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Riviera Romagnola

Many things to discover in the Ravenna beaches and surroundings

The beautiful thing about Romagna is that even when there is a rainy day or uncertain weather, the fun is guaranteed! In fact, there are so many ideas on what to do and see in the surroundings of Lido di Classe and the hotel!

Lido di Classe

It is characterized by the size of its beach, very clean and equipped, with children’s games and play areas, golden sand, and a splendid sea, which has awarded it the “Blue Flag” for several years. It also has a “Green Flag”, considered by pediatricians one of the best beaches for children (shallow waters, fine sand, and a lifeguard).

If you love a sporty vacation and outdoor activities, here you can easily practice windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing, and water skiing. There are also 2 riding stables, mini-golf courses, bowls courts, soccer fields, basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts.
Finally, nearby there is a landing strip for ultralights.

Po Delta Park

The park extends for 9 municipalities in Italy, from Comacchio to Cervia, offering environmental and landscape peculiarities that distinguish it from any other natural park. Here it is possible to see many species of birds and several mammals such as the Mesola Forest Deer. For those who want to have a closer contact with nature, we recommend visiting the park on foot, by bike, or by boat, with a motorboat excursion.

Lido di Classe Pinewood

To the south of Ravenna, near the towns of Fosso Ghiaia and Savio, which extends for about three thousand hectares along the coast, is the famous Pineta di Lido di Classe, a characteristic pine forest already present in Roman times.

Bounded to the north by Via della Secca, which leads to the mouth of the Bevano River, and to the south by the Bevano River itself, inside there is the Ortazzo Valley. Populated by different species of animals and birds such as woodpeckers, goldfinches, turtle doves, reed warblers, and different plants, medlars, asparagus, and heather, the pine forest offers tourists walks that can be tackled on foot or by bike. On hot summer days, it gives totally relaxing moments.

Cervia and Milano Marittima

Just 5 kilometres from the hotel, Cervia and Milano Marittima offer various leisure possibilities.

Known worldwide as a chic and elite place, thanks to the many designer shops, glamorous clubs, and VIPs that populate it, Milano Marittima is characterized by long avenues and colourful flower beds, a town that is as beautiful by day as it is lively at night, thanks to happy hours, beach parties, pubs, and discos among the most beautiful in Italy, such as Papeete Beach, Villapapeete, and Club Pineta.

But Milano Marittima is also for children, who are captivated by the beauty of the Butterfly and Insect House, a botanical garden a short distance from the centre.

In Cervia , on the other hand, you can mainly discover a world of nature and beauty where the famous Salinetriumph, a place of centuries-old traditions where you can witness the production and collection of salt, through excursions on foot or by bicycle, or where you can admire romantic sunsets and pink flamingos aboard an electric boat..

For sports enthusiasts, the unmissable places are the Le Siepi Equestrian Centre near Lido di Savio, where you can experience the thrill of horse riding, and the Adriatic Golf Club of Cervia, for afternoons surrounded by… nature!

Visit Ravenna

A jewel city just a short walk from the sea, a location with artistic beauty and historical evidence that dates back to a glorious past, considering that it was chosen as the capital of the Western Roman Empire during Roman times.

There are numerous world-renowned monuments to admire, included in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Basilica of San Vitale, the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Mausoleum of Theodoric, the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo and the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe, the Arian Baptistery, the Neon Baptistery, and the Archbishop’s Chapel.

In addition to admiring the world’s most beautiful Byzantine mosaics, in Ravenna, you can also discover the Tomb of Dante Alighieri and his museum.

If you love the historical aspects of the area, you could also organize pleasant excursions to San Marino, San Leo, and Santarcangelo di Romagna, a small village with a long history that winds through panoramic streets and underground caves.

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