Just Villas Direct offers Riminin and San Marino
Rimini is situated on the beautiful Adriatic Coast in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, and has approximately 40,000 Sun Umbrellas on its famous beachfront and Piazza Tre Martiri (formerly Piazza Giulio Cesare) is by tradition the place where Julius Caesar famously made his decision to march on Rome. Its extensive coastline and beachfront is the major tourist attraction for Rimini, yet this popular Emilian city also boasts a backbone of traditional Italian character for those prepared to explore, to be found within its small historic quarter next to the Corso Giovanni XXIII.
One of the main tourist attractions for visitors to Rimini is the Republic of San Marino, just 26 kms/16 miles away. This tiny independent state has its own currency, postage stamps and army. As well as the novelty factor in visiting the oldest republic in the world, there are a number of interesting landmarks and historical attractions, which can be easily viewed on foot by visitors.
Rimini has plenty of shopping opportunities for everyone, these ranges from high-street fashion stores and chic boutiques to tiny, independent shops selling handcrafted goods. If you enjoy strolling around large parks or exploring small gardens you will find plenty to keep yourself entertained in Rimini. It has a huge green expanse of parks, such as Eden Park, there are also numerous gardens or town squares which, although relatively small in size, are a place of tranquillity in which to relax and watch the rest of Rimini go about its business. Just south of Rimini centre, there is a huge museum that is home to aircraft used in conflicts ranging from Korea and Vietnam to more recent conflicts of the Gulf, and former Yugoslavia. The museum has over 40 planes, including Clark Gable's plane and the plane that once transported the likes of Marilyn Monroe and John Kennedy.
Rimini is a superb location for a holiday in Italy with a wide choice of holiday accommodation in hotels, and has the added advantage of being with easy reach of the neighbouring provinces of Marche with itís historic capital, Urbino, and Umbria, with itís many hilltop Medieval towns including Perugia, Assisi, Todi, Gubbio. Spoleto, and Orvieto. Rimini is also an excellent location ofr a short break holiday in Italy with several low cost airlines now flying into Rimini from the United Kingdom and Europe.