Bellaria Igea Marina RIMINI

Mob.   +39 349 6621517

Viale Pinzon, 114 47814 Igea Marina (Rn)
Tel. +39 0541/331655  Cell. +39 349 6621517 


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Parco del Gelso in Igea (10 min.on foot)


For relaxing walks, both for the family and for the "Seniors" who want to find a quiet place, the "Parco del Gelso" is a pleasant and relaxing place just a stone's throw from the beach.

The recent redevelopment by architects specialized in the "Territory", makes the park a place where it is possible to jog or read a book quietly, in the shade of the numerous plants.
How to get there


Church of S. Martino in Bordonchio
​ (15 min. On foot)


Despite the young age of Igea Marina, whose birth dates back only to the beginning of the century, the ancient village of ' Bordonchio 'boasts a centuries-old history that has its roots
as far back as the Romanesque. The beautiful church dating back to the second half of the 1700s is a typical example of late Baroque architecture. Recently renovated, it preserves beautiful stuccos
and paintings from the Emilian school , as well as fine period furnishings.  How to get there


Torre Saracena in Bellaria (15 min. On foot)

Against the invasions and robberies of Turkish pirates in the last years of the 16th century, the Papal States built a series of towers to defend the inhabitants of the coast. in case
of danger, the inhabitants could 'lock themselves up' inside and organize themselves for defense. How to get there.






Pennabilli (50 min. By car)


Located at the foot of Mount Carpegna, this charming town every summer (July) hosts and organizes a well-kept "National Antiques Market Exhibition".
A place dear to the poet Tonino Guerra, there are countless testimonies of the past such as the "Porta Malatesta", the "Borgo San Rocco", the church of S. Agostino, the "Diocesan Museum", the "Romanesque Pieve di Ponte Messa", the "Convento Agostiniano" and that of the Oliva, up to the parish church and the Torre di Bascio. How to get there.



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San Leo (40 min. By car)


San Leo, the ancient capital of Montefeltro. Ancient Romanesque village perched on a spur of rock which also houses the imposing fortress that was the prison of the "Count of Cagliostro" alchemist, esotericist and adventurer who lived in the second half of the 18th century.
Here passed: San Francesco, Dante Alighieri and Leonardo da Vinci.
To visit the Cathedral, the Pieve di Santa Maria Assunta and the Fortress. "
How to get there.


San Marino (30 min. By car)


It is the oldest republic in Europe and also the state which, in proportion to its inhabitants, hosts the largest number of visitors, attracted by its historic center with countless shops, ancient squares, palaces, museums, churches and the medieval houses all in stone that retain the appearance of the past.
On the summit of Mount Titano stand the three fortresses (or fortification towers) connected to each other by walls and walkways, from where you can enjoy a splendid panorama.
How to get there.

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Santarcangelo of Romagna
(10 min. by car)

Santarcangelo also offers numerous attractions ranging from the now traditional "Theater Festival in the square" to the "MET Territorial Ethnographic Museum" where you can admire objects and testimonies of the popular traditions of these places.
"A stone's throw from the coast, a well-kept historic center with fountains, parks and stairways".
How to get there.


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Montebello (30 min. by car)

The small village, delightful and tidy, can be visited in a short time, while the recently restored "Rocca" (fortress) deserves a more detailed visit. Tradition has it that it is inhabited by the spectre of little "Azzurrina", the daughter of the commander of the old garrison who, being "albino" and therefore considered a demonic expression, mysteriously disappeared almost certainly killed inside the fortress.
How to get there.



Rimini (15 min. by car)


Both by day and by night, the city can be admired and discovered, amidst important reminders of the past: the Arch of Augustus, Tiberius Bridge, the Cathedral and the city walls, which enclose squares and streets rich in the history of the past.
Rimini tells of supportive, humble and ingenious people who were able to invent tourism by rolling up their sleeves. To experience Rimini today means discovering a new city full of stimuli, intimate and fascinating. 
How to get there.



Ravenna (50 min. by car)

Ravenna is a treasure trove of art, history and culture of the first order.
Its glorious past: between the 5th and 8th centuries it was the capital city three times and the magnificence of that period has left significant evidence that has survived to this day.
Ravenna is the city of mosaics: this art did not originate here, but in this city, it found its highest expression in a mixture of symbolism and realism, of Roman and Byzantine influences so much so that, even today, this ancient knowledge of the hands lives on in schools and workshops.
How to get there.


Bologna (1 h. away by car)


Discover Bologna and its centre with Piazza Maggiore surrounded by arcades, cafés and medieval and Renaissance structures: Palazzo d'Accursio, the Neptune Fountain and the Basilica of San Petronio are among the most important. Among the city's medieval towers, the two leaning towers of the Asinelli and the Garisenda stand out. Bologna, capital of culture and art.
How to get there.



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