Visit San Giovanni in Marignano. It is called “the granary of the Malatestas” and it is surrounded by fertile lands. It is famous for the spectral and magical Festa delle Streghe (Feast of the Witches), that takes place at the end of June and enchants adults and children, but also for the artistic heritage represented by nineteenth-century Teatro Massari, Curch of Santa Lucia and Church of San Pietro.
Visit Santarcangelo di Romagna. It rises on Via Emilia between Rimini and Cesena and it is characterized by well-kept houses and buildings and by narrow roads enriched by inns, restaurants and shops nestled into the historic constructions. Piazza Ganganelli with its famous arch from 1777, protagonist of an interesting local legend, it is the starting point of the tour toward the centre of the town that guards the ancient caves. Continuing to Rocca Malatestiana, Convento dei Cappuccini and Church of Collegiata.
Montebello boasts a perfectly renovated castle and available for visits, surrounded by a small housing cluster of medieval age. The charm of the Castle is now linked to the timeless mystery of the Azzurrina’s legend.
Visit Repubblica di San Marino, situated a few kilometers away from the Adriatic coast and castled on Monte Titano. Republic of San Marino was founded, according to the legend, by the consecrated Marino who took shelter here after the persecutions of Diocleziano. Legend and history are linked to a landscape of great beauty. The three towers, the fortress, Cesta, Montale, like sentinels, they watch the wall line that outlines the top of steep cliffs. The small roads of the town offer the privilege of enjoying spots, city quarters, small squares and views that every visitor will discover. Many things to see. Visit Repubblica di San Marino departing from Riccione, in a short time you can go shopping in the outlets or go for a walk through the ancient secular fortress of the Republic of San Marino, the most ancient of the world.