A laid-back Italian commune, Misano Adriatico is nestled on the Adriatic Sea where alluring soft-sand beaches sit alongside waterfront restaurants and a bustling marina. You’ll also find a popular aquarium and water park in this charming seaside city, which sits near wineries and a national museum looking at motorcycles.
Things to do in Misano Adriatico
Life is blessed by the beach at Misano Adriatico, thanks to the soft sand and inviting Adriatic Sea waters. You can swim while looking back at the city or sunbathe while gazing out over the sea. The shoreline is dotted with eateries and clubs serving delicious Italian cuisine and cold cocktails and beer.
Are you visiting Misano Adriatico with your family? Treat the kids to a day out at the Aquarium of Cattolica, an expansive sea life centre home to more than 100 tanks with sharks, stingrays, penguins and otters. There are also daily feedings to observe and special activities, such as photo safaris.
If the beach is too busy, head to Perle d'Acqua Park, a sprawling water park with multiple swimming pools, children’s play areas and umbrellaed loungers. Don’t miss a visit to the National Motorcycle Museum. This unique museum is home to hundreds of motorcycles dating from the 19th century to current day.
Wine lovers will enjoy touring the various vineyards around Misano Adriatico. Visit Tenuta Mara, a family-run winery with panoramic countryside vistas and delicious Italian wine. It’s a short drive from Enio Ottaviani Winery, which boasts lovingly crafts Chardonnay, Brut and Merlot.
Getting around Misano Adriatico
Misano Adriatico is best reached by flying into Federico Fellini International Airport, about 10 kilometres away. The city sits on a major train line, which is serviced by numerous lines. You can easily explore the beachfront and parts of the city on foot, but a car is best for accessing the surrounding region.