Adriatic Coast/Rimini, Italy

Available year round

Rimini and the surrounding region are usually overlooked by British tourists. But it has all anyone could want from Italy – culture, sun and hilltop towns.

Rimini’s family-friendly beach attracts an unpretentious, mostly Italian crowd; there are Roman remains and a Renaissance cathedral to admire, while Florence and Ravenna are within easy reach by train; and the nearby settlements of Santarcangelo di Romagna and San Leo are among the prettiest in Italy.

It is also one of the country’s pre-eminent party towns, with scores of lively bars near the coast and a clutch of swanky clubs on the outskirts.

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Whats Included?

All of our tours to Rimini include:

Rimini, Italy

* Airport transfers
* 3 or 4 nights in 3 or 4 star hotels including breakfast and evening meal each day
* Arrangement of two matches against local teams
* Transfers to/from both matches
* Bilingual tour guide
* All services of GoBYSA

The Accommodation

Rimini, Italy

We use a selection of good quality three and four-star hotels in the area. Typically they are beachfront and the food, being Italy, is of a very high standard.

Groups have a choice of rooms: quads, triples, twins, doubles and single, all have private facilities.

What To Do In This Area

Rimini

Rimini, Italy

Rimini is not just sea and beach it also has amusement parks, country-side and castles, local gastronomy, great shopping and many events for all tastes and for all ages.

It is a city of contrasts. In the centre, for instance, ancient narrow streets and cosmopolitan squares are in contrast to the tourist zones and beach areas where lively bars and restaurants attract families and couples alike.

Fabulous restaurants and trendy bars serve great food and wine, while miles of sandy beaches and clear seas attract families. The nightlife is lively. There is always something to do in Rimini.

Local landmarks not to be missed include Arch of Augustus which is the oldest surviving Roman arch. Castel Sismondo was once a majestic fortified palace, today it is a vibrant place with exhibitions and concerts. The City Museum is housed within a former Jesuit monastery.

Bagno Egisto 38 is a beach in Rimini with many different activities like a water gym, beach volley and ping pong.

Visit the Rimini Dolphinarium for a close encounter with dolphins.

For a real adventure you should head to Skypark Parco Avventura, an adventure park that mixes sports and entertainment in close contact with nature.

For those amongst your group that like Shopping head for the Corso d’Augusto area where names such as Gucci, Armani and Prada are easily spotted along with shops selling great handbags and belts, jewellery and traditional crafts.

For souvenir style, along with postcards, beachwear and books head for the beach side shops.

San Marino

Whilst in Rimini you must visit San Marino. just 15 miles away but so different the historic centre of the Republic of San Marino is a living monument. The view from the Towers is incredible; a terrace with a splendid view of the Romagna Coast on one side and the ancient Republic on the other.

Throughout the pedestrian island, walking along the narrow streets, through the squares and around the churches and the many stores and boutiques, shopping is a pleasure. The first stop is usually for souvenirs. Then, perhaps a jewel, a typical artisan product, ceramics, brand-name clothing or perfume.

The Funivia di San Marino is an aerial cable car in San Marino. The cable car runs from a lower terminus in Borgo Maggiore to the upper station in the City of San Marino.

Rolled out in 1959 and modernised two times, the first in the 90’s and the second in 2017, it is one of the most used means of transport to reach the capital, especially by tourists and workers

Less than 8 miles from Rimini is Aquafan, the largest Water Park in Italy.

The complex is divided into four themed areas; water games, sport and fun, relax and children games with attractions to please all tastes.

The Football
Rimini, Italy

Rimini has been a very popular destination for football groups in past seasons because of the warm weather and the  attitude of the locals who provide excitement, entertainment and a  passion for football that are essential ingredients for a great tour.

The positive feedback we’ve received from previous groups should give you the confidence that we will organise a memorable tour for your team.

Getting There

Rimini does have its own airport but only Ryan Air fly there from London-Stansted.

The nearest airport is Ancona which is 53 miles away. Ryan Air flies there also from London-Stansted.

The next nearest is Bologna (77 miles)
Aer Lingus from Dublin.
BA from London-Heathrow.
easyJet from London-Gatwick.
Ryan Air from Bristol, Dublin, Edinburgh, London-Luton, London-Stansted and Manchester

When you arrive you will be met by a member of our local staff who will take you to your accommodation for check-in.

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