One of the most beautiful seas in the world. It hosts ports including Trieste, Venice, Fiume, Ancona, Bari, Brindisi, Zadar, Split, Durres, among the best known.
The basin of this sea covers 135,000 square kilometers and has a length of 800 km. The closest areas to reach to admire this beautiful sea are:
Little jewel born in Roman times, is the capital of the province of Pesaro Urbino.
The city is famous for being the birthplace of the great composer Gioachino Rossini and is known as the city of the four M: music, mare (sea), mountains and maioliche (tiles).
It is spread between two hills, San Bartolo and Ardizio, overlooking the Adriatic Sea.
Pesaro offers an important historical center with churches, museums and monuments, seven kilometers of sandy beaches, as well as a full calendar of events and important events throughout the year.
Wide and sandy beaches, a hundred miles of relaxation, fun and good food.
The Riviera Romagnola, crossing Marches and Emilia Romagna, is now a trendy tourist spot, with a wide tourist offer facing both families and young people of all ages.
There are many reasons to visit the Riviera Romagnola: beaches, restaurants, night clubs and theme parks, as well as monuments, museums and nature trails.
Among others, the most famous towns are Cattolica, Riccione, Rimini and Milano Marittima.