The Romagna Riviera is a stretch of coast overlooking the Adriatic Sea about 90 kilometers long which stretches from the mouth of the Rhine to Gabicce. It represents one of the most important and largest seaside tourist areas in Italy and Europe and has experienced its maximum development from the second post-war period until the end of the 80s of the 20th century, a period in which, along the coast, it developed a practically uninterrupted conurbation from Lido di Classe to Gabicce Mare.
The Riviera was made famous by the poetry of Giovanni Pascoli (born in San Mauro), Olindo Guerrini, Aldo Spallicci, Carlo Borsani and Tonino Guerra; from films like Federico Fellini's Amarcord (born in Rimini), Sergio Corbucci's Rimini Rimini and Bruno Gaburro's Abbronzatissimi; from the songs of Secondo Casadei (one above all: Romagna mia).
Rimini is a city in Emilia-Romagna on the Adriatic coast, known for nightclubs on the sea and for the shallow waters. The Malatesta Temple, in the southern area of the city, is the fifteenth-century reconstruction of an ancient Franciscan church in which Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, a local nobleman, is buried. Nearby is Castel Sismondo, a medieval fortress built by the Malatesta family, now home to cultural events.
Summer Beach Arena, presents the best live and dj-sets of national-international artists;
A new gigantic outdoor arena on the beach in Rimini, a terrific musical program: Summer Beach Arena in Rimini.
Over 10 thousand square meters overlooking the sea, over 15,000 people for each event.
a real 1 month long beach festival with a line up featuring live shows from the best Italian urban artists and a series of DJs protagonists of the most important electronic music festivals.
In short, a project in line with the most important European events that can once again attract attention from around the world around Rimini..
Riccione (Arciôn in Romagna dialect) is an Italian town of 35 317 inhabitants in the province of Rimini, in Emilia-Romagna. Nicknamed "The Green Pearl of the Adriatic" (thanks to the particular abundance of urban greenery), it is one of the main summer tourist destinations of the Romagna Riviera and northern Italy. It is the second largest municipality in the province by population and the 17th in the region. It is part of the so-called coastal (or seaside) metropolis, a densely populated area parallel to the sea which from the province of Ravenna reaches the southern border of Cattolica.
The Cocoricò in Riccione is one of the most famous discos in Italy.
It is located on the hills of Riccione, between the city and the exit of the A14 motorway. Local symbol of Italian techno music since the nineties, it has gained a growing reputation with the passage of time, so much so as to be called "a monumental Mecca of dance music". In the "Top 100 clubs" ranking drawn up by DJ Magazine in 2015, it ranked first among Italian discos and 16th among discos all over the world.
Over the years, DJs of the caliber of Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Deadmau5, Marshmello and Tiësto have played at the Cocoricò.
Riviera Romagnola, Samsara Beach in Riccione is much more than just a beach. Under the umbrella, tourists can enjoy state-of-the-art equipment for total comfort and a world of premium services. In addition, the location has an exclusive panoramic restaurant, open for lunch and dinner, with a menu that includes specialties of the typical Salento and Romagna cuisine. The Samsara Beach in Riccione is also the ideal solution for organizing large private events, both day and night.