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A 35-kilometres coastline and 9 beach resorts
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Natural reserves
Enjoy excursions on foot, horse, canoe, bike and discover the wonder of the deep relationship between the city and its surrounding territory
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A city of art and sea with a lot of green areas to enjoy some time in the open air
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Le vie di mare e natura
“Siede la terra dove nata fui su la marina dove ‘l Po discende” (Francesca da Ravenna in Divina Commedia, Inferno V)
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Beach resorts

Just a few kilometres from the city centre towards the Adriatic sea, nine beach resorts make up the Ravenna coastline, meeting the needs of everyone.

From North to South: Casalborsetti, Marina Romea, Porto Corsini, Marina di Ravenna, Punta Marina Terme, Lido Adriano, Lido di Dante, Lido di Classe, Lido di Savio.

Sports, good food, spas, excursions, entertainment at beach bars and clubs, guided tours, dog-friendly facilities – everything in the name of the hospitality typical of Romagna and its people.



Just outside the city centre, nature overwhelms you. Inserted within the Po Delta Park, the natural reserves were created in order to protect the wonderful environment around Ravenna.

Waterways and land, pine forests and brackish areas, wild areas inhabited by extraordinary animal species: you can enjoy excursions on foot, horse, canoe, bike and discover the wonder of the deep relationship between the city and its surrounding territory.



City of mosaics and city on the sea, Ravenna is also a city with many green areas. The municipality, with over one hundred parks, is one of the widest and most luxuriant ones in Italy.

There are so many city parks where you can enjoy some time in the open air, surrounded by nature: the Giardini Pubblici in the liberty style; the Park of Theodoric, an ideal place for running and walking; the little open air parlour of the Rasponi Garden; the monumental Parco della Pace, embellished with modern mosaics. Not to forget the racetrack (Ippodromo), the Brancaleone Fortress and the recently opened Parco Baronio.


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