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- Cervia Thermal Baths
- Bagno Dario
- Papeete Beach
- Adriatic Golf Club Cervia
- Bagno Colombina 320
- Bagno Roma
- Casa delle Farfalle
- Bagno Corallo
- Bagno 153 Casadei
- Bagno Peppino
- Bagno Bussola Lido 261
- Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
- Bagno Montanari Praia Do Jacare 167
- Piazza Garibaldi
- Paparazzi Beach 242
- Bagno Flores
- Bagno Margherita 85/86
- Parco della Salina di Cervia
- Bicio Papao
- Oscar Spiaggia 298
What you should know about Milano Marittima
It is so easy to find the accommodation of your dreams in Milano Marittima when you book with Hotels.com. We have worked with the best Milano Marittima hotels to bring you a brilliant selection of places to stay. Whether you are looking for an all out luxury weekend or a budget sight seeing tour, traveling with your partner or with a large group, you will find plenty of places to stay in our list of Milano Marittima hotels. All of the hotels in Milano Marittima that we list here are accompanied by photos, which show you just what your room will look like. On the Hotels.com site, you can also read reviews of each hotel, written by other Hotels.com users who have stayed there in the past. Offering a stunning coastal location and plenty of wonderful places to eat, drink and explore, Milano Marittima is a brilliant place for a holiday.
What's Milano Marittima like?
Beaches and beach resorts are some of the most popular attractions in Milano Marittima. Stroll by the coast, sail, or just sink in to a sun lounger at Oscar Spiaggia or Bagno Dario, or enjoy the social hub that is Papeete Beach. If you like scenic walks, then make sure to stroll through the woodland region known as Pineta di Milano Marittima, which has several beautiful walking and hiking trails that you can follow and picnic spots where you can stop off and eat. In the streets of the town itself, the plaza called Piazza Cordusio is a great place to enjoy a coffee as you watch the world go by. And, in the evening, why not catch a show at the Teatro Arsenale?
How to get along with locals in Milano Marittima
Learning some Italian etiquette will help to ensure that you come across well when you stay in Milano Marittima. Make sure to drink your espressos standing up and in a single gulp for instance. Another term for espresso in this region is caffè normale. And, when you are served bread at a restaurant, remember that in Italy this is not to be eaten as an appetizer. Rather, bread is to be used to soak up any remaining sauces from your pasta or other main dish. Learning a few Italian phrases is also a good idea. At Hotels.com, we are experts in all aspects of travel to Milano Marittima and this enabled us to create a superb selection of Milano Marittima hotels for you to choose from. So why not book your Milano Marittima accommodation via our site today?