What to do in and around Cattolica
Named "The Queen of the Adriatic, Cattolica has long fine sandy beaches and homogeneous and is also characterised by natural and architectural beauty.
The Queen of the Adriatic
The heart of Cattolica is definitely Piazza I° Maggioalso known as Piazza delle Fontane Danzanti (Square of the Dancing Fountains) because water spurts from the fountains to the sound of music. Viale Bovio and the more touristy streets, Viale Dante and Viale Carducci where you can find many small shops and restaurants.
At Port of Cattolica you will find the new dock from which to admire magical summer sunsets, several restaurants offering tasty seafood cuisine and fun for all the children with the the Giant Ferris Wheel.
For theatre lovers, there are many summer and winter performances at the Queen's Theatrein front of which is theQueen's Arena where concerts with prestigious international artists are held in the summer.
You can discover villages, medieval castles and fortresses to plunge into the past and into the traditions of Romagna, not only cultural but also food and wine: wineries and restaurants await you, where you can taste all the true flavour of Romagna, at 0 km.
At 750 metres above sea level, it is located on Mount Titano and is the perfect place for those looking for a day divided between shopping and culture. In fact, there are several shopping centres and outlets in San Marino, as well as many museums, churches and palaces to visit.
Just a few kilometres from Cattolica, Gradara is a medieval village set in a hilly landscape that provided the backdrop for the troubled love story of Paolo and Francesca. After visiting the fortress, the lovers' walk takes you along a path that surrounds the castle and leads you into a park. In summer Gradara is transformed into a magical enchanted world during the Magic Castle event.
Famous for its tourism, Rimini is also a place of art and culture. Starting from the Arch of Augustus and following the entire Corso, you can visit Piazza Tre Martiri and then arrive in Piazza Cavour, Rimini's best-known squares where you can find the Clock Tower and the Roman excavations, and the Municipal Theatre and the Pigna fountain. Not far away is Piazza Malatesta where the castle, once surrounded by a moat, stands.
A village situated on a spur of rock in the Valmarecchia, it is characterised by the medieval fortress that rises above the village and overlooks the valley. Famous also from a historical and cultural point of view, it hosted Dante and Cagliostro and was the capital of the Italic kingdom.
1) Seafront hotels
close to the centre and the harbour
2) Family management
attentive and caring
3) Hotels with swimming pool
and relaxation area
4) Services for families and
attention to children