Riccione - Green Pearl?
Riccione is defined and known by all as the 'Green Pearl of the Adriatic' certainly for its elegant and refined style; stately villas, green hills and a blue sea are the main protagonists of this magnificent land that preserves several pedestrian zones in the city to keep its inhabitants and of course its beloved guests quiet.
Since the beginning of the 20th century, Riccione has been the holiday destination of choice for celebrities and artists because it was a fashionable salon where attention could be drawn, just as it is today along Viale Ceccarini, which is and has always been a real catwalk for getting noticed and meeting people.
Moreover, not everyone is aware of the fact that Riccione offers not only beauty linked to its coastline, but also a malicious hinterland to be discovered among fortresses and castles full of stories to be told that bring to mind the legendary exploits of the ancient Malatesta seignory.
Riccione's beaches are among the most famous in the world.
There are about 135 establishments that set up beach umbrellas and deckchairs every single morning from the beginning of summer in an enchanting scenario consisting of a wide expanse of sea and a brisk air that anticipates the liveliness and fun that the day is about to bring.
Moreover, a good alternative to the beach could certainly be the Riccione Thermal Baths, where it is possible to enjoy unconditional relaxation thanks to the mud baths, massages with waters rich in sulphur, iodine, bromine, chloride and magnesium to make you feel at your best.
This city is undoubtedly one of the trendiest and most festive in the whole of Europe.
It is home to the most original venues, where the most unusual music is played and new techniques of theatre and cinema are experimented with.
Riccione is the place where ways of life are invented, it is a vast laboratory of fun and good living.
Riccione's discotheques are well-known all over the world and it is almost reductive to define them as such, since they are now more and more akin to veritable museums of design where the most famous DJs on the music scene choose to perform.
Among the most famous discotheques are Byblos, Peter Pan, Prince, Pascià, Cocoricò and Villa delle Rose.