Each year a whole host of cultural events awaits you in the enchanting medieval setting of the little town of Gradara, approximately 5 kilometres from the Hotel Imperiale. These include "The Castle Siege", "Love Gradara", the "Christmas Castle", plus food festivals, exhibitions and other events.
Discover the breath-taking views of the splendid little town of Gradara, which was the setting for the romantic love story between Paolo and Francesca and where you can find local restaurants, wine shops, trattorias and much more.
Ask at reception for more information about guided tours and events or contact the Gradara cultural office.
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The village of San Leo has some of the most stunning, characteristic scenery in the area. At 532 metres above sea level, San Leo is located on an enormous impassable rock and the only entrance to the village is via a road that is cut into the rock. From this point, the view looks out over the surrounding hills and down into the Marecchia valley and to the sea.
Loreto is one of the most important and well-known places of worship in Italy.
The city is famous for the Basilica of the Holy House, one of the most important and ancient Marian pilgrim sites in the catholic world.
Mondaino is a little town that was mainly a military outpost used for defending the border. It reached the height of its military importance under the rule of the Malatesta, lords from Rimini who ruled southern Romagna and part of the Marche from the 14th to the 16th century.
Founded in 301 A.D. the Republic of San Marino is the oldest republic in Europe. It is situated 15 Km from the Romagna Riviera on Monte Titano, over 700 metres above sea level.
Each year millions of tourists from Italy and around the world visit the Republic of San Marino and mainly stay in accommodation in Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica.
Urbino is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy and has breath-taking views over the hills of Le Marche and Montefeltro.
The Palazzo Ducale is the main tourist attraction. It was the heart of the court of Federico of Montefeltro and the duke created a Renaissance heaven here.
The Caves of Frasassi are underground karst caves situated in the Gola Rossa and Frasassi regional park, in the municipality of Genga and in the province of Ancona.
The karst caves in the Onferno Natural Reserve are situated just a few kilometres from Cattolica, in Valconca and near the small municipality of Gemmano. This is the perfect place to be overwhelmed by the rejuvenating power of nature.