The city of salt
The history of the city is closely linked to the production of salt and the salt pans already in use at the time of the Romans, still remain an attraction but also a source of pride for the town. Embraced by over 300 hectares of pine forests and 827 hectares of salt pans, it is a real natural oasis rich in birdlife.
Cervia offers a huge range of activities that attract tourists of all ages every year.
Piazza Garibaldi, the heart of Cervia, hosts prestigious events, markets and concerts. Of particular interest are the Municipal Theater, the Church of Suffragio, the Church of Saint Antonio and the Pisacane square with the historic Antica Pescheria.
Other places to visit are definitely the Magazzini del Sale, now home to exhibitions and MUSA Salt Museum, the San Michele Tower with its splendid view from above and the Cathedral.
For those who want to always stay in shape in the thousand-year-old pine forest, the Thermal baths of Cervia rises, a structure that welcomes its customers with cutting-edge aesthetic and curative treatments. After a relaxing day at the spa, the Pinewood is the ideal place to walk, jog, cycle or simply enjoy the tranquility of nature.
Summer is certainly the best time to take advantage of the wide range of services that the Cervese bathing establishments offer with entertainment, tournaments, balls, games and parties that involve young and old.