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An Unforgettable Seaside Escape Awaits You in Rimini

Rimini is a coastal town located in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna. Its beach spans a long 15 kilometers along the Riviera del Sole of the Adriatic Sea. Traces of the old fishing quarter remain in the stone counters and in the cuisine of local restaurants. Within this seaside city are landmarks and architectural monuments that attest to the city's rich medieval and Renaissance history. You will find yourself strolling through Roman arches and cathedrals while enjoying Mediterranean climate. Rimini is also known as the hometown of preeminent filmmaker Federico Fellini. Fellini's legacy and the seaside charm of the city have kept the town popular among tourists. Hotels, bathing establishments, and nightclubs fill the coast of Rimini. Given the vastness of the coast, many Rimini hotels offer ocean views.

Rimini's Latin Roots Nestled Under Beachfront Views

Rimini went by the name Ariminum when it was first established as a Latin colony in 268 BC. Among the most impressive historical remains of the city is the Tiberius Bridge. The original foundations, dating from AD 21, still remain on this five-arched bridge. Cavour Square was the center of medieval life, and today, still holds the palaces used for the city's administration. Within Piazza Cavour is an old fish market, where you will see large marble tables and fountains previously used to rinse fish. In the Middle Ages, Byzantine, Lombard, and Papal rule led to the reign of the Malatesta family in 1334. Of the Malatesta lords, Sigismondo Pandolfo is the most renowned. His ambitious pursuits include calling on the Renaissance master Leon Battista Alberti to reconstruct a Gothic church into a mausoleum for himself and his lover, Isotta degli Atti. In the Temple Malatestiano, you will find their remains and other artifacts of their medieval love story. The City Museum (Museo della Città) houses archaeological finds from two surrounding Roman and Etruscan villas. Meanwhile, a museum dedicated to Federico Fellini boasts documents that demonstrate the inner workings of the accomplished Italian director. The memorabilia will appeal to film buffs. Lodging by the ocean is plentiful. Numerous Rimini hotels are open year-round due to the city's temperate climate and are within walking distance to the sea.

Plentiful Sunshine and Beach Time in Rimini

Many Italians and Europeans flock to Rimini, especially during the summertime, to spend extended time at the beach and to soak in sunshine. Take a dip in the Adriatic sea and feel the warmth and calm of the Mediterranean. Play volleyball, soccer, or basketball on the sand. Some parts of the beach are even dog-friendly. Just like in most Italian towns, traditional cuisine in Rimini is served inosterie, or restaurants. Other eateries in Rimini also offer many fresh seafood options. In fact, it isn't rare to come across restaurants that feature oceanside views. Be sure to trysquacquerone, a fresh cream cheese with a tangy taste that is widespread across the Emilia-Romagna region and Rimini. Locals sometimes call this cheese "squaquarò."Piada, a thin Italian flatbread, is a local favorite. Sangiovese, Trebbiano, and Albana are typical wines from the region. Abundant opportunities for leisurely lounging by the sea make Rimini an easy pick for travelers. As popular destinations during seaside holidays and the off season, Rimini hotels accommodate the elegance and luxury travelers have come to expect from beach resorts. For many tried-and-true Rimini hotels and their reviews, check out the listings now on