Sweet hinterland

Beyond the sea

There is a hinterland to discover

The hinterland of Romagna is a magical union of romantic villages, breathtaking landscapes and
suggestive fortresses, palaces and castles. Traces of history are carved into every alley, narrow street and
squares that tell of different eras, battles and conquests.

San Marino

Combining shopping with beauty

The oldest and smallest Sovereign State in the world, boasts years of history combined with important monuments. Among the monuments, the 3 Towers (the Guaita, the Cesta and the Montale), symbol of San Marino, are undoubtedly the most important.
There are also numerous beautiful castles to visit, nine in all, and special museums to discover. This small republic is also undisputed destination for the most varied shopping at affordable prices.


Village of love and history

So picturesque that it seems immersed in a faraway world full of magic, it is the perfect place to tasting a cuisine which encapsulates the charm of the two lands, that of the Marche and that of Romagna.
It should not be forgotten that the city walls still jealously guard the events of the tormented love story between Paolo and Francesca, extolled by Dante Alighieri in The Divine Comedy. One of the unmissable events of the summer in Gradara is the Assault on the Castle.

Saint Leo

A view overlooking the hinterland

It stands on a huge rocky boulder all around impassable, so much so that to get there, you have to access it by a single road carved into the rock. The town was home to Dante and St Francis of Assisi, but it is best known for that mysterious and fascinating character who was Count 'alchemist' Cagliostro, imprisoned in the Fortress and who died there in 1795. Among our recommendations, cannot miss a visit the Fortress, the Parish Church and the Cathedral. The panorama in San Leo is one of the most beautiful in the region, so it is well worth the effort.
worth a visit to this delightful village.

Santarcangelo di Romagna

Fascinating and mysterious

The particularity of this city is that it is historically and artistically divided into two parts: one from the 18th century, the other from the Middle Ages visible in the upper part that rises above Mount Jupiter, which is also home to more than 100 tuffaceous caves, one of the most fascinating mysteries in the whole of Romagna.
Worth visiting are the elegant churches, the tiny alleys of the old town, the Rocca Malatestiana, the Museo Etnografico Usi e Costumi della Gente di Romagna (Ethnographic Museum of the Uses and Customs of the People of Romagna), the Collegiate Church and the Clock Tower.


A castle and many legends

When one speaks of Montebello, one inevitably speaks of the his castle and the story of Azzurrina, an albino girl who died prematurely. Her story thus became a particular popular legend that has been handed down for more than three centuries.
Legend has it that the girl's ghost is trapped in the castle and returns to make itself heard on the summer solstice of each lustre, followed by suggestive paranormal phenomena.



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