AtlanticaDistance: 5 km
Cesenatico's water park with over 1,000 meters of swirling slides!
What to visit in Cesenatico and its magical surroundings
Cesenatico, famous for its distinctive Porto Leonardesco, named after its designer, the great Leonardo da Vinci, and was built in 1550.
San Leo, among the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy, where you can still breathe in the atmosphere of yesteryear, thanks in part to the well-preserved remains and charming narrow streets that crisscross it. Perched on a cliff, the fort is certainly the village's best-known and most striking attraction, not to mention the pre-Romanesque parish church and the cathedral.
Also definitely deserving of an out-of-town trip is the splendid city of Ravenna, perhaps the most famous city in Romagna, a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its splendid mosaics, among the most famous in the world. In this evocative city of art you can visit places of great cultural interest, ranging from the Mausoleum of Theodoric to Dante's Tomb, via the Mausoleum of Galla Placida and the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo.
Historical evidence and an important past that echoes among the avenues and narrow streets can also be found in San Marino, whose historic center stands atop Mount Titano. It is the oldest and among the smallest Republics in the world, where you can visit the three Towers, the Public Palace, Freedom Square, the Basilica and the Crossbowmen's Quarry.
Inland visits continue with the beautiful villages of Torriana and Santarcangelo, where castles, ruins of towers built in the Malatesta era and well-preserved churches stand. An atmosphere of times gone by can be experienced by strolling through the streets of the center, where nowadays there are excellent restaurants, stores with excellent quality offerings and clubs frequented by locals.
The Romagna Riviera offers a wide availability of theme amusement parks to entertain young and old alike!
Most famous water park on the Riviera with more than 100,000 m² of slides.