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All inclusive Hotels in San Mauro Mare

Hotel Villa Verde
San Mauro Mare (FC)
BeachEntertainmentPet FriendlySwimming PoolFree Wi-FiDrinks
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Distances from places of interest
* Railway station1.9 km
* Motorway19.3 km
* Old town centre193 m
* Port6.2 km
* Aeroporto Federico Fellini20.8 km
* Italia in Miniatura9.8 km
All inclusive Hotels in San Mauro Mare

An all inclusive holiday in San Mauro Mare means:

Fully-equipped beaches and clear waters
Strategic location for holidays in the name of arts and good food
Proximity to major theme parks

A small and relaxing seaside resort on Romagna’s Riviera, halfway between Rimini and Cesenatico, San Mauro Mare boasts fully-equipped beaches that have been awarded the Blue Flag for many years consecutively, as well exquisitely-landscaped parks and green areas. For sports enthusiasts, the many bathing establishments offer beach volleyball and beach tennis courts, a swimming and sailing school, and daily outdoor activities such as aquagym and calisthenics.

Just 7 km away is San Mauro Pascoli, thus named in honour of the great Italian poet who was born here. The historic centre is the heart of the town, with the 18th century municipal building, the former Church of St. Sebastian, the small Pascoli House museum – a national monument – and Villa Torlonia, another Pascoli family residence and a rare example of Romagna architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Not to be missed are the Pascoli Itineraries (Itinerari Pascoliani), where you will discover Romagna’s artistic treasures as well as the area’s gastronomic specialities, such as local extra-virgin olive oil, the Sangiovese and Albana D.o.c. wines, cheeses like squaqquerone, raveggiolo and formaggio di fossa, and finally desserts like saba and savour.

The town’s major events include the “Festival of Seashells” (Fiera della Conchiglia) with its characteristic market stalls, on the first weekend of July, and the “Concert at Dawn” (Concerto all’Alba), held in August, in a unique setting directly on the beach. July and August are also the time of the “Garden of Poetry” (Giardino della Poesia), a series of concerts and shows staged in locations of significance to Pascoli’s life and work.
Just 8 km from San Mauro is Cesenatico, with its picturesque port-canal (designed by Leonardo da Vinci), while Rimini is a mere 15 km. Also nearby are all the area’s major theme parks: Mirabilandia (20 km), Fiabilandia (25 km), Rimini’s Italia in Miniatura (14 km), and Oltremare and Aquafan (30 km) in Riccione.

A small and relaxing seaside resort on Romagna’s Riviera, halfway between Rimini and Cesenatico, San Mauro Mare boasts fully-equipped beaches that have been awarded the Blue Flag for many years consecutively, as well exquisitely-landscaped parks and green areas. For sports enthusiasts, the many bathing establishments offer beach volleyball and beach tennis courts, a swimming and sailing school,...

A small and relaxing seaside resort on Romagna’s Riviera, halfway between Rimini and Cesenatico, San Mauro Mare boasts fully-equipped beaches that have been awarded the Blue Flag for many years consecutively, as well exquisitely-landscaped parks and green areas. For sports enthusiasts, the many bathing establishments offer beach volleyball and beach tennis courts, a swimming and sailing school, and daily outdoor activities such as aquagym and calisthenics.

Just 7 km away is San Mauro Pascoli, thus named in honour of the great Italian poet who was born here. The historic centre is the heart of the town, with the 18th century municipal building, the former Church of St. Sebastian, the small Pascoli House museum – a national monument – and Villa Torlonia, another Pascoli family residence and a rare example of Romagna architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Not to be missed are the Pascoli Itineraries (Itinerari Pascoliani), where you will discover Romagna’s artistic treasures as well as the area’s gastronomic specialities, such as local extra-virgin olive oil, the Sangiovese and Albana D.o.c. wines, cheeses like squaqquerone, raveggiolo and formaggio di fossa, and finally desserts like saba and savour.

The town’s major events include the “Festival of Seashells” (Fiera della Conchiglia) with its characteristic market stalls, on the first weekend of July, and the “Concert at Dawn” (Concerto all’Alba), held in August, in a unique setting directly on the beach. July and August are also the time of the “Garden of Poetry” (Giardino della Poesia), a series of concerts and shows staged in locations of significance to Pascoli’s life and work.
Just 8 km from San Mauro is Cesenatico, with its picturesque port-canal (designed by Leonardo da Vinci), while Rimini is a mere 15 km. Also nearby are all the area’s major theme parks: Mirabilandia (20 km), Fiabilandia (25 km), Rimini’s Italia in Miniatura (14 km), and Oltremare and Aquafan (30 km) in Riccione.