Cesenatico and the sea are one and the same thing.

ancient coloured sails of the Marine Museum, one of very few in Italy, which greet the people who arrive and leave tell of this.
Those sails, those old boats, that port which in 1502 Leonardo da Vinci, "general architect and engineer" studied and surveyed on commission of Cesare Borgia (the original of this drawing is preserved in the National Library in Paris), are a synthesis and story of Cesenatico. Historical and archeological sources (preserved in the museum which annexes the Town Library) tell a Roman settlement in these parts.

As far as we know, Cesenatico was founded in 1302:

nearby Cesena needed a port for its traffic and perhaps for military use. These were hard times. After a succession of events Cesenatico developed above all into a fishing port. When the dominio of Borgia came to end, the town fell under the Papal State. And it is not by chance that the "white broam" (a kind of fish) is called "papal" in Italian, because the huge catches of the fish, duly salted and preserved, were destined for the markets of Rome and therefore the Pope.The history clocks sound out other appointments on the port of Cesenatico.

On the night of 2nd August 1849, Garibaldi with Anita, Ugo Bassi and other patriots arrived here; they had escaped from Rome and were heading for Venice, hunted both over land and sea by their pursuers.

Cesenatico has been, for one hundred years, both an important and renown tourist location.

Cesenatico Camping
Cesenatico Camping
Cesenatico Camping

The region of Romagna thanks to its territorial

The region of Romagna thanks to its territorial structure is the ideal location to have a sun and sea holiday together with a cultural vacation in touch with nature.

Land of great historical echo succeeds to conciliate the frantic rhythm of the coast, with the peace of its hill side landscapes to, ready to welcome you to unveil their wonders.


City of the Malatesta lands, which now boasts various museums dedicated to its own history, such as the Bibblioteca Malatestiana (Malatesta Library), one of a kind in the world for its state of preservation with priceless manuscripts, and the Rocca Malatestiana (Malatesta Fortress), one of the most important in Romagna, which hosts the Agriculture Museum. It is also famous for its city center full of trendy stores and caf├ęs.


Ravenna stands close to a magnificent pinewood and boasts an extraordinary number of basilicas, baptistries and mausoleums. The harmony of the classical-style buildings blends together with precious marbles and the famous Byzantine mosaics. The city is also well known for its main street lined with fashion boutiques.


Small medieval city where the Malatesta Castle stands, home of the Region's richest collection of modern and contemporary art, the "Tito Balestra Foundation." The Vintage Record Museum, the collection of Masks of the Commedia Dell'Arte and the Territory Museum are also found in this beautiful small city.


Santarcangelo is a special town. Perhaps because here traditions continue to thrive, perhaps because of the monuments, mysterious caves and fairs. Here you will find lovely wrought-iron objects and traditional printed fabrics. Santarcangelo, which is only a short distance from the sea, has an atmosphere all its own that makes it different from the other towns in the hinterland.

San Marino

The famous old republic with its historical heritage, museums and wonderful buildings. Beside the scenic beauty of the country, San Marino also offers a large assortment of arts and crafts and souvenirs, with great shopping and amusement opportunities.


Located in the center of 'Italy and well connected to major European cities, Rimini is the symbol and the ideal of diversified tourism. Rimini, ancient and modern, and popular culture, spectacular and artisan was sung and immortalized by the great master of Italian cinema, Federico Fellini, who with his films exported its legend throughout the world