San Giuliano Mare di Rimini Hotels
San Giuliano Mare is a Rimini locality, divided from the main city by the ancient and Roman Tiberius bridge. It's a tidy and beautiful area starting from the Canal and heading north. Here lies the new Marina "Marina di Rimini", a very beautiful touristic harbour. Next to it, you can visit the pictoresque and charming historic burgh of San Giuliano, beloved by Federico Fellini.
Many hotels overlook to the sea and to the seawalk promenade, few steps from Marina, where you'll find up-to-date and well-equipped beach facilities.
San Giuliano beach complex has undergone total refurnishment in the last years, and today live in harmony to the sea.
The beach is divided in four areas, named after the winds: Maestrale, Tramontana, Scirocco and Libeccio. It's well-equipped and welcoming, with many sustainable services and facilities.
In addition to beach umbrellas and sunbeds you'll find many kids services, such as games, nursery and entertainments as well as fitness and wellness area, pet-friendly zone, library, restaurants and bar.
via Ortigara - www.lidosangiuliano.it
There's also a free beach
Marina di Rimini Harbour
"Marina di Rimini" is a recent and cutting-edge touristic harbour, lying on a surface of 100 thousand squared metres and boasting selected services.
San Giuliano Marina is a charming attraction even for those who don't have a boat, due to vantage location where you can take a beautiful stroll along the docks and cliffs, to the lighthouse point. Here you'll find a suggestive bar on the beach, where take place live concerts and a refined restaurant by the sea: Molo 22www.ristorantemolo22rimini.it.
In the Marina di Rimini, is the Sail School Scuola di Vela d'Altura BLUSea
via Ortigara 80 - +39 335.6520125
Borgo San Giuliano
In the old San Giuliano, called "il borgo", echo the voice and the suggestions of a little burgh, told by the film of the famous Riminese director Federico Fellini.
Strolling up the ancient San Giuliano Burgh you can take a look to mural paintings made by local painters in honour of director Federico Fellini. In front of the burgh you'll find the green lung of the city, the Marecchia Park.
The ancient Tiberius bridge links together the burgh and Rimini city centre. It's one of the main Roman monuments of the city, as well as the Arch of Augustus.
Here you'll find some of the best restaurants, trattorie and taverns in Rimini, where you will taste the typical and savoury food of Romagna, seafaring recipes, combined with great, local wines.
Osteria De Borg - Via Forzieri, 12 - 0541.56074 - www.osteriadeborg.it/ (many meat dishes)
Trattoria il Lurido - piazzetta ortaggi, 7 - 0541.24834 - www.trattorialurido.it (traditional and seafaring dishes)
Osteria Angolo Divino - Via San Giuliano, 43 - 0541.50641 (biological and local food)