Rimini is a city surrounded by greenery. If you want to see it with your own eyes, go to Google Earth and have a look! You will find a city full of green next to an expanse of blue, with parks and gardens that contribute to its beauty and well-being.
In addition to enchanting and scenic spots such as the terrace of the Church of San Fortunato on Covignano hill, the city also has several urban parks and green spaces, including the Pope John Paul II Park (or Parco della cava) with its long green radius connecting the sea to the Palacongressi, passing through the Augustus Arch to Borgo San Giovanni and Borgo Mazzini.
But the largest and most spectacular park in Rimini is undoubtedly Parco XXV Aprile (also known as Parco Marecchia). This gigantic green lung is located right in the heart of the city and is perfect for a stroll or for a little relaxation on the edge of the beautiful Piazza sull’Acqua. Here you will also find two splendid bicycle and pedestrian paths leading to the hills and the Marecchia Valley.
Finally, we cannot fail to mention the Parco del Mare (Sea Park), an area of over ten kilometres of pedestrian and cycling green spaces, sports and relaxation areas overlooking the sea.