Milano Marittima lies on the Adriatic coast, next to Cervia, 20 Km South of Ravenna and 37 Km North of Rimini.
Born in 1912 as a garden city, Milano Marittima has since been an elegant and renowned beach resort for young people and families, embracing both relax and liveliness.
An elegant and renowned beach resort immersed in greenery and surrounded by an ancient and lush pinewood, it combines a lively centre with a peaceful natural environment.
Take a stroll through the city centre, full of beautiful and fashionable shops, restaurants, discotheques, night clubs and cafes. Its sandy and clean beach is friendly, safe and ideal both for families and young people. Entertainment programmes are available everywhere along the beach, so that everybody can have fun and relax at the same time.
Milano Marittima is home to the Butterfly House, one of the rare examples in Italy. It consists of an air conditioned green house of over 800 square metres reproducing the typical rainforest environment, with living butterflies and many species of insects.
Surrounded by the pinewood, near Milano Marittima centre, lies the Congress Centre, a multifunctional structure with more than 1000 seats, exhibition areas and a restaurant.
In the millenary pine forest are the Cervia Spa, an avant-garde establishment for the synergy between modern thermal science and nature, which uses "liman", a precious element for health together with mother water, from the nearby Cervia saltpan.
Through the pinewood paths you can reach the Natural Park, a remarkable environmental resource and home to a rich wildlife and flora typical of seaside pinewoods. Within the natural park you can experience tons of excitement at the new park CerviAvventura, with its five adventure paths through the trees.
Not far from the centre and the pinewood you will find important sporting centres where championships, tournaments and top-quality events are organized.
Milano Marittima lights up from november until february in an heartwarming display that captivates both adults and children.