The Hotel is located IN FRONT OF THE BEACH, in a region with a passion for cycling, crossed by many cycling paths and a fascinating backcountry which encourages exploration on bike. San Marino, San Leo, Carpegna were the favorite training paths of our beloved cycling champion and compatriot Marco Pantani. Cyclists choose our Hotel for our warm welcoming and great attention to their specific needs. Cyclists can in fact take advantage of the several specific facilities dedicated to them… Leave your bike in the spacious and secure storage room, where you can clean the bike or fix it in a small but well-equipped workshop!!! Every day at your return, you will find a rich post-training buffet, always varied and full of genuine and fresh produces: pasta, pizza, salads, cold cuts and different varieties of cheese, homemade cakes, fruit salad, fresh fruit and much more. Then, a relaxation area with sauna and jacuzzi is at your disposal. And if this wasn’t enough, our team of expert physiotherapists is available on request to get you back in shape for a new, fantastic day of sport and fun! You can also use our daily, complimentary laundry service for your sport gear. In the evening, after a fantastic buffet dinner at our brand new restaurant “Folya”, you will meet the guides to plan and organize tours of different length and level of difficulty to meet every participant’s needs, from the amateur to the professional training for the upcoming season of races!
We are located in Emilia Romagna, region bordered by Veneto and the beautiful cities of Venice and Padua to the North, and by Tuscany, Umbria and Marche to the South, offering charming cities such as Florence, Perugia, Assisi and Urbino.
We are characterised by a concentration of adrenaline, traditions and typical cuisine, captured in the most beautiful tours that touch sites on the Adriatic coast such as Cesenatico, the land of Pantani, and reach all the way to Ferrara and Ravenna, cities of art and history, passing through rugged ascents such as those of Cippo and Carpegna, or the Cimone in Modena.