Many people love to come to the resorts of Rimini or Riccione for a beach holiday, but not many know the hidden gems waiting just around the corner to be discovered. For those willing to explore and to have rather an active holiday, the location offers a possibility of a one day trip to the splendid gems of the Adriatic coast.
Tours not to miss while staying in Riccione
The greenery of Gabbice Monte
Travel 20 mins down the south by car and you can find breathtaking panoramic views over the Adriatic sea. Entering the town of Gabbice Mare and driving up the mountain, on the first turn you will be caught by the panoramic views overlooking the Gabbice Mare town and the yachts in bright blue water surrounded by the pine forests and hill greenery. Once arrived to the tiny town on top of the hill – Gabbice Monte, you will find two terraces with breathtaking views waiting to admire and the main town square where you can enjoy your dinner with a view.
For those wishing to avoid the traffic, the location is easy to reach taking the train to Cattolica. If travelling with children, they will enjoy the ride with a historical train from Gabbice Mare or a modern style bus with large glass windows to enjoy the panoramic route up to the Gabbice Monte.
Baia Vallugola, a bay of tranquility
If you are willing to escape the crowds and enjoy a calm beach day further from the city fuss,Baia Vallugola is the location not to miss. The beach is surrounded by the green flora of Gabbice mountain and a tiny port of Vallugola where the yachts dock.You can expect few international visitors coming from the only hotel located on the top of the hill, however, usually the beach has a calm atmosphere with a soft and relaxing music sounds since it is not crowded and reachable only by a car o yachts. Taking a yacht from YachtTime Riccione to the bay can be a good choice for those wishing more privacy and comfort.
Hiking in Parco Sasso Simone e Simoncello
Undiscovered by crowds, the regional park of Sasso Simone e Simoncello, located 50 km from Riccione offers hiking routes with spectacular nature views to admire and fresh air to release any tension throughout your mind, body, and soul. Panoramic views and antique castle lovers should not miss a stop in Fortezza San Leo while going back to Riccione.
Beach of the Two Sisters
Exotic beach lovers will be pleased to know that 1 hour driving from Riccione, and taking a boat from Numana you can reach the fascinating Beach of Two Sisters. The two sister rocks rising from the crystal clear water create a memorable bay scenery worth to spend a day in.
The picturesque Republic of San Marino
The tiny Republic of San Marino is located just 20 km from Riccione. San Marino is the world‘s fifth smallest republic and declares to be the oldest constitutional republic in the world. San Marino, founded in 301 AD when a Christian stone-cutter Marinus escaped from Dalmatian Rab island in order to avoid Diocletianus persecution. Settled down on the Titan mountain, he has built a chappel and created a small Christian community. The owner of the land was a lady called Felicissima from Rimini, who later has left a testament granting the land to the community and advised the people to always remain united.
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Engel & Völkers Riccione team