What to Do in Cervia

Discover things to do and locations to visit in Cervia: top-notch spa, saline baths, pine forests and rich event program for your holiday full of fun, wellness and relaxation.


Cervia offers plenty of opportunities for recreation and entertainment. First thing to begin with is the iconic beach offering over 9 kilometers of golden and fine sand - on of the finest on the Adriatic coast. Lovers of the sea will find here clean, perfectly-equipped beach area, awarded with the Blue Flag for the 22nd time, which slopes gently into the sea and merges with the green of the pine forests. Next to the beach you will enjoy large pine forest of about 260 hectares that includes the areas of Milano Marittima, Cervia, Pinarella and Tagliata.


All those who want to combine beach leisure and relaxation will discover Cervia Terme. Here Bromine-iodine water and thermal mud provide unmatched well-being experience. Local Spa is considered one of the most advanced wellness facilities in Italy being certified for ten years.


Saline treatments are a must for all those who arrive in Cervia for wellness and relaxation. The history of Cervia is in fact strongly linked to production of salt. Local nature reserve of Saline is the testimony of the city's straight connection with its salt pans. Local industrial plant represents production of so-called " Sweet Salt" famous throughout Italy.


Cervia offers an ideal base to visit nearby cities of interest like Ravenna, famous above all for its beautiful unique mosaics . Ravenna has always been most historically important city of Emilia Romagna. Here you will find many monuments that deserve to be seen as the Basilica of San Vitale with mosaics representing the origins of Christianity and a snapshot of the life of Ravenna at the time of Emperor Justinian. Local Galla Placidia Mausoleum which remains one of the most beautiful monuments of Ravenna is characterized by fascinating mosaics representing the victory of eternal life on death. Arian Baptistery is dating back to the fifth century when Arianism became the official court religion. One cannot go through Ravenna without seeing the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe, built in the 6th century representing the greatest example of early Christian basilica architecture. One more important stop for lovers of Italian literature is the Tomba di Dante, the great Florentine poet which death in 1321 was witnessed with temple of 1780 built by Camillo Morgia.


Widest choice of sightseeing in Romagna region is completed with signature local cuisine featuring some of the most popular dishes suchas stuffed piadina, known throughout the world,cappelletti or passatelli accompanied by a glass of good Sangiovese. Cervia offers a rich calendar of eno-gastronomic events and degustations throughout the year blended with exhibitions, shows and folk events representing local culture.

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