Probably one of the first images that comes to mind when you hear ‘Rimini‘ is just that: a sea of beautiful, well-equipped, endless beach.
A surprising beach in every season: colourful and lively in summer, fascinating and poetic in winter. 16 kilometres of coastline and 250 bathing establishments that over the years have become true places dedicated to wellbeing, from dawn to after dinner, with whirlpools and fitness areas, the chiringuito for aperitifs and the gourmet restaurant, beach tennis and beach volleyball courts, sup at sunset, and yoga by the sea at sunrise.
In fine weather, the beach also becomes the stage for many events, from concerts at dawn to those under the stars, to Paganello, the world’s most famous international ultimate-frisbee tournament, which every spring attracts teams of youngsters from all over Europe and beyond to Rimini.
The Rimini Riviera has the safest beaches in Italy, constantly supervised by lifeguards, a veritable institution: a baywatch tower every 150 metres watches over bathers’ dives all day long, while on the beach safety has always depended on the careful organisation of our lifeguards, who guarantee serene and risk-free holidays.
Those who have never been to the beach in Rimini in winter will be amazed at how much movement there is.
Those who stroll or run, those who ride the waves on the surf or kite-surf, those who do gymnastics or play football, and yes, there are also those who bathe, and there are more and more of them, because there are so many benefits of spending a few minutes in the salt water at low temperatures.