Sea, mountains, hills and cities rich in art and history paint the landscape of your cycling holiday. Each place tells its story and every route has got its very own essence, characterised by passion, challenges and the will of sharing experiences.
CesenaticoThe land of the legendary "Pirate" (Marco Pantani), of the Nove Colli and of the Cippo climb, reveals its soul through diverse itineraries, from tranquil routes that pass through ancient pine forests and along the 8 itineraries in the surrounding area, to the more challenging including Barbotto and Mount Fumaiolo.
RiccioneFrom Riccione, more than 20 on and off road routes depart, winding towards the Adriatic coast and its countryside, all the way to Marche and Tuscany, touching medieval villages of rare beauty such as San Leo, Urbino and natural wonders such as the Furlo. There is even time to enjoy a ride along the Adriatic cycle route.
PredappioThere’s no point beating around the bush… history is the real star in Predappio. From one ridge to another, with the road gently rising beneath your wheels and then flattening again shortly after, history will be your travelling companion, helping you enjoy rather than simply endure the exertion.
Bellaria Igea MarinaThe settlement later became a fishing village at the mouth of the Uso river, to eventually transform itself into a modern seaside resort where boredom is banned, and the fresh sea air mingles with the fragrant smell of the tamarisk shrubs.
Fratta TermeOn the border between Romagna and Tuscany, immersed in nature, many routes through the hills alternated with challenging climbs (very much loved by Pantani) are waiting to be discovered. Unique landscapes which offer extraordinary opportunities for the cyclist.
Bagno di RomagnaConsidered, since ancient times, to have divine origins thanks to the health benefits provided by its thermal waters, Bagno di Romagna is a small village nestled in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, a temple of slow living, with a free and wild spirit in harmony with the surrounding nature.
Riolo TermeImmersed in the lush green landscapes of the Tuscan Romagna, the town of Riolo Terme is an ideal place for relaxation and well-being, thanks to the tranquillity of its secular greenery and the services offered by the thermal baths, where visitors have the chance to regenerate their body and spirit in the salsobromoiodic waters or enjoy the benefits of the characteristic mud wellspring.
CerviaCervia is situated on the Adriatic coast, 20 km from Ravenna. Here, the encounter between the sea, its beaches and the secular pinewoods of the natural park, offers a great deal of appeal for visitors of all kinds, including those who love to immerse themselves in the silence and beauty of nature.
RiminiDiscover Ariminum, the city reminiscent of ancient Rome. From Rimini, the Marecchia cycle path starts off, together with challenging itineraries for discovering fortresses and castles such as those of Verucchio and the ancient history of the Malatesta House, nestled between the Marecchia and the Conca Valleys.
Gatteo a Mare
Located in the heart of the Riviera Romagnola, halfway between Ravenna and Rimini, Gatteo a Mare steals the hearts of travellers in the summer period.
Gabicce MareBay nestled between the sea and the slopes of the Mount San Bartolo Natural Park, the area is rich in beauty and itineraries suitable for all cycling enthusiasts: from the natural terrace of Gabicce Monte to the hilly trails framed by flowering broom and the cliffs overlooking the sea that hide small coves.
CattolicaClimb Monte san Bartolo, visit Fiorenzuola di Focara and the famous Panoramica. Reach San Leo to then climb Mount Carpegna. Discover Montefeltro and its castles. There are countless cycling routes that depart from the “Queen of the Adriatic”.
Ferrara e ComacchioThe bicycle allows visitors to experience unique sites, such as those along the cycle path that runs through Ferrara’s medieval city centre, along more than 50 tourist biking itineraries that follow the river Po and 600 km of cycling routes waiting in the province of Ferrara and in the Valleys of Comacchio.