stayed from 19-08-2019 to 02-09-2019
Milano Marittima is a seaside resort in the town of Cervia. The sea and the beach are the most distinct character of the territory. However, this resort has some natural features that make it charming and different from the other towns on the Adriatic coast.
The presence of many green areas has favored the residential and tourism development in harmony with the environment. Those who love nature and want to visit the area of Milano Marittima, can choose among many itineraries, excursions and guided tours with different levels of difficulty, not only on foot but also by boat, cycling and horse riding.
Here the holidays are synonym of entertainment all day and night, discos and nightclubs (first of we remember the Pineta by Visionnaire ), a lot of relax in the equipped beaches, but also a lot of social life, including celebrities, trends and events all ages.
Despite this background Milano Marittima is a great combination for those who want a trendy holiday or for those who want to visit the city with the whole family.
Quality services and lots of fun are waiting for you in the most fashionable resort on the Adriatic coast.
In Milano Marittima there is a place where the magic is at home. This is the Butterfly House, an educational nature park that hosts hundreds of butterflies and insects, free to move in their habitat.
In Romagna the food and the art of good food are very important . First of all there is the tradition, but creativity and the inspiration of the Romagna chefs offer many unusual and tasty recipes.
In Milano Marittima you can play around and eat everything from sushi to piadina, ethnic food, gourmet cuisine.
Milano Marittima represents an excellent starting point to visit Ravenna, famous above all for its beautiful mosaics, unique in the world. Ravenna has always been the most historically important cities of Emilia Romagna.
Many monuments that deserve to be seen as the Basilica of San Vitale, where we find the mosaics representing the origins of Christianity; the Mausoleum of Galla Placida which remains one of the most beautiful monuments of Ravenna, this one characterized by fascinating mosaics representing the victory of eternal life over death, or the Arian Baptistery dating from the fifth century, when Arianism became the official religion of the court.
Another important sites of interest is the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe, built in the sixth century A.D. and that is the greatest example of Basilica Paleocristiana.
Another important step, especially for lovers of Italian literature is the Tomb of Dante, the great Florentine poet who died in Ravenna in 1321, which was dedicated this small temple built in 1780 by Camillo Morgia.