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Top 5 things to do in this long summer

Even if you are an Ironman or an Ironwoman, here are 5 top things to see or do in Cervia and in the Lands of Triathlon

5 cose da non perdere a settembre, fenicotteri


The salt pan of Cervia extends for 827 hectares inland and is the smallest and northern in Italy, nowadays it is the southern door of the Po Delta Park and a European reserve. Salt harvest is very characteristic and exciting. It is possible to admire the handmade ancient method called “the cervese”. From the Salt pan Visitor Center, open until 3rd November, guided tours depart on foot, by bike or electric boat, to discover the flora and fauna of the salt pan.



5 cose da non perdere a settembre, Bertinoro

Located 300 meters above the sea level, halfaway between  Cesena and Forlì, it’s a medieval village of Romagna from where you can enjoy a beautiful view to the sea and fro this reason called “Balcony of Romagna”, it has also known as “Wine City” for the excellent wine production, in particular Albana and Sangiovese.


Founded during the Roman Empire for its favourable position in the heart of Romagna, began very important village and nowadays all proofs are exhibit in the Archeological Museum “Tobia Aldini”.


5 cose da non perdere a settembre, Ravenna


City of art and culture, Ravenna is known throughout the world for its mosaics. It was three times the capital of antiquity and now exhibits an exceptional historical-artistic heritage. Eight buildings were chosen among the countless historical testimonies and declared World Heritage by Unesco: the Basilica of San Vitale, the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Baptistery of the Aryans and Orthodox, the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo and in Class, the Archbishop’s Chapel and the Mausoleum of the Theodoric.


Piadina of Romagna - Ph. Turismo Cervia

Sweet salt of Cervia: defined “sweet” for its delicate taste, it’s perfect for local typical products such as cheeseham and beerPiadina: leaf of wheat flour, lard or olive oil, bicarbonate or yeast, salt and water cooked on a terracotta dish. This is the “bread, indeed the national food of Romagnoli”. A good glass of Sangiovese wine is the perfect match. Squacquerone: cheese P.D.O with a very soft dough.the whole milk is the main ingredient and the taste reminds the pleasantly acidic milk. Sangiovese di Romagna is a red wine with purple scent and berries, silky tannins and full flavor.



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