Renovated townhouse close to beach and city center

Renovated townhouse close to beach and city center

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

The home is a 3 floors townhouse with indipendent heating and AC system.
It is composed of a fully equipped kitchen, a living room, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and a small storage for bicycles and beach equipment. But the best part of the house is its large terrace equipped with chaises and a big outdoor dining area.
A separated laundry area is also available with washing machine.
There is wifi throughout the house and cable tv.

The house is located in a nice neighborhood, with small groceries shops and plenty of parking in the streets nearby.
You can easely reach both the city center and the beach by walking (10-15 min).

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More about us

  1. We are an italian couple with two wonderful daughters 1 and 4-year-old.

  2. For working reason during the last 10 years we had the opportunity of living abroad: France, Indonesia and now Puerto Rico

  3. We love travelling, good food and wine (yes despite we spent years abroad we remains italians :-)

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Rimini, for a relatively small city, has a huge amount of things to do, not to mention the amount of authentic castles, fortified villages and theme parks that you can easily reach within a short drive distance by car around Rimini.

The city was founded by the Romans, and has a number of important and well preserved ruins, like Arco d’Augusto (the ancient entrance to the city) and Ponte di Tiberio (Tiberius bridge is 2000 years old, and links the city centre to the picturesque Borgo San Giuliano). It’s hard to describe the feeling of walking across the city center following the footesteps of people from the time of the Roman Empire (Rimini was founded by the Romans, as Ariminum), while surrounded by modern life – shops, bars, restaurants, the vibe of Rimini nightlife.

Because Rimini is relatively small, and flat, it makes it an ideal place for cycling around. The city has also invested heavily in bicycle paths, which mean you can pass up and down the lungomare seafront with ease (particularly good for families with small children). There’s also the long stretch of parkland that connects the seafront (from Piazzale Kennedy) all the way to the city center (Arco d’Augusto).

And finally, let’s talk about the most popular aspect of a vacation in Rimini: the beach! The beachfront is divided up and licensed out to operators who manage the beach umbrellas, bars, etc. Some visitors dislike this parceling out of the huge beachfront – though there are a number of free beaches, and legally guaranteed access to the seashore – but whatever you think of that, the advantage is that there are loads of facilities on offer. Head down to the beachfront and you’ll see the beach volleyball courts, beach tennis, and lots of other activities – some beaches even have fully equipped gyms! Most facilities are free to those who have hired a lounger/beach umbrella.

Buzzy restaurants
Near the beach
Cool bars
In the city center and near the beach
Cozy cafés
In the city center
Retail therapy
Everywhere in the city center (walking distance)
Bit of culture
Everywhere in the city center (walking distance): Arco d'Augusto, Castel Sismondo, Tempio Malatestiano, Ponte di Tiberio, etc.
Walks in the park
Parco Cervi (you can reach the beach by walking in the park)
Spot of exercise
Parco Cervi or on the beach
Day tripping
San Marino, San Leo, Ravenna, Bologna, etc.

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