History, flavors and a unique atmosphere: discover Santarcangelo on ebike
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Visit Santarcangelo

With our ebike we will cover the entire cycle path along the Marecchia river, and we will immerse ourselves completely in the historical and cultural tradition of the medieval village of Santarcangelo di Romagna.
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Every wednesday at 08:30 am from Rimini and Cesenatico - Every friday at 09:00 from Bellaria

The ebike tour in Santarcangelo is a journey to discover the cultural tradition of a beautiful mediaeval village characterized by enchanting streets, historic buildings and very characteristic colored houses. We will leave from the lighthouse of the Port of Rimini and we will cover the whole cycle path that runs along the Marecchia river up to Santarcangelo di Romagna.


We will visit the ancient Stamperia Marchi, where we will see the demonstration of the activity of ironing the canvas with the seventeenth century Mangano and the printing phase with ancient molds carved in pear wood.
Afterwards there will be a guided tour in the public Grotta Monumentale: guided by tunnels and rooms in a sort of labyrinth, we will be projected in a distant time


Before returning to Rimini we will stop at Mutonia, a tourist park that runs along the Marecchia river; the place where the Mutoids live, artists coming from all over the world, united by the philosophy of creating unique works reusing inorganic waste, such as iron, plastic, rubber, fiberglass, aluminum, copper and brass.

  • Guide for the duration of the tour
  • Rental of the ebike
  • Helmet rental
  • Rent a lock
  • Entrance and guided tour of the Stamperia Marchi
  • Entrance and guided tour of the Grotta Monumentale (we suggest to wear comfortable shoes suitable for a path
    slightly bumpy and suitable clothing at a constant temperature of 13 degrees).
  • Visit to the Mutonia nature park

Child seat rental, up to 22kg – € 3

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