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Dancing fountains in Piazza 1° Maggio

Every evening, in Piazza Primo Maggio, in front of the Hotel Villa Fulgida, the dancing fountains of Cattolica will welcome you with plays of light and water that rise and fall at the moment of music. The dance of the fountains varies every evening depending on the type of music proposed.

Notte Rosa

La Notte Rosa is the great party of the Italian summer, the New Year of the Riviera. A unique and unforgettable night, since from dusk to dawn the 130 kilometers of the Adriatic Riviera of Romagna and Marchigiana will come alive with an explosion of lights, sounds, images, colors. It is a festival that has as its scenery the whole territory: the beach, shopping avenues, squares, clubs, restaurants.
The program includes musical concerts, theatrical performances, themed lighting, beach parties, scenography and urban furnishings in the sign of the rose, fireworks.

Magic Night of clams

The Guinness of the longest marine fountain in the world and a thousand ways to eat clams. In Cattolica, the last weekend of July, there will be the magical night of clams: the city and its boats will celebrate their tradition. Various recipes based on clams are served and you can admire the longest marine fountain in the world from the fishing fleet of Cattolica with the participation in the Guinness Book of Records. An exceptional landscape is the new pier that makes this magical night of clams really unique.

Moto GP

Once again the Grand Prix of San Marino and the Riviera of Rimini returns from 7 to 9 September 2018 in Misano Adriatico. The test of the 2018 World Championship will be held in the prestigious circuit where it will be possible to follow the great deeds of Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo, Marc Marquez, Andrea Dovizioso, along with all the other extraordinary champions. For all motorcycle lovers, a weekend of strong emotions awaits you thanks to the San Marino Grand Prix 2018.
A special and affectionate memory goes to Marco Simoncelli.