You just need to check out the satellite view to understand why it is called Pinarella (Pineland).
The strip lining the beach, between the fine sandy shore and the town, is covered by a centuries-old pine grove measuring approx. 3 km length. Pinarella is just shifted to the south of the centre of Cervia and, after World War II, has gradually turned into a tourist resort that owes its success to a number of factors:
health (located close to Terme di Cervia Spa)
In Cervia the sea makes a perfect match with the true essence of the area and with the friendly locals: it is a place where you can rediscover long-lost traditions and flavours.
It is a small town always willing, and ready, to organise something special.
Some of the events held in Cervia, where holidays are tailored to be unique and memorable, convey the local atmosphere more than others:
Festival Internazionale dell’Aquilone (International Kite Festival)
Ten days a year Cervia’s skies welcome a wealth of colours and cultures thanks to international artists and thousands of different kites in all shapes. Being on the beach will make you feel just like a child again.
The Mecca of refreshing cocktails served in trendy venues, and a resort where you can keep an eye on your favourite actors or great sports champions.
It is no secret: Milano Marittima is a great favourite with celebrities taking part in sports tournaments and other smart-set events.
Milano Marittima's exclusive and prestigious discos make another landmark, attracting young people from all over Italy every weekend.
And that is not all: Romagna's summers are packed with great events and attractions, including the Casa delle Farfalle (Butterfly Farm) and much more.