Rimini is home to some… INCREDIBLE COUNTRYSIDE!
In Rimini, among fortresses, castles and medieval villages

Rimini, it is known, is not just about the sea. Many, however, do not know that immediately behind the coast are two valleys, those of the Conca and Marecchia rivers, where you can lose yourself in the hills overlooking the Adriatic Sea and discover villages, fortresses and fortresses (as well as food and wine delicacies!), evidence of a turbulent past and the rivalry between Sigismondo Malatesta, lord of Rimini, and Federico da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino.

It is a surprising journey that will captivate you: for the scenery that will open before your eyes, the legends and stories, the tales to be heard – those of battles and those of ghosts – the unique and unexpected places you will encounter.

 

Verucchio

Have you ever heard of Azzurrina‘s ghost in Montebello castle, for example? Or of Cagliostro, the famous alchemist, locked up for life in the mighty fortress of San Leo? Or the legend of Sant’Igne, the monastery hidden in the woods of Montefeltro?

And the Places of the soul of Tonino Guerra? A poetic museum spread over the territory unique and exciting….of the Villanovan civilisation of Verucchio, of Piero della Francesca’s landscapes.

San Leo, Verucchio, Santarcangelo, Mondaino, Montegridolfo, Montefiore, Pennabilli, Sant’Agata Feltria…. Do not miss the opportunity to get to know these places: you can also do so by bicycle, there are many itineraries on road and dirt tracks that cross this incredible marvel.

Montefiore