Zadina, Cesenatico, Adriatic Coast

oasis of sea and pine forest

The town of Zadina, in Cesenatico, offers the perfect setting for enjoying a holiday of relaxation and nature, sport and fun in complete freedom. At the same time, it is located two minutes from the lively center of the authentic seaside village of Cesenatico.

The Zadina pine forest is a real green lung overlooking the beach, in the heart of the Romagna Riviera. Just 2 km from the canal port of Cesenatico, away from the confusion and traffic, from the hasty rhythms of a seaside town.

Your whole family will experience a "holiday at km0", reaching by bicycle the most evocative places of this wonderful seaside village in the heart of Romagna.

zadina di cesenatico

Romagna Inland

between rolling hills and traditions to be discovered

An oasis of peace in which to forget everything else, but which can become the perfect starting point for your excursions.
From the Beau Soleil hotel you can reach in a few minutes the most suggestive cultural attractions of the area. Ancient villages and castles, panoramic points and wineries, museums and places full of history.
A hinterland that encompasses rolling hills, breathtaking views, food and wine traditions all to be savored.
Here, we have collected some interesting ideas for you for your trips a few minutes from the sea.

  • Leonardo canal port
  • Marine Museum
  • Marino Moretti House Museum
  • Cathedral of the Leaves by Tonino Guerra
  • The old fish market
  • Marco Pantani Museum
  • Museum of art
  • Basilicas and Byzantine monuments
  • Malatesta Library
  • Basilica del Monte
  • Piazza del Popolo and Masini Fountain
  • Bonci Theater
San Mauro Pascoli
  • Giovanni Pascoli House Museum
  • Villa Torlonia and multimedia museum
Savignano sul Rubicone
  • Rubicon Bridge
  • Spalletti winery
Santarcangelo di Romagna
  • Ancient village and tufaceous caves
  • Typical wine bars and restaurants
  • Tonino Guerra Museum
  • Ancient village
  • Tito Balestra Foundation Museum
  • Petrella Theater
  • Frantoio Turchi Farm
  • Museums of San Domenico