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Milano Marittima and surroundings
- Rimini Airport 35,6 km
- Terme di Riccione 40,8 km
- Cesenatico Golf Club 12,5 km
- Misano World Circuit 44,2 km
- Riccione Station 39,7 km
Milano Marittima has become the most fashionable town along the Adriatic Riviera. It has preserved a fascination and lifestyle of its own with the ability to satisfy every kind of customers, even the most demanding. Hotels in Milano Marittima offer first-class service. Right in the heart of the town there is a walkway ideal for shopping and meeting people; very distinguished shops and restaurants, not to mention the fashionable discotheques, pubs, nightclubs that are the envy of the rest of Italy. The famous aperitifs of Milano Marittima are truly enchanting. Milano Marittima is surrounded by a centuries-old and famous pinewood where you can visit the Terme di Cervia (Cervia Hot Springs), a spa with ultra modern facilities due to the use of hot springs and Nature. Another favourite spot is the “liman”, also known as lake mud, very much used for health treatments and mixed with mother-liquid. Along the paths that cross through the pinewood you can also find the Parco Naturale (Natural Park), an indisputable part of this land’s heritage. The possibility of spending deeply relaxing moments in the pinewood while smelling the scent of pine trees is without any doubt highly appreciated by tourists; this is what gives Milano Marittima a mixed atmosphere of relaxation and entertainment. Close to the centre there are several sports facilities where matches, competitions as well as high-level demonstrations are organised. The first 27-hole Golf Club in the Emilia-Romagna Riviera is actually at Milano Marittima. There are also tennis courts, the marine club and also “Le Siepi” (The Hurdles) horse race. Last but not least, you can visit the “Casa delle Farfalle” (The House of Butterflies), a large heated greenhouse where a hundred butterflies and dozens bird species from Africa and South America are kept.