Ancient and new city, Rimini, capital of the newly born Province of the same name, offers, in a happy synthesis, monuments of a glorious past alongside a very modern tourist organization.

The city consists of two living and pulsating hearts: the historic center, with its villages, and the marina, a good 15 km away. of beach divided into 10 fractions (starting from the north, Torre Pedrera, Viserba, Viserbella, Rivabella, San Giuliano, Marina Centro, Bellariva, Marabello, Rivazzurra and Miramare), each with its own traditions and rituals.










The medieval village of Santarcangelo is located on Colle Giove, a short distance from Rimini. It is rich in historical monuments such as the Campanone, the Rocca Malatestiana, the Arch of Pope Clement XIV and Piazza Ganganelli. It is also characterized by a real underground world, made up of caves dug out of the sandstone and clay which were once used to preserve food or take refuge during sieges.
















A small village in the Rimini hinterland, among the 15 best villages in Italy, it stands on the highest mountain in the whole Apennines, Monte Feliciano. On the summit stands the majestic Rocca, one of the most beautiful of the military architecture of the Florentine Renaissance. It still holds the secrets and stories of the Italian alchemist Cagliostro who was imprisoned in the fortress of San Leo on charges of heresy.






Located on the luxuriant hills of the Conca Valley, near the border with the Marches, Saludecio dates back to the 12th century and carries clear and well-preserved signs of the past.

Worth visiting are the Parish Church of San Biagio, the Civic Tower, the Porta Marina which represents the entrance to the town, the Town Hall and Palazzo Albini. In the first week of August, the Ottocento Festival has been staged for 30 years, a major event dedicated to the 19th century.







Located between the Conca and Foglia valleys. Montegridolfo is located on the border between Marche and Romagna, and was disputed by Malatesta, Montefeltro, Borgia, the Venetians and Chiesa. Today it is one of the most fascinating villages in the Romagna hinterland that welcomes Italian and foreign visitors from all over the world. Among the narrow streets of the town you will be able to find typical trattorias with typical local cuisine and truly characteristic artisan shops.