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Discover Cesenatico
The sweet town on the Adriatic Coast

Since ancient times, Cesenatico has been a fishing and trading centre and still today life revolves around the channel and the port, designed by Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo's study represents an important milestone in the town's history and a further evidence of the crucial role played by the port in the life of the town and of the whole area.

Today, the oldest part of the channel hosts the Maritime Museum which displays restored ancient boats, characterized by their colored sails, which testify the identity of a town always linked to the sea. In the restaurants along the channel, you can taste our traditional cuisine, based on courses of fresh fish. The Printing House Braghittoni is the little historical store of the block printing, situated on the waterfront of Cesenatico. Among the gorgeous tablecloths decorated with traditional designs, you will find prints decorated with fish, dolphins, whales and other creatures from the sea.

  • The Port Canal: designed by Leonardo. Leonardo's study thus represents an important milestone in the town's history.
  • Piazza delle Conserve: In the past it was used to preserve fish, which was salted in two deep cone-shaped wells that are still visible today
  • Floating Seafaring Museum: today, the oldest and most characteristic part of the port.
  • Museum of Marco Pantani: the bike's legend.
  • Casa Moretti is Marino Moretti’s house left in 1980 by the poet to the Municipality of Cesenatico
  • Very inviting is also the Bagno Rosa in Cesenatico, our beach we have an agreement with, which receive the guests of any age.