Ancient fortress whose surrounding walls hide the castle of Gradara where according to the legend the tragedy of Paolo and Francesca took place.
This small country has managed to maintain its independence: the Republic of San Marino is situated in the heart of Italy on the Adriatic Sea.
The fortress preserves in its medieval centre historical Roman buildings such as the Cathedral and more importantly the imposing fortress where the legendary Count of Cagliostro died.
Famously known as the "town of agreements", in Mondaino you will find the fortress of the Malatesta dynasty from which you can look out towards both the sea and Mount Carpegna. You can also take part in the town festivals and parties.
Visible from afar, the fortress of Montefiore is an example of the magnificence and importance of one of the most beautiful towns of the Malatesta dominion.
Rich in fauna Saint Bartolo Park overlooks the beaches of Gabicce (Marche and Romagna) and here you can admire birds of prey, migratory butterflies and outstanding natural scenery.
A theme park famous throughout Europe situated a few miles from Ravenna whose many attractions are suitable for youngsters and adults alike make it an ideal place for the whole family.
At Italy in Miniature you will find realistic scaled reproductions of some of Italy’s main architectural works of art, accompanied by interactive sound tracks and animation.
Cattolica aquarium awaits you with more than 70 tanks containing 400 species of fish coming from all the seas of the world, with the sharks as its main attraction.
The most famous water park in Italy Aquafan thanks to its entertaining staff and over three kilometres of water slides make it an unforgettable unique experience.
Kingdom of the children par-excellence, thanks to its many ongoing attractions and shows that fill up the day, in a completely natural environment.
Situated next to Aquafan, Oltremare Park offers more than 110,000 square metres of walkways and nature encountering routes for a unique and entertaining experience.