Holiday rentals in Rimini, discover the East Italian coastline
Our Rimini villas and apartments put you at the heart of the action, close to the beach and within walking distance of the interesting historical and regional site on offer in this picturesque coastal town. We recommend taking a walk into the heart of Rimini, as it's the perfect way to take in the fresh, sea air and appreciate the art and architecture of the region.
Rich in Historical Attractions
The Tiberio Bridge and the castel Sismondo are some of the great buildings and structures that are on offer in Rimini. The Arch of Augustus, with its origins in 27BC has been restored to its former glory and will delight and charm anyone with a love of history. It would be a futile task to try and list all of Rimini's historical attractions in such a short introduction to the region. The rich history of the region means that you're almost certain to stumble across a relic from any of the epochs of Italian History, no mean feat when you consider the damage Rimini received during World War Two during the Allied invasion of Italy.
Visit a Famous Seaside Resort in Italy
To sample Italian culture at its purest though, a trip to a local restaurant is a must. Famed for its food the world over, Italy certainly doesn't disappoint in this respect. Fresh pasta, hearty lasagnes and oven-baked pizzas simply oozing with Italian mozzarella will provide a pleasurable challenge to your taste buds. A glass of wine in the mid-afternoon sun is always a good idea, but if the heavy regional red wine leaves you feeling a little hazy, worry not, a quick siesta or a refreshing dip in the pool will refresh you. Failing that, a creamy, black espresso should do the trick. Once the caffeine hits the spot, you'll be raring to go again, take advantage of this energy boost and try one of Rimini's water sports. With centres located along the coast, ability counts for nothing here, it's all about Italian passion and the desire to learn. If that doesn't quite appeal to you, then how about a shopping trip? Up there with its food and coffee on the list of Italian specialities, Italian fashion is second to none. See if you can find a bargain to be the envy of all of your friends back home.
Make the most of the Italian atmosphere with a trying-on session in the privacy of your own Rimini apartment or villa. Before you know it, your private terrace will transform into the Milan catwalk. Just half an hour away is San Marino, a microstate which is the oldest of its kind in the world. Add a decommissioned stamp to your passbook at the border and venture into the only place in the world where vehicles outnumber people. If you like spending a lot of time on the beach but want to spend time in a different country consider Praia da Rocha in Portugal and Lloret de Mar in Spain.
What are the most popular accommodations in Rimini City?
The most popular accommodation types in Rimini City are apartment rental and bed and breakfast rental. With 146 accommodations in Rimini City, the perfect holiday home is only one click away.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Rimini City?
Prices start at just £50 per night. Most bed and breakfast rental in Rimini City are 21 m² and apartment rental are 70 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Rimini City?
When travelling with your dog in Rimini City, apartment rental are recommended. These are the most common type of pet-friendly accommodations and cost an average of £184 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Rimini City ?
We can help you find accommodations in Rimini City for a group. On average, the apartment rental has space for 5 guests.