Cervia and Milano Marittima, Romagna lands par excellence, rich in history, but also with a lot of enthusiasm. The power of the green in these places is undeniable, green areas and natural oases are the masters in an area with a very high tourist flow.
A visit to the village of the salt workers reveals the charm of a city completely rebuilt in the late 17th century. The Magazzini del Sale, now home to exhibitions and the MUSA Museo del Sale, the San Michele Tower and the Cathedral are its most significant emblems.
Piazza Garibaldi, the heart of Cervia, hosts prestigious events, markets and concerts. Of particular interest are the Municipal Theater, the Church of the Suffragio, with its Callido organ and the 14th century wooden crucifix in the Rhenish Gothic style with local influences, the Church of Sant’Antonio and the Pisacane square with the historic Antica Pescheria.
Of particular charm is the fountain Il Tappeto Sospeso, designed by Tonino Guerra, and the open-air exhibition, from May to September, of the flower beds of expert gardeners from all over Europe on the occasion of Cervia Città Giardino.
In the millenary pine forest rise the Terme di Cervia, at the forefront of programs and therapies, thanks also to the Salina di Cervia where liman or lagoon mud is extracted, very precious for health together with mother water.
Summer is the best time to relax for families, children and for the fun of young people with its clubs and discos, boutiques, luxury restaurants and piadina kiosks, minigolf, go-karts, and the many events that take place.
Spring and autumn are recommended for lovers of sport, nature, gastronomy and wellness. But even in winter Cervia expresses its seafaring charm. Nearby Milano Marittima offers the opportunity to go shopping even on winter weekends. Unmissable is the New Year or the first dip in the sea or Valentine’s weekend with a candlelit dinner in a restaurant and a walk hand in hand among the elegant boutiques of Milano Marittima.