Stepping out of the main door you will be immersed in the beating heart of Cesenatico, the charming Piazzetta delle Conserve, which owes its name precisely to the “Conserve,” ancient iceboxes that from the 1600s to the early 1900s were filled in layers with ice to preserve fish.
Here you will also find thesoul of the village with its typical fruit and vegetable markets.
Just a stone’s throw away is the famous Canal Port designed by Leonardo Da Vinci with its historical boats of the Upper Adriatic between the late 1800s and the first half of the 1900s Trabaccoli, Bragozzi, Lancia, Paranza, Topo, Battana.
In a few minutes you will reach the sea, picturesque in winter and full of life in summer.
Savor an aperitif as the sun goes down looking out over the pier, enjoy a seafood dinner at one of the delicious local restaurants, or simply enjoy a relaxing day at sea.