Popular Lettings in Rimini
Highlights in Rimini
- Rimini Beach
- Augustus' Arch
- Castel Sismondo
- Tiberius Bridge
- Italia Park in Miniatura
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Rimini
An important seaside resort on the Adriatic Coast, Rimini offers holiday rentals along its entire coastline, in areas located along beaches with evocative names, such as Bellariva, Marebello, and Rivazzurra, but also to the north, on the other side of the city's marina. Thus the districts of Viserba and Viserbella also offer beautiful holiday rentals by the sea or nearby. But you can opt for accommodation in the picturesque and charming old town of Rimini, or simply beyond the Adriatica motorway, in the countryside of Emilia Romagna!Beautiful holiday rentals in the sun
Rimini offers a wide range of holiday rentals that will delight beach lovers and lovers of old stones. Most of the accommodation near the sea has a balcony that allows you to contemplate the azure blue horizon and the abundant tourist activity. All you have to do is cross the Avenue Guiseppe di Vittorio to go swimming or eating. Rentals of any size, or larger homes with a garden and pool? Everything is possible in Rimini, and a wide range of equipment is to be selected, according to your needs and desires.
Holidays in Rimini
Location and orientation
Welcome to Rimini, one of the favourite destinations of Italians when summer comes, located on the sublime Adriatic coast. Its fine sandy beach seems to stretch to infinity, and its holidaymakers appreciate the comfort of the services offered by the beach-goers because it allows them to devote themselves fully to the pleasures of swimming and idleness! The city of Rimini has an international airport located a few minutes from the city centre, and it is also served by a railway station that runs along the entire eastern coast of La Grande Botte.A multifaceted city
Rimini is not only the beach, far from it! Visiting the city of Emilia Romagna also means discovering several aspects of Italian culture. In this city where Frederico Fellini, the great director, was born, several eras coexist, with remnants of ancient Rome, such as the amphitheatre and the bridge of Tiberius, a fortress from the Middle Ages, and sumptuous buildings dating from the Renaissance! In addition to its architectural heritage, Rimini offers a wide range of leisure activities for everyone, both on land and at sea.
Travellers and Activities
Rimini will inevitably win the unanimous support of families as a destination for the next holiday! Apart from its famous beach, the seaside resort of the Adriatic coast offers a lot of attractions for everyone. Let's start with Fiabilandia, an amusement park with several worlds that is located south of the city, between the airport and the sea. 5 kilometres further south, the Aquafan water park also promises to be an exciting experience! Along this splendid coast, there is also an aquarium, a karting circuit, and a bowling alley, enough for a memorable stay.Rimini for couples
Rimini, despite its high popularity during the high season, represents a romantic and interesting holiday resort in many respects, which cannot leave couples indifferent! A good idea to start your stay is to rent a bike and take a walk in the city centre, to admire the cobbled streets lined with houses with colourful facades and the remarkable monuments of the seaside resort on the Adriatic. And what a pleasure it is to sit on the terrace of the beautiful Cavour square for a few moments to enjoy an ice cream or a soda!
San Marino and its rugged terrain is only 30 kilometres from Rimini, it is the perfect opportunity to visit the hinterland!
Top 5 things to do in Rimini
This beach, which is more than 15 kilometres long and extends to several other municipalities, is very popular in Italy. It is mainly occupied by "bagnos", sections of paying beaches that offer many services, but there are also some "free" beaches.2. Admire the Arch of Augustus
This majestic arch, which dates back more than 2000 years, was once one of the gateways to Rimini, and was an integral part of the city's walls. Now surrounded by a beautiful lawn, it is emblematic of the Romagna city3. Visit Castel Sismondo
This 15th century castle built in red brick looks like an austere fortress. After having been restored a few years ago, it now hosts cultural events that give it back its former glory!4. Strolling on the Tiberius Bridge
This thousand-year-old stone bridge over the Marecchiafut was completed under the reign of Emperor Tiberius. It is one of the most popular sites in downtown Rimini, and is surrounded by a green space where it is pleasant to walk.5. Discover the Italia in Miniatura Park
. Located at the northern exit of the seaside resort, this theme park offers you the opportunity to travel throughout Italy, in a miniature version of the most famous sites of La Grande Botte. Very informative and entertaining for the whole family!