Welcome to the land of hospitality. The land of Romagna is a counterpoint of gentle hills with views of the sea, and castles dotting the landscape here and there. Along the coast, the sandy beach goes on endlessly for miles, just skimming the Adriatic sea.
The land of hospitality: kilometers of roads traverse the hills overlooking the sea, marked with castles, fortresses and medieval villages, with stops to sample the culinary heritage of Romagna.
This is the Italian capital of pleasure, where everything is about enjoyment, including food: passatelli or cappelletti in broth, fish soup, aged cheeses, piadina with the famous soft cheese squacquerone, and wines, like Sangiovese, Trebbiano, Albana and Pagadebit.
Romagna region has a historical past linked to the Lordship of Malatesta, who built magnificent castles and villages throughout the territory. Visit these along with churches and parishes of previous centuries with their medieval feasts and celebrations.
Cesenatico and Port Leonardesco. Cesena: the Malatesta town rich in history and art. Santarcangelo di Romagna, surrounded by the medieval walled fortress and the historic villages with piazzas that will leave you breathless and trattorias to meet your every craving. The Adriatic coast is also a mecca for fun.
Romagna seems made for cycling, with both the coast and the interior lined by kilometres of cliffs, hills and medieval villages. There are roads that will take you to both the Apennines and to Tuscany. Cesenatico is the birthplace of Marco Pantani and is also training ground for many world-famous cyclists. The climb to Carpegna awaits you – known as the Nove Colle - 9 hills – this celebrated Gran Fondo starts and finishes in Cesenatico.