The hinterland of Rimini

The Riviera Romagnola is the perfect destination for a summer holiday where there is sun, sea and fun, but to those who choose to live on it in the spring or in the autumn, the region offers enchanting villages, fortresses and medieval villages perched on the hills a few kilometers from the sea.

San Leo

with its strong, is about 42 kilometres from Rimini and it is an excellent idea for an excursion outside the door.

A time the prison of the alchemist, the Italian Cagliostro, today the village keeps the secrets of a mysterious past and offers its visitors a breathtaking panorama over the whole riviera.

Santarcangelo di Romagna

23 kilometres from Rimini is one of the most beautiful places of the hinterland.

Cobblestone streets, a tower that watches over the entire city, the Arch of Pope Clement XIV, which welcomes visitors in the central square and the rocca malatestiana (malatesta fortress, make this village one of the most characteristic.

The Republic of San Marino

is just over 20 kilometres and set between Piazza della Libertà, the city streets, the souvenir shops, the Museum and the Gallery of modern and contemporary art, is an interesting place and fascinating that, together with Monte Titano, has been declared a Unesco world heritage site.


27 kilometers away from Rimini, is one of the most beautiful places in easy reach. Already part of the territory of the Marche region, Gradara today welcomes hundreds of tourists attracted by the beauty of a village where we went for a stroll through the streets of the city centre it already feels immersed in a time gone by. It is here that took place the tragic story of the tormented love between Paolo and Francesca.

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