Travel and Culture in
Cervia is one of the most popular and well-known seaside resorts in Emilia Romagna. Every year it welcomes millions of tourists who enjoy the beaches, the greenness of the pinewood and the sea of this territory.
The old salt village and the old fishing village, that marked the territory of this resort, got united in the twentieh century and became an active and hospitable town.
Today Cervia stands out for its 9 Km of beaches, for its hotel industry, that involves several places as Milano Marittima, Pinarella, Tagliata and for its special saltpans.
Cervia is a modern spa, with its special mud baths, connected to the activities of the saltpans, and it is a sport centre, too, where you can experiment with cycleways and gyms and where you can practice beach volley, horse-riding and many other activities.
If you want to reach Cervia by car:
To Cervia by train:
Cervia has got a railway station: Cervia – Milano Marittima, line Ferrara – Ravenna – Rimini.
The frequent connections to Ravenna and Rimini give you the possibility to reach all the most important towns in Italy and in Europe.
Railway station within a radius of 20 Km: Cesena, line Bologna – Ancona.
To Cervia by plane:
The airports which you can refer to are: Bologna (Km 90), Forlì (Km 30) and Rimini (Km 30); all of them are connected with the most important Italian and European towns through regular services and charter flights.