If, in addition to the sea, sun, good food and fun you want something more, our inland is the ideal place where to go for a relaxing trip out of town.
Just a few kilometers away from the hotel, you can reach the impressive SALUDECIO and its nineteenth century style festival,
or immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere of SAN LEO, or the historic re-enactments of MONDAINO and the Palio del Daino.
In SANTARCANGELO you can visit the tuff quarries hidden beneath the city, used by Christians to avoid persecution and now used as wine cellars.
You will dive into the romantic atmosphere of the fascinating CASTLE of GRADARA, background of the sad romantic story of Paolo and Francesca; within its majestic
rooms not be missed are the Torture chamber and the walkways on the fortress' battlements from where you will be able to enjoy the stunning view of most of the hinterland.
MONTEFIORE was an important strategic city for the powerful Malatesta family, and still today it maintains important evidence of its prestigious past while the Sanctuary
Cella di Bonora is famous for the beautiful portrait of Our Lady with Child, subject of great devotion by the faithful.
Other great examples of Malatesta fortifications to be visited are found in TORRIANA with its Square Tower, the Church di San Vicinio and the intriguing tree of water by poet Tonino Guerra.
MONTEBELLO and its Castle of Azzurrina, open both day and night, are famous for the legend of the ghost of a little girl, disappeared in mysterious circumstances,
which legends say still wanders within its walls.
MONTEGRIDOLFO is known as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy because of the buildings that decorate its narrow streets and because of its castle, which dominates the skyline.
THE REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO does not need any introduction; it is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the region for its artistic history and its brilliant example of medieval art.
RAVENNA, Unesco World Heritage Site, full of religious and civil monuments, is a place that art enthusiast cannot miss. Famous examples are the Mausoleum of Theodorico and the
Mosaics of Ravenna, dating back to the Byzantine Age and hosted inside the Orthodox Neonian Baptistry.
And finally Urbino, a city that retains its renaissance charm, in particular for its evocative historic downtown and thanks to its university, which is one of the oldest in Italy;
the city is also an excellent place for days of fun and entertainment.