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Inland Romagna

Culture and history a stone's throw from the sea

Not only sea and fun, Romagna also offers many historical, archaeological and naturalistic treasures. Staying at Marilinda Hotel in Cesenatico you can move around and visit Romagna, its historical cities, its beautiful hinterland, or discover and admire the beautiful nature trails.

Cesenatico

Picturesque town on the Adriatic

Cesenatico is characterized by the canal port built in the early fourteenth century by the community of Cesena and designed by Leonardo da Vinci, who made a planimetric relief and a perspective view of it

Among the things to see there are also the Maritime Museum, the monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi, the Church of San Giacomo, patron saint of the town and the house where Marino Moretti was born. Don't forget to try one of the city's typical fish restaurants.

Ravenna

The city of mosaics

Known for its colourful mosaics that adorn many of the buildings, it is the most historically important city in Romagna.

The complex of early Christian monuments is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site and among them are the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe, the Mausoleum of Theodoric, the Basilica of San Vitale and the Baptistery of the Aryans. The territory of Ravenna also includes several natural areas such as the large urban park, Parco 2 Giugno and Pineta di Classe, and several archaeological sites such as Parco Archeologico di Classe.

San Marino

The oldest Republic

The Republic of San Marino is one of the oldest and smallest states on Earth. The old town offers ancient alleys, walls, towers and very suggestive views, interspersed with many typical souvenir shops

Throughout the year you can experience the numerous events in period costumes. Shopping lovers will be able to get lost among the many craft shops in the streets of the old town that offer typical products and souvenirs of all kinds

San Leo

From the top of Valmarecchia

It is a beautiful village perched on a huge rocky mass. Here stood the impregnable fortress of the fifteenth century that has remained completely intact until today and visited by many tourists from Italy and abroad

San Leo is situated 30 kilometres far from the Adriatic Coast and, thanks to its privileged position, it boasts breathtaking views over the whole of the coastline and the surrounding valleys, thus giving visitors the possibility to enjoy unforgettable memories.

Santarcangelo

Medieval village

Santarcangelo is an ancient medieval village whose small squares, alleys and buildings have earned it the title of Art City. In the central square there is a large triumphal arch built in 1777 in honour of Pope Clement XIV; other places to visit are the Torre del Campanone, Porta Cervese and Piazza della Monache.

Famous is the Fiera di San Martino (or Fiera dei Becchi) held on November 11 with a market of local products and entertainment

Cesena

Memory of the World

At the centre of Romagna, it is an important art destination that became a seignory of the Malatesta family at the end of the fourteenth century and reached its peak with the establishment of the Malatesta Library, the first civic library in Italy and recognized in 2005 as a "Memory of the World" by UNESCO.

Not to be missed are the Malatesta Fortress, the millenary Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria del Monte with the Basilica of the same name and the old town centre where Piazza del Popolo is located, characterized by the Masini Fountain.

Easter at Marilinda in Cesenatico

After two years we were able to celebrate Easter with our friends at Marilinda. Two beautiful days, pampered as always, good food, warm welcome, sincere chatter, professionalism and a lot of sympathy. A beautiful way to disconnect from everything and recharge with the promise to return as soon as possible. Absolutely recommended for many good reasons.

Laura L - april 2022

Forever with you

I was at the Hotel Marilinda for the first time in 1983 and since then I have not stopped, because we are now part of the same family. Thank you guys, you are good people and offer great service in the Hotel!

Marzia C - August 2018

I would never change this Hotel

Also this year at Marilinda, as always, I would never change, you are just fine, as in the family if I would be closer, I would go there whenever the time allows me, quality, courtesy by all, you are fantastic!

Rita B - august 2021
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