What to do in Misano Adriatico
Misano Adriatico is a favourite summer destination for families, especially in the summer months when the beach and the sea are the main attraction, but it offers much more, with a hinterland full of charm and many activities.
Sport, history, nature
Misano Adriatico is popular in all seasons thanks to its many cycling routes and proximity to a fascinating hinterlandrich in medieval fortresses and ancient villages of the Conca Valley. For nature lovers, a trip to the nearby Monte San Bartolo Natural Park.
Those who love sport, on the other hand, can devote themselves to cycling, trekking, sailingcan race karts or participate in one of the many two-wheel events held at the autodrome
Discover Misano Adriatico
The name Misano Adriatico is famous all over the world thanks to Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncellievery September, which hosts the Italian leg of the Moto GP and attracts two-wheel enthusiasts from all over the world.
Misano Monte is the oldest part of the city, located about 100 metres above the sea, in a panoramic position. Then there is the central area of Misano Adriatico, which is right by the sea, where the hotels and the vast majority of our holiday flats are located.
Then there is Portoverde, the best known hamlet, where the famous marina is located, with fashionable clubs, fish restaurants and local gastronomy, well-kept beaches.
How to get to Misano Adriatico
Those arriving by car from the A14 Milan-Bologna motorway or the Bologna-Bari motorway can exit at Cattolica or Riccione and then take the SS 16 Adriatica.
It is also possible to get to Misano Adriatico by train, directly from the station in the city.
Discovering the hinterland
A few kilometres from the Misano coastline you will find medieval villages, castles, works of art and monuments of great charm. The Riviera Romagnola will enchant you with its stories, beauty and colours. For an exciting holiday discovering the ancient beauties of Romagna, here you will find a selection of places and excursions we recommend to get to know the historical reality of our hinterland.
is the charming mediaeval village that provided the setting for the passionate love story between Paolo and Francesca. In Gradara you can take a wonderful walk along the walls and visit the Malatesta Fortress. During the summer there is the Magic Castle event, a great festival that enchants young and old alike.
this small village is particularly attractive during the summer season, thanks to the many events organised, such as the famous Rocca di Luna. Montefiore is also famous for the tastings under the Rocca and the beautiful panorama of the Romagna Riviera.
the town is dominated by a splendid Fortress from which a breathtaking panorama of the great Marecchia valley can be admired. San Leo is famous for having hosted Dante, Saint Francis and the Count of Cagliostro (who was imprisoned in the Fortress). It was also the capital of the Italic Kingdom.
independent state, medieval town, famous shopping centre thanks to its many outlets and shopping centres. But in San Marino you can also visit churches, palaces and museums, as well as admire a beautiful panorama from the highest point of Mount Titano.
city of art, one of the most important centres of the Italian Renaissance. Don't miss the Ducal Palace, the home of the famous painter and architect Raphael Sanzio, and the Cathedral. Due to its historical and artistic importance, Urbino is also a UNESCO World Heritage city.
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