… so people called the harbor of Cesena which they once had created in the 14th century: Cesenatico, about 20 km north-west of Rimini. The port was designed by Leonardo da Vinci and is the landmark of Cesenatico.
Today the place is far better known as the mother city: one of the most popular seaside resorts on the Adriatic coast with shallow, fine sandy beach of over 7 km. And a nightlife that cannot be called other than impressive.
In the north of the village you can find the old and very pittoresque harbor, which interacts with its many colorful fishing and sailing boats. In reality the harbor is a channel, prudently planned by Leonardo da Vinci, which has two angles. Because of this the harbor silts up much less than other harbors in the area.
Since some time, there is public Wifi in Cesenatico, so that even on the beach one can not miss any emails. It does not seem that there would be a official tariff structure, so you will have to register e.g. compile the following form:
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In the south of the village a nondescript creek flows the famous river called Rubicon. Those who had to toil with Latin in school will probably recognize its name. Its historical fame comes from Caesar in 49 BC, when he passed the river to march towards Rome, to pull the aures of Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus.