The main services offered by the hotels in Milano Marittima
Those who choose Milano Marittima as their holiday destination know that its holidays offer high standards and top quality services. From two-star to four-star solutions, all hotels in Milano Marittima know how to meet all requirements, are suitable for families with children, young people and couples in a context which offers many opportunities for entertainment. Many establishments offer free use of bicycles to visit the town; others have special deals for Mirabilandia, one of the most famous theme parks in Romagna, and the Zoo Safari Ravenna, where you can discover and explore the wonderful world of animals. Then there’s tons of opportunities for families to have fun and keep entertained thanks to the many sea-view pools of the hotels in Milano Marittima and the opportunities to explore the surrounding nature on excursions.
Useful suggestions on how to choose a hotel in Milano Marittima
Milano Marittima is a VIP tourist location on the Romagna Riviera. It is lively destination rich in events throughout the summer. Deciding which holiday is the best for you entails assessing the services offered by the establishments and their location. In addition, it’s very handy to have some indication on how to move around in the town, its neighbourhoods and most interesting areas.
Piazzale Primo Maggio, for example, is the central square from which the famous pedestrian streets with shops, boutiques and trendy bars branch off . For people who love being at the centre of it all in summer, we recommend a hotel in that area in Milano Marittima.
The Spa is located not far from the beach and Piazzale Primo Maggio in a green, peaceful area near the Cervia saltworks. The hotels in the vicinities offer advantageous deals and discounts at the spas, in an atmosphere of relaxation and well-being.
The Beaches in Milano Marittima
Milano Marittima is lively, glamorous, well-kept, hip and rich in services. The beach extends across a 4km stretch of sandy beach with a host of beach clubs; some are establishments which are suitable for families and children, others are ones that attract VIPs and younger crowds, and there are also some free beaches for people who wish to relax without having to hire a parasol.
The main beaches for the younger crowds in Milano Marittima are: Paparazzi Beach 242, Papete Beach and Bicio Papao. Family beaches include: Bagno del Pino, Bagno Club Milano 273, Bagno Holiday Village and Peperittima Beach. There are two free beaches in Milano Marittima: one is near the old Varese summer camp between Traversa XIX and XXII; the second one in between Bagno Mazzanti and Bagno Roma.
Milano Marittima: you’re a stone’s throw away from all the fun
Families with children, young people, groups of friends and couples choose Milano Marittima for the many opportunities this land affords, its proximity to two of the main parks of the Riviera (Mirabilandia and the Ravenna Zoo Safari) and the beautiful and suggestive Butterfly House.
Zoo Safari Ravenna is about 9 minutes away from Milano Marittima; it is easily accessible both by car and by train. From Savio di Ravenna station, you can take bus 176; while from Ravenna station, you can take bus 4 or bus 176 (Info: www.safariravenna.it).
Mirabilandia is about 9 minutes away from Cervia; it is easily accessible both by car and by train. From Lido di Classe station, you can take the shuttle bus to the park upon payment. (Info: www.mirabilandia.it)
The Butterfly House is in Milano Marittima and is a 550m2 greenhouse which houses about 50 different butterfly species. (Info: www.atlantide.net/amaparco/info-e-tariffe)
How to get to Milano Marittima
Getting to Milano Marittima by car or on public transport is easy and accessible thanks to the proximity of the motorway, the airports in Rimini and Forlì, and a very active railway.
From the North: take the A14 Bologna and head south towards Ancona; exit at Ravenna and continue on the SS16 following the directions for Cervia. Milano Marittima is a fraction of this municipality.
From the South: on the A14 motorway heading north towards Bologna, take the Rimini Nord – Bellaria – Santarcangelo exit and continue on SS16 towards Ravenna-Bellaria until you reach Cervia.
To reach Milano Marittima by train, you must choose Cervia – Milano Marittima as your destination.
It is serviced by many regional trains which connect it to Ravenna and Rimini, both in summer and winter.
In addition to this line, 20 km away there’s Cesena train station (on the Bologna – Ancona line), which is connected to Cervia via the ATR extraurban bus line.
If travelling by plane, there are 3 airports near Cervia and Milano Marittima with shuttle services to the towns:
Bologna, G. Marconi Airport (90 km)
Forlì, L. Ridolfi Airport (30 km)
Rimini, F. Fellini Airport (30 km)