Cesenatico is an ancient seaside town, overlooking the Adriatic Sea, rich in tradition, history and culture.
Its port channel has been designed by Leonardo da Vinci and is the heart of the resort, with boats and fishing boats still in business.
Around the harbor there are fish restaurants and the Maritime Museum, the only Italian floating museum, which shows at a glance many centuries of maritime history made of boats, fishing and maritime trade.
Cesenatico is not only sea ….. thanks to the conformation of the territory and the existing routes, the seaside resort has long been a meeting point for professional and non cyclists.
Annually Cesenatico is also home to one of the most important cycling events in Italy: Nove Colli, an event that draws thousands of athletes, fans and onlookers.
The history of cycling Cesenatico is also linked to the sporting life and the great Marco Pantani, that you can trace to the museum “space Pantani”, which is located in viale Gino Cecchini 2.
Pink Night (La Notte Rosa)
Even in Cesenatico Notte Rosa is the “celebration” of the summer, concerts are followed annually with the best singers of the Italian scene, exhibitions, theater performances, magical scenery and fantastic midnight fireworks that attract everyone’s eye to the sky.
A few miles from Cesenatico, Milano Marittima rises, Vip location on the Adriatic coast where you can enjoy shopping in the center or sip an aperitif in the many street bars that attract many young people every day in search of fun.
Also in Milano Marittima you can find the Pineta disco lounge worldliness that attracts VIP and VIP aspiring for evenings of music and being together.