same time it gives you the opportunity to fully feel in Italy itself - to live in the city where Federico Fellini was born, to relax where you can reach to San Marino and, in the end, to taste the very famous "gelatto". So we will not postpone acquaintance with the city for a long time, especially since Rimini is quite possible and even needs to be explored independently. Coming to the historic city center, leaving the airport, take bus number 9.
2000 hotels, 900 restaurants, 700 multi-brand boutiques, 65 discos, 110 bank branches, 12000 villas and other apartments, which are visited annually by about half a million people - the best proof of the popularity of Rimini. It is unnecessary to talk about the sea and beaches, it is better to pay more attention to the city itself, the way of life and the opportunities that it opens for its guests.
Evening Rimini. Photo ayda.ru
If you are young, full of energy and healthy indifference to all problems - you are welcome to local clubs. Cheap and cheerful - “Life” in Bellariva area: among the main visitors there are many teenagers and students. Those over 30 can have fun and meet someone at Mon Amor, Madison, and 007. By the way, according to eyewitnesses, older people also have a good rest here: you can meet blooming senior citizens over 60 who are vigorously discussing local beauties with a glass of mojito in their hand. For those who want specifics, it is worth visiting “Crazy Love” or “Lady Godiva”. The first is located outside the city, the second - in the very center of Rimini, under the building of the famous "Grand Hotel". The difference in location does not affect the evening program in any way - these are night clubs with a good striptease, according to experts. And, of course, the “Paradiso” itself, located on the hills of Cavignano on the way to San Marino: the first drink is free, plus the performance of European pop stars of a rather big size.
Chic attraction of Rimini - Grand Hotel. Photo tur4you.ru
If you are not lucky with a striptease or Yura Shatunov, instead of Gloria Geiner, will come to Paradiso for a misunderstanding, you will have to go see the local sights. You will get no less pleasure, since there is something to see in Rimini: thanks to the Romans and medieval architects. Go to the Tiberius Bridge, which is 2000 years old, and be surprised - after all, cars still pass through it. In addition to visiting the ancient ruins, take a look at Piazza Cavour, where there are many interesting things: the Arengo Palace, the Palazzo del Podesta, the original Del Pigna fountain (“Pinecone”), the perfectly preserved statue of Pope Paul V, as well as the former medieval fish market. At the place where the fishermen sold their catch, today resort nightlife is seething with might and main.
Fountain "Pine cone" on Cavour Square. Photo venividi.ru
Having dealt with the sights, we will continue to grow above ourselves and increase the internal cultural level.
We will postpone romantic candlelit dinners in local restaurants and listening to waltzes performed by street orchestras until evening, visiting museums, but unusual ones, is on the agenda. Rimini knows how to lure tourists. If you are more or less familiar with European cinema, then you will immediately fall for the bait under the world famous name “Fellini”. Here a whole museum is dedicated to him, but in general, locals make good money on the name of the master. Look at the exhibits at least out of respect for the master. Then choose to your taste: Museum of Curiosities (admission 7 euros) presents to your attention collections of the most unusual things in the world - from the longest hair to the first chastity belt, the Museum of Seashells and Fisheries on Via Tonini, 1 will destroy your ideas about the maximum size of fish caught . Especially for men - Museums of modern weapons, the Ferrari Gallery and the National Motorcycle Museum. If you belong to the category of horror movie fans, visit the Museum of Torture, where you can try on many of the intricate devices of the Holy Inquisition and not only. In a word, there are enough museums in Rimini - almost as many as restaurants.
Talking about restaurants in Rimini is nothing. It’s the same as trying to convey in words the unique beauty of the Mediterranean bottom and the blue-green water column. And why are these useless attempts, if everything can be seen here with your own eyes? For example, in the “Panorama da Giovannino” on Via Montalbano 6 - a restaurant with a rich tradition and an interesting history. Summer sunset over a dark strip of the sea is one of the main dishes, along with a variety of fish and meat dishes. The average bill here is 40-50 US dollars. Marinelli da Vittorio can also get acquainted with the marine life - albeit in its already prepared form. Snails, crabs, all kinds of shellfish and shrimp of various sizes, sea cocktail of small squid, mussels and fish, sardines with pickled pepper ... On Via Circonvallazione Occidentale 36 there is a real "fish paradise", and even locals share this opinion. Remember - you cannot escape from the sea in Rimini. So just relax and have fun - for example, at the Bounty, which is a real Spanish galleon from the time of Columbus. Everything is like on a real ship: different decks: restaurant, own brewery, bar and pizzeria. The interior matches - barrels with rum, hoarse voices of trained parrots and waiters dressed in sailors. The role of the captain is played by the bartender, skillfully mixing cocktails a la “Hit on the head” and “Farewell to the liver”. However, something of your choice can be cooked up and more sweetly. Contact - Via Carlo Maria Von Weber, 6.
However, in Rimini it’s not only the burnt young individualists who have only discos and assorted scallops with white wine on their minds. A paradise here for couples with children - and the last one in Rimini is a real expanse. The Big Three of local and surrounding children's parks is more than enough for an overabundance of impressions. Mirabilandia will be more serious than Fiabilandia - still the third largest children's park in Europe: four dozen large-scale attractions, and even a circus with a cinema, an ice show and stunt shows. Pay your attention to the "Oltremar" - although it is located in neighboring Riccione, it is still worth a visit to the park. There are many developing ideas, for example, in the giant IMAX stereo hall, they show 3D films about the origin of life on Earth, the onset of the ice age, the emergence of humanity. All this is accompanied by the full effect of presence - up to simulating weather phenomena. Add to this the nearby Aquafan, one of the largest water parks on the continent, and your children will receive a sea of pleasure and an ocean of delight.
Entrance to the Mirabilandia Park, designed as a pirate fort
Almost a third of tourists from Russia come to Rimini with the aim of not only relaxing, but also for a couple of days to plunge into the abyss of hard shopaholism.The thirst for shopping in Rimini is satisfied, mainly in three places: boutiques, stock stores and shops in factories. Items from the collection of the last season in institutions of the first type can be grabbed half cheaper, and also with a large purchase get a good discount. Bargaining in boutiques is not accepted. Stocks specialize in things of past seasons at ridiculous prices. Outlets at factories are distinguished by a huge selection and range of prices, which in any case are lower than in boutiques. But it’s better not to buy anything from hand - you won’t get a check: if at the airport the goods suddenly start to be checked, you can get a big fine. And this, in some cases, leads to a denial of future visas.
Discounts of 50 percent - a common thing in the stocks of Rimini Photo mirniy.en.cx
Rimini is a resort where for everyone there is something interesting. And it does not matter which category of tourists you can be attributed to - young playboys, middle-aged housewives, or peanuts who did not yet know the charms of school education. If you have not found anything for your liking, this does not mean that Rimini is bad. This means poorly searched.