Santarcangelo di Romagna

Rocca Malatestiana Santarcangelo di Romagna
Rocca Malatestiana

Santarcangelo di Romagna is an elegant medieval town standing on a gently sloping hillside, just kilometres from the Adriatic sea and the popular beaches of Rimini. It holds many attractions including the Castello Malatestiano, a stunning fortress built and developed by the Malatesta family in the 14th and 15th centuries complete with polygonal towers; a huge triumphal arch built in 1777 to honour fellow-citizen Pope Clemente XIV in the town’s main square, and a network of mysterious tufa caves and tunnels that crisscross the hillside, known as Mount Giove, that are famed for their architectural beauty.

The town also boasts a 17th-century textile printing house that is still in use; a museum dedicated to Tonino Guerra, the late famed poet, screenplay writer and artist who was born in Santarcangelo and worked with the likes of Fellini and Antonioni; and an international theatre festival which takes place every year in July.

Piazza Ganganelli
La fontana di Tonino Guerra

Delle Farfalle . B&B Santarcangelo
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