Like on any other beach in Riccione, sunbathing is a matter of fact in the Beach Village. Here, visitors can spice their moments with ski jet, pedal boat trips and canoeing. A gym is also available for tourists who want to keep fit. A reading corner and an Internet point are also available.
At night, the Beach Village becomes a venue of special ebullience on the tourist map of Riccione.
Marano Beach is one of the most popular sunbathing venues in Riccione. It is fitted with wellness facilities, as well as with amenities intended for keeping the little ones busy when unattended by their parents.
Mojito Beach is the place where plenty of events are held especially during the summer season. The Mojito Beach restaurant is also worth noting, as well as its availability to organize private events to visitors satisfaction.
Hakuna Matata is not an ordinary beach at all. It is one of the liveliest beaches in Riccione, at least after sunset. This stretch of sand takes pride in featuring a restaurant and a dance floor which are highly appreciated by all tourists studied in what Riccione is able to offer in terms of nightlife. The palm trees on the beach add some extra aesthetic quality to the general dash of the venue.
Spiaggia 151 is, at least as sports activities are concerned, the most sparkling of all beaches in Riccione. The beach focuses on water sports (surfing, windsurfing, sailing and the like), and in addition to all that, it hosts plenty of events and manifestations, sports-related or not.
Located in Rimini, Rimini Delfinario is both a museum and a leisure opportunity. Located on the seashore, the venue is just a short distance from Riccione.
Italia in Miniatura is a theme park in Rimini featuring miniature versions of the most famous architectural and natural landmarks of Italy.
Villa Mussolini in Riccione used to be the summer residence of the Mussolini family between the two world wars, but now it hosts a museum of tourism.