On the coast of Ravenna there are nine seaside resorts, which can provide everything you need for a pleasant and enjoyable holiday.
From north to south: Casal Borsetti, once a small fishing village, still retains a little port for small boats and a vast campsite for camper vans and tents.
Few miles away you will find Marina Romea, which also has a small port at the mouth of the River Lamone. It stands out for the environment which surrounds it - a splendid pine forest which stretches all the way to the beach, perfect for an enjoyable and relaxed holiday.
Porto Corsini is an ideal location for people who love outdoor activities, with a surfing school and inland horse riding trips. You can go fishing and enjoy walks on the long pier overlooking the open sea. Recently, the new Cruise Passenger Terminal has been inaugurated; it can accomodate the largest ships currently in circulation. Moreover it allows Ravenna to be numbered amongst the most important cruise destinations in Italy.
In the south coast, Marina di Ravenna is a stylish place that provides an exceptional range of services for tourists, such as numerous hotels, R&B with great facilities, campsites and resorts, restaurants and taverns. MarinaRa, the International Tourist Port, has more than 1,100 berths.
Next to Marina di Ravenna, Punta Marina Terme, is famous especially for the spa right on the beach; it has a source of salsobromoiodic water, which can be beneficial in treating various ailments.
The most modern centre on the coast of Ravenna, with the largest number of foreign tourists, is Lido Adriano. Lessons in the art of mosaic-making are organised during the summer.
Lido di Dante is the smallest and most relaxing town of Ravenna coast, located 8km from Ravenna and between the mouths of Uniti and Bevano Rivers. Its beach, rich of dunes and protected by a thick pinewood, preserved a natural and evocative aspect.
Lido di Classe is the perfect spot for families or for people seeking the ultimate in relaxation. There are several tourist initiatives dedicated to nature, especially thanks to the historic pinewood that surround it, part of the natural site "Ortazzo, Ortazzino, Foce del Torrente Bevano", cited by Dante Alighieri in the Divine Comedy (Purgatorio, Canto XXVII, vv. 19-21)
The last locality of Ravenna coast is Lido di Savio: with is wide beach and surrounded by Classe Pinewood, it offers an enjoyable and pleasant kind of holiday. Its well-equipped riding stables, tennis courts and various sports facilities make it an ideal location for fitness enthusiasts and sport lovers in general. Younger can instead play sports at the beach, hunt for adventures in the local or spend fun days in the rearby Mirabilandia, one of the biggest amusement parks in Europe.