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Viale Gabriele D'Annunzio, 145, 47838
Area: marano fogliano
Set on the Adriatic coast on the seafront at Riccione, the Hotel Los Angeles features rooms with balcony overlooking the sea at nice prices. The property is just a 5 minutes drive away from the... Read more
Viale Ariosto, 5, 47838
Tiffany's flagship is Aqua Spa, the spa is also open to the public that has steam - with bio sauna, tepidarium, experience shower, turkish bath, ice fountain. The pleasure and relaxation continues... Read more
Viale Ugo Foscolo, 12 - Fogliano Marina , 47838
Area: marano fogliano
Residence Mareo is set in a quiet area that becomes a pedestrian zone in the evenings. Stay in modern apartments just 50 metres from popular beaches and the Adriatic Sea. Read more
Discover Riccione - RiminiRiccione is an Italian town of around 35,000 inhabitants, it is the most populous municipality in the Province of Rimini which is only 15 kilometers away, it is geographically situated in the southeastern part of the 'Emilia Romagna and overlooks the Adriatic coast, north of the mouth of the river basin. The area of Riccione has a long history with evidence from various finds kept in the Museo del Territorio, there are records of the presence of inhabitants from prehistoric times, from 200,000 years ago. The area was occupied and colonized by the Romans from the third century BC (In 295 BC there was the victory at the Battle of Sentino against the Samnites, Umbrians, Etruscans and Celts) In 268 a. C. Ariminum founded and unified with Riccione, unified under the large umbrella of the Roman world. Of late antique archaeological evidence we have, Vico Popilius San Lorenzo which abandoned the area because of the harsh environmental conditions (waterlogging) and the incursions of the northern peoples (namely the Gothic wars with the Byzantine Pentacles 535-553 AD).
In 1260 the Florentine family Agolanti settled in Riccione, related to the lords Malatesta of Rimini and of which still remain the ruins of the castle in the hills of the city. Moving on from the era of vicarages (the Malatesta were not the real lords of the city, but vicars of the Holy Sea) to the final control of the territory by the State of the Church, there we enter the era of the Old Regime, but remember that around 600, along the beach are the watchtowers built to defend the area from pirate raids. In the mid-nineteenth century it became widely known the benefits of sea bathing, especially for the treatment of anemia, and since 1827 at Viareggio was born the first bathing.
Very interesting to visit is the Villa Mussolini, the Duce wanted a holiday home for his holidays at the sea and was built by joining two existing houses, its construction dates back to 1934.
ClimateThe climate is temperate in Riccione: summer heat (temperatures up to 35 C) but like any seaside town is cooled by sea breezes, winter temperatures do not fall too low (never below the minimum -2 C). < br />
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Hotel Baltic Riccione 3 star hotel by the beach
Hotel Concord Riccione 4 star hotel, city centre