Terra ospitale, terra "con l'anima", l'Emilia Romagna offre al visitatore luoghi tutti da scoprire, tesori d'arte rari, scorci inusuali. Se dunque avrai voglia di muoverti, troverai ciò che fa per te: segui i siti istituzionali proposti, essi offrono lo spunto di conoscere insieme la gente, la natura, l'arte e lo spirito della nostra terra.
There are several possibilities of exploring by bycicle the area around the camping or alongside the Adriatic Coast of Romagna, one of the richest in bycicle ways in Italy.
There are routes and itineraries for mountain bikes, cycling for families and sport training circuits greatly varying in range of difficulties.
You can rent all kind of cycles in the Camping or in the town.
Here you will find some useful links to start your exploration (by bike of course).
Our golf center is considered to be one of the best equipped golf centers in Italy. The 27 holes course winds through an area of almost 100 hectares along the old pine-forest and a fascinating seaside. Working together with an expert such as Baldovino Dassù, the course architects Marco Croze and Alvise Rossi Fioravanti have designed the first 9 holes in a typical Scottish link style, the second 9 holes follow the classic North American models and the last 9 holes have a design that makes this sport still more pleasant. At the Adriatic Golf Club Cervia: whether on the green or approaching the course or in the bunkers, the mild climate of our Riviera makes it possible to play almost all the year round. Even during the hottest month of August the sea breeze refreshes our guests.
Some miles off shore Ravenna is possible to perform one of the best scuba diving excursion you can experiment in the high Adriatic Sea.
The former oil platform "Paguro" now lies under 25 metres of water, abbanded since 1965, after an uncontrolled natural gas eruction, which provoked a victim and several months of continuous firing.
Thanks to the creation of a natural reserve and to many diving clubs in the vicinity, that old tragedy turned into the possibility to experience a rather unusual guided dive for the sandy coast of the Adriatic Sea.
The wrack of the platform has now become an artificial reef that hosts a surprisingly wide number of marine species.
For more information on scuba diving guided visits we will put you in touch with the local diving clubs and the Park authority.
In Marina di Ravenna you can also visit the Historical Diving Society Museum.