The heart of Cattolica is located in Piazza I Maggio, also called the Square of the Fountains to the imposing fountain in the middle.

It part of viale Bovio, one of the most well-known and with all the most beautiful shops, while not far away, you will find Viale Carducci and Viale Dante, the most touristic and dedicated to the summer season.

At the end of the promenade, from one side the port with new Dock, the Aquarium of Cattolica.


Located a short distance from the sea, in a hilly landscape, it is mainly known for the Rocca Malatestiana (malatesta fortress and its castle, a place of battles between the most famous families in the area.

Gradara is also linked to one of the most famous love stories, that of Paolo and Francesca, which Dante spoke in the Divine Comedy.

San Leo

San Leo stands on an imposing rocky crag, on the point of which stands the Fort. The view is really priceless: the view goes from the valley of Marecchia to the sea.

Do not miss the bell tower and the Duomo, Dante and San Francesco.


Just 20 km from Cattolica, Rimini, historical city, art and culture.

From the Arch of Augustus runs the Corso, with shops, clubs and bars for daytime walks and evening; plenty of squares to visit such as Piazza Tre Martiri, Piazza Cavour, where stands the theatre, and Piazza Malatesta.


Urbino is one of the most important centers of the Italian Renaissance, from the artistic point of view.

To visit the Ducal Palace, Raphael's house and the Cathedral.

Urbino is since 1998 a UNESCO world heritage site. The famous painter Raffaello Sanzio was tied to the town of Urbino.

San Marino

The city that stands on mount Titano, is ideal for those who want to spend a day divided between culture and shopping.

San Marino is home to the outlets of the most beautiful in the area and shopping centers with many shops, but it is also a place of art thanks to the Public Palace, the Three Towers and its many museums.

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