The beach of the Adriatic Coast is the main attraction of the Emilia Romagna region and, together with its traditional hospitality, has contributed to the development of a large seaside resort.
From the mouth of the river Po to the promontory of Gabicce, there is a 110 kilometre-long coastal strip which connects the lidos of Comacchio to Cattolica and hosts the beautiful beaches of Ravenna, Cervia, Cesenatico, Gatteo, Savignano, San Mauro, Bellaria, Rimini, Riccione and Misano. It is about 100 metres large and provided with a fine and white sand.
The Adriatic Sea is provided with shallow waters and a fine sand and isn't affected by streams. The shoreline is the ideal place to make long walks and bathing attendants are skilled and always available.
Children and adults can play in total safety. Water is mild starting from May and so is the climate till September.
Bathing attendants are famous for their kindness and helpfulness, as well as for the services they offer tourists from all over the world. Beyond bathing huts, mattresses, beach umbrellas and sports facilities, many bathing establishments provide well-equipped gyms, swimming pools and relaxation areas, along with mini-club for children and entertainment for both adults and children. People who want to save money can enjoy public beaches.
A short distance from the beach are most hotels of the Adriatic Coast. There are campsites and luxurious four-star hotels, as well as holiday villages, apartment hotels, cottages and small family-run inns. Many accommodation facilities offer special agreements with the nearby bathing establishments. Some of them also offer families with children special services, such as comfortable bedrooms and accessible prices.
Click the section "Discover the Adriatic Coast" to display the list of the resorts situated there and to decide where to spend your holiday, or visit the section "Where to Book" to contact travel agencies and accommodation facilities which are specialized in providing seaside holidays.