More than 170 years after the inauguration of the first beach facility, Europe’s most famous beach is still one of Italian and foreign tourists’ most popular and desired destinations: a resort to suit all tastes, with good cuisine, well equipped beaches and the warmth of Romagna people’s hospitality.
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Rimini also has ancient roots: from the monuments dating back to the Roman Empire (the Arch of Augustus, Tiberius Bridge, the amphitheatre and the Surgeon’s House, unique at international level) to traces of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, such as the 14th century frescoes in the apse of the Church of St Augustine, the Giotto crucifix, the Malatesta Temple and Sismondo Castle.
Along the Rimini Riviera, five renowned seaside resorts extend along the Adriatic Sea, with its shallow water and 40 kilometres of beach with powder-fine sand. Travelling into the nearby inland areas, with the high-sounding names of Malatesta & Montefeltro, twenty two towns offer spectacular sights along the marvellous valleys of the Conca and Marecchia rivers. Here, visitors never tire of viewing the greenery of the hills and the numerous historical and artistic features of which the villages and towns are full.
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[Photographs: Photo archives Assessorato Turismo Comune di Rimini]
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