Mare di Fuoco: as usual on the night of August 14th, colorful fireworks will light up the beach and the bathing establishments of the Rimini waterfront. Starting at 20.00 between the bathing establishments 130 and 150, it will be possible to witness an explosion of colors directly on the Adriatic Sea.
But Ferragosto in Rimini continues even in the bathhouses where concerts, initiatives, and events of all kinds will accompany guests throughout the week of August.
Bay Fest: the traditional music festival will close on Tuesday 14th, the punk-rock marathon that for years now sees some international bands performing on the beach.
Rustida di Ferragosto: the popular festival on August 14th that makes you taste the fish of the Romagna tradition returns to Cesenatico. On the evening of the 14th, the historic Cesenatico harbor will turn into a great opportunity for visitors to taste good fresh fish directly cooked by the skilled hands of the sailors who caught it. An opportunity to remember the great importance of fishing for the seaside resort and its traditions.
Cesenatico will celebrate also the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo Da Vinci with an original exhibit at the Maritime Museum dedicated to investigating and illustrating his interests in the naval field: representations, drawings, and studies referring to boats, ships, and their equipment. Throughout the summer inside the Maritime Museum, it will be possible to take a trip through the history of the Italian navy and in Leonardo’s military engineering studies.
Palio del Daino: if you are looking for true traditions, combined with stunning historical events you cannot miss the Palio del Daino in Mondaino, which takes place every year in the week of 15th August, in the beautiful village of Mondaino. Also this year the historical re-enactment that will take place from 15 to 18 August with shows, challenges, craft markets.