Official Tourist Information Site
Municipality of Ravenna

Lido di Classe

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LIDO DI CLASSE stretches over a vast area between the Pine Forest of Classe and the mouth of the river Savio. It is one of the nine tiles that compose the mosaic of the Ravenna beaches.

The special attention to the urban design and its excellent bathing and accomodation facilities make it a real “parlour by the sea”. Lido di Classe is the ideal place for youngsters and families who want to break their routine and spend a holiday in the name of tranquillity and hospitality.

Just as the nearby town of Lido di Savio, Lido di Classe pays particular attention to guests travelling with their own pet (look at the pet-friendly beaches). You will find a stretch of free beach, many private beaches and equipped hotels dedicated to you and your four-legged friends.

Almost every private beach features courts for beach tennis, beach volley, basket, beach soccer, with many tournaments at different levels. Plenty of opportunities await you to make you enjoy every day of your stay.

You can practise tennis, go on a mountain bike, try some kitesurfing or even hang gliding. At the Ultralight aircrafts flying school you can book a tour at high altitude,  enjoying the spectacular aerial view of the Riviera or, if you prefer, you can even parachute from 2000 mt. height.

Just a few steps from the town is a modern riding school with stables where you can book riding lessons or even excursions.

The northern part of Lido di Classe is maybe one of most beautiful areas in the whole Romagna Riviera. The golden strip of soft sand enclosed by 5 km of lush pine forest exert an endless wild fascination.

In this area, the Bevano river flows into the Adriatic sea. With its meanders and turns, it is the only spontaneous river mouth on the Emilia-Romagna coastline.

Lido di Classe lies in a very strategic position, not far from Ravenna and just a stone’s throw from Mirabilandia, one of the many amusement parks that dot the Adriatic coast of Romagna.


A cura della Redazione Locale.

Ultima modifica: 4 June 2021

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