San Leo

The village of San Leo stands on a rocky crag, where on the highest point stands the imposing Fort, from which you can enjoy a panorama stretching from the valley of Marecchia to the sea. It was the capital of the County of Montefeltro and the Capital of Italy, hosted Dante and St. Francis Of Assisi.


The border between the hills of Romagna and Marche, the Village is the hill of the deer (or even the mount of Diana). It is a medieval village, dominated by the Malatesta Fortress and famous for the Palio of the Deer, the feast entirely to the medieval theme that takes place in August and which involves the whole country.

San Marino

Is located on mount Titano at 750 metres of height, was independent and ideal to spend a day among the shops and art. In San Marino you can find various shopping outlets and malls suitable for shopping and places of interest such as the Three Towers, the Public Palace and the many museums.


It is located not far from the sea, in a hilly landscape and is mainly known for the Rocca Malatestiana (malatesta fortress of medieval architecture. His castle was the place of clashes between the families of Malatesta, Sforza, Della Rovere and Moscow. For the more romantic, Gradara is linked to the love story of Paolo and Francesca, told by Dante in the Divine Comedy; and around the castle, winds the promenade of the lovers, the path that passes a small forest, arriving in a park.