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Cervia is situated on the Adriatic coast, 20 km southern of Ravenna, it has more than 9 km of beaches and in 2016 the water quality is so hight as to give to the city the Blue Flag of the Foundation for Environment Education.
The main asset of the locality is the beach tourism, with a very long and well organized coastline, Cervia is the fourth Italian town with the highest number of hotel.
Those coming to Cervia to regenerate and relax themselves can devote to self-care thanks to the Thermae of Cervia. The natural treasure and the spa mud will give you an unprecedented experience. The Cervia Spa is one of the most advanced spas in Italy, with quality certification for ten years.
The history of Cervia is strongly linked to salt production. The Natural Reserve Cervia Saltwork is the testimony of the link of the city with its Saline. Inside the park is situated the manufacturing plant. The salt of Cervia, famous throughout Italy, is called the "sweet salt."
It has a large pinewood, about 260 hectares and includes the areas of Milano Marittima, Cervia, Pinarella and Tagliata.
Cervia represents an excellent starting point to visit Ravenna, famous above all for its beautiful mosaics, unique in the world. Ravenna has always been the most historically important cities of Emilia Romagna.
Many monuments that deserve to be seen as the Basilica of San Vitale, where we find the mosaics representing the origins of Christianity; the Mausoleum of Galla Placida which remains one of the most beautiful monuments of Ravenna, this one characterized by fascinating mosaics representing the victory of eternal life over death, or the Arian Baptistery dating from the fifth century, when Arianism became the official religion of the court.
Another important sites of interest is the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe, built in the sixth century A.D. and that is the greatest example of Basilica Paleocristiana.
Another important step, especially for lovers of Italian literature is the Tomb of Dante, the great Florentine poet who died in Ravenna in 1321, which was dedicated this small temple built in 1780 by Camillo Morgia.
But beyond the many famous sites those visiting the land of Romagna can not help but appreciate the kitchen, just to mention some of the most popular dishes such as the famous piadina, known throughout the world, cappelletti, passatelli, accompanied a good glass of Sangiovese.
Our territory is able to satisfy everyone, from beach lovers, passing by the town until you get to the food and wine lovers.