Whether you are planning a romantic escape for the weekend, a business trip or a family holiday, the charming art city on the Adriatic sea - crossed over by the wonderful Canal Port of Leonado Da Vinci, Cesenatico is a delightful destination for all types of travel all year round.
With traces of ancient Roman, Republican and Imperial settlements, Cesenatico remains the gift of its port designed in 1502 by Leonardo Da Vinci, a canal port that recalls the historical identity of the city, which has always been linked to the sea.
If you are looking for a holiday by the sea, but not the usual vacation clue of life on the Adriatic coast, Cesenatico is undoubtedly the perfect destination, to be discovered and appreciated for its idyllic charm ... and for a curious guest willing to experiment new situations, a stay full of charm at the Casadodici bed and breakfast, selected and published in the Michelin Guide and HIP Hotels.
A stone's throw from the B & B Casadodici, you can visit the Maritime Museum with its Floating Section, the ten perfectly restored traditional boats, section located in the beautiful oldest part of the Canal Harbor.
Near Casadodici boutique hotel you can also visit the "Marino Moretti" House Museum and the multimedia space dedicated to the great champion Marco Pantani.
With its cuisine based on the ancient fishing tradition, Cesenatico has become a destination for a true food and wine "pilgrimage" during all the months of the year proposing, between tradition and innovation, tasty dishes of fresh fish without forgetting the two festivals of blue fish, which take place every year in spring and autumn, festivals that attract thousands of visitors.
Salina di Cervia and its "white gold", part of the Po Delta Regional Park, offers a spectacle of high nature and landscape.
Cesenatico is a magical symbiosis between the sea and the hinterland, with many hilly trails. You'll encounter history in the medieval villages of Bertinoro, Longiano, San Marino, Urbino, San Leo and Gradara Castle, the art in the mosaics of Ravenna and in the Biblioteca Malatestiana from Cesena.