The beauties of the Romagna hinterland
Come and find out what to see on holiday in Rimini : leave from hotel Carol and explore the most famous places in the area!
Of Roman military origin, the castle of Montebello was the site of ancient battles, panoramic magic and tender ghosts. Today it preserves an almost intact medieval structure and a legend by now famous: that of Azzurrina. The story of a little girl named Guendalina, nicknamed Azzurrina for the color of her eyes, who disappeared and was never found again.
Located on a huge rocky boulder at an altitude of 583 meters, San Leo is the most sought-after tourist destination in Valmarecchia and an important italian photographic icon. The architectural heritage preserved in the small village enjoys considerable charm. The castle of San Leo is famous for having hosted many historical figures such as Dante, San Francesco D’Assisi and the Count of Cagliostro.
The Republic of San Marino is the oldest Republic in the world, as well as the third smallest state in Europe. The historic center winds on the top of Mount Titano, at an altitude of 750 meters above sea level, and was declared a world Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008. Its history, its traditions and its cultural testimonies they deserve to be explored.
The ancient medieval village is located on the Via Emilia, in the Romagna hinterland that borders the city of Rimini. The heart of the ancient town is located on a hill called Monte Giove. The middle Ages left an indelible imprint on the districts of the historic center: between ups and downs, steps and nestled houses, Santarcangelo is undoubtedly one of the most evocative villages in all of Romagna.
Immersed in the Marche hills, between the Metauro valley and the Foglia valley, stands Urbino: a city of immense historical and artistic wealth that has earned the honor of entering the World Heritage List. Surrounded by a long wall and adorned with sandstone buildings, Urbino was the “crade of the Renaissance “. Even today, walking through the historic center, you can breathe the fifteenth-century air.
Verucchio has a very ancient history that dates back to the Iron Age when it hosted an important Villanovan cultural settlement. In the medieval period, the Rocca di Verucchio was the fief from which the Malatesta Lordship held its power over the entire coast and the Marche. Today, this small village holds extraordinary finds and a sweet green panorama over the Marecchia Valley.