Apartments in Cattolica, a beach town on Italy's Adriatic Coast, are known for being a smaller alternative to the noisier and busier resorts of Rimini and Riccione. That doesn't mean you can't have a great time - Cattolica's nightlife is still bustling, and there are plenty of bars, pubs, and night clubs where you can drink and dance the night away in the company of cheerful locals and friendly fellow tourists. In addition to the nightlife, Cattolica hosts regular concerts, open air shows, cultural events, and even free dancing lessons in the Piazza della Repubblica.
The Italian food itself is worth the stay in an apartment in Cattolica
A holiday to Italy doesn't have to mean giving up an active lifestyle, especially when you book a villa in Cattolica; here you can go Nordic walking, or do cycle tours across the region, visiting picturesque smaller villages and hamlets such as Montescudo, or Monfefiore Conca, or heading south into Marche. You can take part in watersports such as surfing, sailing, and diving, and beach sports such as tennis and volleyball. All the more reason to feast on some local culinary delights: Cattolica is found in the same region as the hometowns of Parma ham, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, Modena balsamic vinegar, and more, and you can sample local honies, salami, dried hams, olive oils, truffles, cheeses and wines. The kitchen of your apartment in Cattolica will no doubt be stocked with goodies to bring home.