Hotel booking

Child 1 age

Child 2 age

Child 3 age

Child 1 age

Child 2 age

Child 3 age

Child 1 age

Child 2 age

Child 3 age

Child 1 age

Child 2 age

Child 3 age

You're entering riminireservation.it

 
Book your holidays
 
Home / Press / Publications / City guide 2003 / The City / 10 times Rimini

10 times Rimini

A blue line of sea and 15 kilometres of beach from Torre Pedrera to Miramare - this is the visiting card of the 10 districts of the Municipality of Rimini that overlook the coast.

Seven kilometres north of Rimini city centre lies Torre Pedrera that welcomes visitors with two kilometres of sandy beach, characteristic reefs and great hospitality, guaranteed by the tourist committee CT (tel. 0541.720290) that is ever ready to organise festivals and events. A local market is held every Sunday along the road that skirts the railway line. The district immediately to the south is Viserbella (events are organised almost every evening by the CT tel. 0541.734504), famous for its rich water table whose springs began to draw holidaymakers here as early as the start of last century. Worth visiting is the exhibition on equipment linked to the world of fishing and on Mediterranean shells (in Via Minguzzi, for information and visits on request tel. 0541.721060). Viserba (the home of Italy in Miniature theme park) is famous for the sand sculpture competition that has been held on the beach here every summer for more than 50 years (CT tel. 0541.738656). Two kilometres north of the city centre is Rivabella (CT tel. 0541.26977), the ideal destination for all those who wish to take the diuretic waters that rise from the same vein as the Sacramora spring. Between the port and the Marecchia River deviator is San Giuliano Mare (CT tel. 0541.730165) that is mainly famous for its fish restaurants and also nowadays, for its innovative beach organisation. Bellariva is famed for its fish 'grills' and Sangiovese red wine festivals (CT tel. 0541.382748). Further south is Marebello (CT tel. 0541.376354) and this is where a lovely cycle path starts to wind its way along the coast, passing beside the beach huts. Rivazzurra (CT tel. 0541.372229) is a must for children because Fiabiliandia, the Riviera’s very own 'Disneyland', is situated here. The district that lies furthest south is Miramare (CT tel. 0541.373435) where on the free beach holidaymakers will find Riminiterme thermal spa and, close by, a funfair and go-kart track.

Seven kilometres north of Rimini city centre lies Torre Pedrera that welcomes visitors with two kilometres of sandy beach, characteristic reefs and great hospitality, guaranteed by the tourist committee CT (tel." data-share-imageurl="">

Last update date: 22/12/2014 - 17:59