Walking between castles and medieval villages
San Marino – The Ancient Land of Freedom. Mount Titano dominates the Romagna countryside. Sitting on top of Mount Titano 850 m a.s.l., SAN MARINO is unique in that it is the oldest republic in Europe. It is famous for its three “pens” i.e. the three Medieval towers that are a symbol of this small republic. From its panoramic terrace, you can admire the amazing landscape that leads right down to the sea. Come and discover its fascinating old yet modern atmosphere!Back
San Leo – one of the most beautiful hilltop towns in Italy In the heart of the Valmarecchia Valley, sitting on a hill 600 m a.s.l., San Leo is the old capital of the Montefeltro area. San Leo is not only famous for its fortress, church, and cathedral, but also for the mysterious and fascinating figure called Count Cagliostro, who was imprisoned and eventually died in the Fort in 1795. A must for all visitors!!!
Verucchio – the cradle of the Malatesta domination FROM THE ETRUSCANS TO THE MALATESTA DOMINATION. The municipality of Verucchio, with its Malatesta Castle, was the seat of the Malatesta family in the Lower Middle Ages and the town reached the apex of its glory during their domination of Rimini. VERUCCHIO is situated in a privileged and spectacular position from which you can admire the whole coastline as well as the Apennine foot hills. Add a special touch to your holiday! A trip to this little hilltop town will stay in your heart forever.