Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Emilia Romagna
Ridgeway of the parks and cycle pathsA large network of green trails for those who love moving on foot and by bike
Eco-friendly beachesBeaches that respect the environment and promote environmental education
An endless list of PDO and PGI productsFrom the sour cherries of Modena to piadina, the region has more than 40 certified agricultural products
The region of good food and good living. A region which offers an incredible variety of landscapes and cultures, the Apennine mountains and the sea, hard work and slow living, quality food with locally grown ingredients and the opportunity to explore it by bike.
You can enjoy the sea all year round in the Romagna Riviera and discover the incredible biodiversity in the Po Delta Park.
Learn about its ancient history visiting towns and villages along Via Emilia while surrounded and protected by the tree walls of the Casentinesi Forests.
This is just a short list of what this land has to offer. The region protects biodiversity and promotes sustainable tourism. Tourists can discover its places; beauty and culture while respecting the environment, and return home from a holiday with pleasant memories to cherish forever.
Ospitalità Natura establishments in Emilia Romagna
Hotel Select Suites & Spa
|Spa||Terrace bar overlooking the sea|
|Riccione, EMILIA ROMAGNA|
|TripAdvisor: 4.5/5||Booking: 8.9/10|
La Fattoria dell'Autosufficienza
|Bagno di Romagna, EMILIA ROMAGNA|
|TripAdvisor: 5/5||Booking: 9.4/10|
Meridiana Family&Nature Hotel
|Marina Romea, EMILIA ROMAGNA|
|TripAdvisor: 4.5/5||Booking: 8.6/10|
|Igea Marina, EMILIA ROMAGNA|
|TripAdvisor: 4.5/5||Booking: 8.8/10|
Grand Hotel Forlì
|Forlì, EMILIA ROMAGNA|
|TripAdvisor: 4.5/5||Booking: 8.5/10|
Villa Rosa Riviera
|In the heart of Rimini||Natural kitchen|
|Rimini, EMILIA ROMAGNA|
|TripAdvisor: 4.5/5||Booking: 8.7/10|
All places with Nature Hospitality in Emilia Romagna
A place where the sea and the beach are lively all year round but at a slow pace according to the principles of sustainable transport.
So, I am thinking of taking the train and going to… Riccione! A town which is increasingly promoting public transport with minimal impact and is the first resort in Europe to offer eco-friendly beaches.