Discover the hinterland of Rimini!

The Arch of Augustus, Tiberius Bridge, the castle of Sigismondo Malatesta, the cathedral, historical monuments and many other wonderful places, squares, gardens to visit churches in Rimini, starting from the center to continue the wonderful hinterland.

The Adriatic coast has always been synonymous with divertimentificio, discos, sea and whatever makes you think a carefree holiday and night.
But there is another side, another side, the hills to discover the rich history, tastes and traditions.

Passing along all the coastal towns, in addition to the Rimini beach life, his province offers unmissable destination for both tourists and its citizens.
Thanks to its location, from Rimini in no time you can visit San Marino, Gradara, San Leo, Montefiore and Montegridolfo to name a few visits not to be missed.

Very popular tourist destination known for the charm of its old town surrounded by walls, with narrow streets and a fortress of great architectural and artistic importance. Gradara also has a series of publications that explain in detail the origin and its monuments. The town stands on a promontory just steps from the beach of Cattolica and Gabicce and e ‘equipped to accommodate a good number of summer tourists.

San Marino
The Republic of San Marino, real small state within the Italian borders, and ‘so famous that does not require long presentations: all the news about his old home? The tradition dates back to the founding of the city ‘to 301 AD by the same name Holy? its monuments, towers and palaces, museums and all the attractions shopping and tourist services are the subject of numerous guides. San Marino and ‘a very popular tourist destination, the walk through its narrow streets full of shops, its views, the show offered by the peculiar ceremonies of state, are a classic Italian and foreign tourists came mainly from the Adriatic coast.

San Leo
Few places preserve the atmosphere of St. Leo, without a doubt one of the stages more ‘striking and important from a historical perspective? Artistic Moritefeltro. Extraordinary ‘position and the bill of his fortress, one of the most’ powerful and more ‘beautiful in Italy (where it still lingers the legend of Count Cagliostro, a mysterious character that I find’ death imprisoned within its walls), now houses the art gallery and museum. Beautiful religious buildings: the Lombard Romanesque cathedral that dates back to 1173 and the church (ninth century? X1), notable the entire system of the country which is accessed by a single port.

He hides behind a long series of switchbacks, but is the most “cinematic” of castles in the area. The Malatesta Fortress, built to look down at the whole valley of the Conca, is an incredibly beautiful monument dating back to 1300, and in recent years is the subject of an effective restoration.
So much so that Montefiore became a borough chic. Among other monuments not to be missed, there are two churches, and the Hospital of St. Paul.
The atmosphere throughout the center is special, enriched by the many events that enliven Montefiore, especially during the summer season.
For gourmets, not to be missed is the Enoteca Belfiore, an old building (with magnificent wine cellar below) that offers a selection of goodies to try.

Now the popular resort and has become a resort vip – the designer Alberta Ferretti, for example, has made his stronghold. The place name probably comes from an ancient family of Romagna but no trace of this place already in the chronicles of 500, when war raged in the Gothic, between Ostrogoths and Byzantines. It remained on the Gothic Line during the Second World War, the bulwark of the breakthrough of the Allies in Romagna. The road to Montegridolfo, is tortuous, but eventually you find yourself faced with a landscape ethereal, where the natural beauty of the hill becomes one, in harmony of the village. Getting lost in the alleys, then go and enjoy the creative cuisine of Palazzo Viviani, an ancient noble residence as early as 300. For those looking for more informal meals, the Academy Tavern is the right place: flat bread, handmade pasta and views of the sea, far down there.