Holiday in Cervia
Thanks to its numerous attractions, which make it a favoured destination throughout the year, and a wide range of accommodation options, any time is right to make the most of our holiday packages to Cervia.
Cervia is the ideal destination, whether you're a sun and sea worshipper, love water sports, want to be surrounded by nature, seek holidays with a cultural focus or just want to indulge in some wellness treatments. There are so many things to visit in Cervia and one of the first is the vast green area of the Cervia pine forest.
Covering an area of almost three hundred hectares, the Cervia pine forest is of particular environmental interest, a wonderful green heart that provides enchanting vistas and landscapes to admire. Ideal for walking and cycling, jogging or simply enjoying the fresh air and relaxing in an unspoilt environment, the pine forest includes two Mediterranean pine species and is subdivided into four areas. Here you can venture along any of the 32 different trails, exercise in the open air gym or row along the canals that connect the sea with the salt pans. On the edges of the pine forest you can enjoy archery, tennis and every water sport along the nearby coast.
The Cervia Spa Centre allows visitors to combine relaxing by the sea with wellness treatments. Thanks to its extremely beneficial and curative waters, this stunningly beautiful and modern spa centre provides a wide range of health and beauty treatments.
Cervia's long coastline boasts a wide range of beaches, both free and run by bathing establishments, where you can spend days of fun and relaxation. Over the years, many of these establishments have implemented improvements to provide clients, tourists and residents with a quality of service worthy of the biggest international beaches.
Cervia also includes many places of worship and historical interest, such as the Church of Saint Andrew the Apostle, Cervia Cathedral and the Church of Saint Mary of the Suffrage. The centre of Cervia, crossed by its harbour canal, lights up in the evening and is the perfect place for a stroll, enjoying the fresh breeze from the sea and the scent of the pine woods. Here you can still see what remains of the ancient fishing village. Another nerve centre of Cervia is the salt warehouses. Salt collection and processing have been one of the main sources of revenue for the city since ancient times. Cervia has therefore transformed its warehouses into a Salt Museum where you can learn about the extraction techniques, storage and various uses of salt. At certain times of year, you can also visit Cervia's last remaining traditional salt pan, Salina Camomilla, discovering a way of working that has remained essentially unchanged since the middle of twentieth century.
A holiday in Cervia is the easiest way to have an adventure that includes sport, wellness, nature and culture.