Alongside the numerous activities you can do on the beaches or in the immediate hinterland, between Ravenna and Cattolica there are 11 theme parks and attractions which make this area the biggest entertainment ecosystem in Europe.
The biggest theme park in Italy guarantees excitement and pure unadulterated fun with a wide variety of activities, unique events, record-breaking attractions and shows for the whole family.
At Mirabilandia you can also soak up the sun of the Riviera in the wonderful Caribbean atmosphere of Mirabeach, a large water park with white sandy beaches and a refreshing lagoon of swimming pools, games and water slides that will test the mettle of even the bravest of visitors.
From the port of Cervia, on the Milano Marittima side, there are various motorboat excursions, both during the day and at night, that head southwards down the Romagna coast towards the Rimini and Gabicce areas.
The boat, the New Ghibli, also organises unscheduled trips with different routes and experiences, and enjoyable parties to mark special events with top-quality fish-based meals to savour on the open sea.
Milano Marittima is home to the Cervia Canoe and Kayak Club which as well as hiring out the boats and running canoeing and kayaking courses also organises interesting guided trips along the salt pan canal.
Highly evocative, for example, is the night-time excursion with an astronomer who explains the constellations and a nature expert who is able to point out the night-time wildlife.
Safari Ravenna is a wildlife park that gives visitors a close-up and uninhibited view of over 700 animals belonging to over 100 different species, including wild animals.
You can roam the park in your own car or take the electric car or train which give you the added bonus of getting more closely acquainted with the animals; thanks to the expert guides you can get up close and personal with the tamest species.
Happy Valley is a 1000-metre racing track, the only proper circuit in Romagna, for go-karting enthusiasts as well as lovers of Supermotards, Pit Bikes, Mini GP and Scooters. The perfect high-octane location for both motorsports lovers keen to learn how to drive and genuine professionals.
Pedalling across the natural landscape, uncovering lots of historical little sites as you go,
you can enter Romagna’s “green lung” consisting of two maquis shrubland pinewoods, discovering the stories of Cervia’s salt makers and the spectacular monuments of the capital of Byzantine Italy, Ravenna.