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Cervia and Surroundings

Cervia historic salt town
Cervia has origins dating back over the centuries. The salt cellars, the salt pan and the old-town centre testify to a prosperous and powerful past. Over the years, the town has become a well-known holiday resort, but without ever forgetting its roots: events and excursions periodically testify to the cultural vitality of the town.
Cervia Spa
Surrounded by a 27-hectare nature park crossed by cycling and pedestrian trails and amidst a centuries-old pinewood. From the Cervia Salt Pan “mother” water containing salt, bromine and iodine is extracted, along with thermal mud used to treat various ailments.
Adriatic Golf Club
The club extends of an area of almost 100 hectares only a short distance from the sea and the centre of Milano Marittima. The natural environment is of great beauty: the first course passes through the suggestive pinewood. The second is full of water hazards and recalls the large US greens, while the third is inspired by Scottish links. There is a double-tier Driving Range, two Putting Greens, a Pitching Green and three executive holes. The relatively mild climate of the Adriatic Riviera permits playing year round.
Cervia Nature Park
The Cervia Nature Park, with its 27 hectares of pinewood, was created in 1963 to safeguard a large part of the natural environment, making this at the same time usable by tourists and visitors.
Milano Marittima
Milano Marittima is renowned for its night life and is a celebrity spot with fashionable clubs and shops. Set in the splendid centuries-old pinewood, Milano Marittima is the ideal place to spend a pleasant evening.
Ravenna
Ravenna has been a capital three times in its history: of the Western Roman Empire; of the Ostrogothic Kingdoms and of the Byzantine Hexarcate. Its early-Christian monument complex is a Unesco World Heritage Site: Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Neonian Baptistery, Archbishop’s Chapel, Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, Mausoleum of Theodoric, Baptistery of the Arians, Basilica of San Vitale and Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe.
Republic of San Marino
The old-city centre of Città di San Marino and Mount Titano became a UNESCO world heritage site in 2008 as "testimony of the continuity of a free republic since the middle-ages".