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SAN MAURO MARE: Il Territorio e Dintorni
San Mauro Mare is a tourist destination between Rimini and Cesenatico that has been awarded the BANDIERA BLU, “Blue Flagâ€ for many consecutive years. The fine golden sand beach is right in the heart of the Riviera Adriatica.
It is the ideal place for a peaceful family holiday with so much on offer: equipped garden areas, sports complexes and modern hotel accommodation plus the wonderful Romagnola hospitality made up of good cooking, courtesy and conviviality. â€¨In addition to sunbathing and swimming San Mauro Mare also offers many enjoyable and relaxing moments with folkloristic shows, water sports, boat trips and a lively nightlife.
HISTORY: â€¨ the town is also a good starting point for inland excursions. Just a few kilometres from here you can discover art treasures, ancient towns, villages perched on the Apennine slopes. San Mauro Pascoli, birth town of Giovanni Pascoli, is also close by. Here you can see the house where he was born and the countryside that inspired his works, not forgetting the historical town centres, famous throughout Europe, of Ravenna, Urbino, Rimini, San Marino, Faenza, San Leo, Gradara and the landscapes of Montefeltro and Valmarecchia.
LE GRANDE SPIAGGE: The beach in front of the residence is managed by an organisation named LE GRANDI SPIAGGE who offer entertainment for young and old alike with daily shows and events including: Gentle aerobics, Baby Club, Aqua Gym, Sports Competitions, Junior Club, Yoga, Line dancing, Spinning, Swimming school, Sailing school and mini Beauty Centres with Jacuzzis and vaporizing aromas. â€¨ Enjoyment for all the family!
SURROUNDINGS: â€¨There are many interesting inland excursions from San Mauro Mare to discover nearby cities rich in history, monuments and nature, from the hills to the sea and the flatlands.
The most characteristic towns of our region are:
Cesena is famous for the Biblioteca Malatestiana “Malatestiana Libraryâ€ http://www.malatestiana.it/, the Malatestiana Rock http://www.roccamalatestianacesena.it, the Masini Fountain, the Church of Saint Augustine (Austin), and the Cathedral of Saint John The Baptist (http://www.queen.it/citta/cesena/monum/index.htm).
Rimini is famous all over the world thanks to the acclaimed Film director and scriptwriter Federico Fellini who was born here in 1920. There are many things to see in the town including the Ponte di Tiberio “Bridge of Tiberius and Augustusâ€, the Cathedral, the Malatestiano temple, Sigismondo Malatesta Castle http://www.comune.rimini.it/servizi/citta/monumenti.
Riccione is famous for its nightlife and the specialised shopping area of Viale Ceccarini where the shops are open until late evening.
San Marino is the smallest and oldest Sovereign State in Europe. Famous for Le Torri “the 3 Towersâ€, the Historic Monastery of Saint Clare, the church of San Quirino and many outlet stores offering shoppers incredible discounts. http://www.sanmarinosite.com/monumenti/indi.html
San Leo is well known for the Rocca di Cagliostro, the Cathedral of San Leone, Palazzo Mediceo and the Torre Campanaria “Bell Towerâ€.
Sant’Arcangelo is famous for the Rocca Malatestiana, Arco Trionfale “Triumphal Archâ€, Tuff Grottoes and a very characteristic historical town centre with criss crossing narrow streets and passageways. There is a flourishing theatrical and cinematographic life here with exhibitions and shows all year round. http://www.santarcangelo-di-romagna.it/monumenti-santarcangelo-di-romagna.php
Cesenatico is a seaside town with many places open all year round. It is also a canal port, apparently designed by Leonardo da Vinci in the 1500s. During the Christmas period a beautiful nativity scene on antique barges, Presepe della Marineria, decorates the canal.
Ravenna is acclaimed for its rich artistic patrimony. There are 8 monuments declared World Heritage Sites: the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Neonian Baptistery, the Arian Baptistery, the Archiepiscopal Chapel, the Mausoleum of Theodoric, the Basilica of Sant’Appolinare in Classe and the Basilica of Sant’Appolinare Nuovo and to conclude, the Church of San Vitale. There are also some spectacular Byzantine mosaics to see, declared some of the most beautiful in the world. http://www.ravennamosaici.it/
Cervia is renowned for its salt mines and sweet salt, “sale dolceâ€. http://www.salinadicervia.it/ In the area you can also visit the Chiesa della Madonna degli Angeli ” the Church of Our Lady of the angelsâ€ built in 1600. The Nature Reserve that joins Cervia and Milano Marittima was created to protect the ancient Pinewood and inside the park you will find fitness equipment to exercise. http://www.atlantideavventura.it/parco_naturale.html
Milano Marittima is a seaside resort that is famous for its nightlife, restaurants and shops!