Highlights Adriatic coast
|14 Bike hotels||24 Recommended routes||
The best bike hotels on the Adriatic coast Quote
Opening: 19 March - 10 November 2022
Professional bike guides
Wellness center & pool
from € 66 per day
Opening: 1 April - 10 October 2022
from € 47 per day
EM|hotel Europa Monetti
Opening: April - December 2022
Super buffet breakfast
Bianchi hotel partner
from € 59 per day
Opening: 2 April - 1 October 2022
48 renewed rooms
Private parking adjacent to the hotel
from € 65 per day
Venus Bike Resort
Opening: May - October 2022
A Hotel and rooms with panoramic sea views, at the foot of San Bartolo
Hotel and Villa in a unique context
Spaces: a Resort more than a Hotel!
from € 54 per day
Resort Hotel Marinella
Opening: 23 March - 8 October 2022
Directly on the beach
from € 50 per day
Opening: open all year round
Heated suspended pool
from € 52 per day
Hotel Dory and Suite
Opening: 12 March - 5 November 2022
Famous Bike hotel
Largest Scott bike rental
from € 81 per day
Ancora Hotel & Residence
Opening: April - September 2022
Owner is a cyclist
from € 50 per day
Oxygen Cycling Hotel
Opening: 5 March - 30 October 2022
BIANCHI Rental Service
from € 60 per day
Opening: from 2 April 2022
Tours 6 days/week
200sq.m. safe storage
from € 45 per day
Locanda Camera con Vista
Opening: open all year round
Intimate and exlusive Inn
from € 58 per day
Belvedere Sport & Wellness Hotel
Opening: 24 March - 16 October 2021
Tripadvisor #1 World 2018
from € 119 per day
Opening: From April 2022
Directly on the sea
Rooms with sea view balcony
from € 56 per day
The best road bike trails
|From Rimini to San Marino||find out||61.1 km||Medium-easy||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
|The Ciocca||find out||72.8 km||Difficult||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
|Urbino||find out||120 km||Medium||Recommended by Hotel Fedora|
The best MTB trails
|Gothic Line||find out||22 km||Difficult||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
|The Monte Conero Natural Park||find out||35 km||Easy||Recommended by Italy Bike Hotels|
|The vineyards Trail||find out||54 km||Medium||Recommended by Hotel Nautilus|
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For us Italians, Romagna is not just the name of a region. In the collective imagination, it brings to mind images of holidays, fun and sunbathing, of folklore, food and wine culture, sea and festivals. A carefree and envied lifestyle, the ability to enjoy the…
For us Italians, Romagna is not just the name of a region. In the collective imagination, it brings to mind images of holidays, fun and sunbathing, of folklore, food and wine culture, sea and festivals. A carefree and envied lifestyle, the ability to enjoy the life which has served as a centre of attraction for travellers from all over Europe, including those who love cycling.
The diversity of Romagna’s uniqueness is also reflected in the continuous change of landscapes, ranging from the placid sea to the vast plain, interrupted by rolling hills that gradually and without notice transform into scenic mountains.
On paper, the off-road routes unwinding through the Tuscan Emilian Apennines do not seem impossible. But this is only appearance. While here cyclists will certainly not find the steep trails of the Dolomites, this area is dotted with sections reaching 20% gradients, ranging from a distance of just a few hundreds of meters to approximately 1 and a half kilometres.
Even the short and steep descents do not disappoint.
The “piadina” is one of the great treasures of Romagna’s local cuisine, known throughout the world and loved by millions of people. It is a type of round flatbread, stuffed, depending on your taste, with mozzarella, tomatoes and ham, or rocket salad and…
The “piadina” is one of the great treasures of Romagna’s local cuisine, known throughout the world and loved by millions of people. It is a type of round flatbread, stuffed, depending on your taste, with mozzarella, tomatoes and ham, or rocket salad and stracchino cheese, or even with vegetables, cheese and cold cuts.
“Cappelletti” in broth
A great classic of Romagna’s local cuisine. Even though the original recipe is disputed by different regions, the result remains unchanged: stuffed pasta obtained by cutting the sheet of pasta dough (made with egg) into squares or circles, with meat or cheese filling placed in the centre. The dough is folded in two (forming a triangle) while the ends are joined all the way around by pressing with a finger. The Cappelletti are cooked in meat broth (preferably chicken).
“Passatelli” pasta in broth are yet another treat for the palate typical of the Romagna region. With its characteristic filament shape, they can be made in different lengths depending on the tool used. The preparation of “passatelli” (literally meaning “passed through”) in fact requires the use a special tool difficult to find outside the Romagna region.
Blue Adriatic fish preserved in brine, Saraghina is a “poor” fish that becomes a typical delicacy thanks to salting and pressing of the freshly catch in beech barrels.
Old sweet typical of Romagna’s local cuisine, based on poor ingredients and obtained by kneading flour dissolved in water and cooked on a griddle, dressed with oil and a pinch of sugar.
History & Culture
The territorial extension that together with Emilia forms the Emilia Romagna Administrative Region includes the provinces of Forlì-Cesena, Ravenna and Rimini, as well as the municipalities of the metropolitan city of Bologna. The love for the land and the central role of…
The territorial extension that together with Emilia forms the Emilia Romagna Administrative Region includes the provinces of Forlì-Cesena, Ravenna and Rimini, as well as the municipalities of the metropolitan city of Bologna. The love for the land and the central role of agriculture have shaped the territory of this region. Close to the valleys as well as on the coast, farmers take on the role of entrepreneurs, as well as custodians of ancient traditions. Together with this, home, family and tradition, along with the fixed reference point in the culture of Romagna: the place where to come back.