Lovers of the sea, and the sunshine that comes with it, will head straight for the Riviera Romagnola, home to the longest beach in Europe. Rimini, Riccione, and Cattolica also stand apart for their excellent hospitality, relaxing environment, and endless fun activities.
The undoubted beauty of the Apennines can be found in Parma and Piacenza, or by riding a horse through the gorgeous parks and nature reserves.
There is also a wide range of thermal resorts, most notably Salsomaggiore and Bagno di Romagna. Emilia Romagna is known to be a breeding ground for artists and artistic culture, having produced the operas of Verdi, the poetry of Pascoli, and the unmistakable Fellini, whose iconic films were set in the region.
Emilia Romagna is one of the most fertile and productive Italian regions, thanks to the mists of the Adriatic Sea that soften the coastline’s climate.
Sprawling between the River Po in the north and the Apennines in the south, it offers everything a lover of tourism could ask for: breathtaking landscapes, wonders for both the eye and the soul, a tapestry of earthly colors and scents, and the finest music, cinema, and art.
Do you like the area and want to discover more? Check out what the nearby regions have to offer