We are a roar away from the Misano World Circuit!
Listen to the engines rumbling: you’re in Romagna!
In the local dialect, we call it “Tla’ tera di mutor”, the land of engines.
Lots of champions were born in and close to the Emilia-Romagna region: Marco Simoncelli, Valentino Rossi, Loris Capirossi, Andrea Dovizioso, and Marco Melandri, just to mention a few. This is the land of Ducati and the San Marino Grand Prix, as well as the Rimini coastline.
If you love to zoom around aboard your motorbike and have a passion for high-speed racing, you must know we are an earshot away from the Misano World Circuit, named after the late Marco Simoncelli, where Moto GP, Superbike, Ducati Convention, and Super Track are just few of the reasons to stay at our campsite and hit the track! It is the place to be, because well as the numerous events at the Misano circuit, you may also hop onto your bike and discover fascinating and evocative sights in the Riccione surroundings!
A unique itinerary is the one crossing the most beautiful towns in the Romagna area.
152 km in 4 hours: Imola, Faenza, Brisighella, Modigliana, Castrocaro Terme, Predappio, Teodorano, Sogliano al Rubicone.
- It starts in Dozza, just before Imola. This little town is defined The Graffiti Village, in that true works of art adorn every one of its walls.
- Your excursion will then shift from the Imola inland to Faenza, the city of ceramics, then onwards to Brisighella and its Rocca Manfrediana fortress.
- Back on your bike seat and to Modigliana, in the province of Forlì-Cesena, with its ancient castle; then to Castrocaro Terme and the beneficial properties of its thermal waters, and onwards to Predappio, birthplace of Mussolini.
- The tour continues in Teodorano, next to Meldola, then Sogliano al Rubicone (yes, on the river used in the famous expression “crossing the Rubicon”), with its historic streets and good food. The next stop will be San Leo, boasting its dominant stronghold and the mysteries dedicated to Count Cagliostro the Alchemist.
- At that point you’ll be basically at the gates of San Marino, so why not stop by before, of course, reaching Camping Adria in Riccione?
We’ll be waiting you!