Milano Marittima's territory

Milano Marittima is a seaside resort with a strong tourist vocation. Here, the sea and the beach represent the most distinctive character of the territory. However, the area of Cervia and Milano Marittima has some natural features that make it suggestive and different from other places on the Romagna Riviera.

In fact, Milano Marittima is nestled in the Cervia pine forest, a protected and pristine area of over 270 hectares, which separates the inhabited area from the beach. To the north are the districts of Lido di Savio and Lido di Classe, while to the south is Cervia.

The presence of many green areas has favored residential and tourist development in perfect harmony with the environment. To preserve what remains of the ancient pine forest, the Cervia Natural Park of 27 hectares has been established, along with the area of the Cervia Salt Pans (827 hectares) which, in addition to guaranteeing the production of the famous Cervia Salt, constitutes a unique natural reserve in the territory.

This natural heritage constitutes the Southern Station of the Po Delta Park, a park of the Emilia Romagna Region established in 1988 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those who love nature and want to discover the territory of Milano Marittima can choose from the many excursions and itineraries in Cervia and Milano Marittima, guided tours, not only on foot, but also by boat and motorboat, by bicycle, and on horseback.