Milano Marittima

It is the center of the Riviera nightlife.

Many Italian celebrities come here to spend their holidays.

Equipped beaches, trendy discos and pubs, exclusive shopping are the ingredients for a long-lasting amusement, from the early morning until late at night.

Colline Forlivesi

A treasure chest for biodiversity.

The Forlì hills are located in a geographical area with  climatic characteristics, a bridge between the Adriatic coast and the Apennine ridge; they are characterized by very diversified landscapes and habitats which, are composed with an unusual harmony generating suggestive and original scenarios.

The Pinewood of Cervia

The pinewood of Cervia Milano Marittima was in the past the southern offshoot of a large, peculiar forest area which stretched from the southern bank of the river Reno to the town of Cervia. At present its extention covers 260 hectares plus 30 hectares of the Natural Park.

Even if its surface is reduced in comparison to the past, the pinewood in Cervia represents a haritage of great naturalistic interest, which offers the visitor enchanting landscapes and spots.


The Park of the Po Delta belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage list and consists of a vast and varied territory where water and land are harmoniously and beautifully balanced, generating a unique and unrepeatable landscape: a grand green area framed by centuries-old woods, pine forests and oases, the ideal habitat for thousands of bird, fish and animal species, which allows visitors to discover enchanted and uncontaminated sites, and mysterious and irresistible paths and itineraries.

Cervia Salt Plan

This is the last of the 144 small saltpans existing before salt production was turned into industrial in 1959. At that time, all small saltpans were unified to form big collection and evaporation basins. Nowadays, “Camillone” Saltpan is the only small saltpan left and an integral part of the salt museum. Salt is still extracted but for demonstration only, that is to make visitors understand the salt workers’ hard work. The site seasonal production can range in between 500 and 2,000 hundredweights.

Today as in the past, the whole saltpan production is still handcrafted, using wooden tools and ancient methods.

During visits, salt workers show visitors their work and also explain them why Cervia’s salt is known as being “sweet”. As a matter of fact, it does not contain any bitter salts which, thanks to the local climate and to the daily salt collection, do not have a chance to deposit.


Ravenna is unique: it is the mosaic town and also there is the grave of the most important Italian poet of all times, Dante.

In Ravenna, you can feel Art, History and Culture in every corner. Recognized worldwide for its historical and artistic treasures, the city preserves the richest heritage of mosaics dating from the 5th and 6th centuries AD within its early Christian and Byzantine religious buildings, included by UNESCO on the World Heritage List.