Theme parks

Other tourist attractions

Fun, entertainment, and education in other attractions in town.

Fondazione Cetacea Onlus - Centro Adria, nonprofit centre - The turtle hospital

Fondazione Cetacea is a nonprofit organization whose main aim consists in the safeguard of the sea ecosystem - above all the Adriatic one - through publishing, education and conservation activities.

From 1994 it runs the sea turtle hospital, which is one of the most important in Italy. The Centre has been recognised by the Ministry of Environment as a sea turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center.


Go Kart

Variuos types of vehicles are available for couples or an adult with a child aged under 16. Tarmac track (650 metres long), box, car park, changing rooms, floodlit, bar.
Situated on the state highway

Approximate opening times (from Eastern to September): 

9.00 am - 12 noon, 2.30 pm -7.00 pm. In summer open till 2.00 am. 


Ricciolandia, the funfair

With its 60 games and amusements for adults and children too, “Ricciolandia” is one of the largest funfairs on Romagna coast.
Opening time: from June to 10th September, every day from 8.00 p.m. to 01.00 a.m.


Special events and reductions:
- “Festa della Famiglia” or the family party, on Wednesdays - Price of every attraction: 1 Euro
- On Sundays 50% reduction on all attractions

- Tickets available on Ricciolandia website

Fondazione Cetacea nonprofit centre

Viale Torino 7/A

 Tel. no. /Fax no. +39 0541 691557

Go Kart

Via Flaminia, 75

Tel. no. +39 349 6602303

Ricciolandia funfair

Viale Vespucci (spa area)

Mobile no. + 39 338 4277361, + 39 338 9255489

The little white and blue train

During the summer, a little train travelling around the town brings visitors to the most important places of interest.

Information and timetable on the little train website


Boat excursions

Sailing along the coastline to see the beach from the sea, delighted by the music and local food tasting: Queen Elisabeth and Lady Christina are two motor ships equipped to transport passengers as well as to practise sport fishing. For further information visit the dedicated webpages:


Queen Elisabeth 

Lady Cristina


The name (in local pronunciation Arcaton) comes from the Greek and Byzantine occupation dated back to the sixth century AD: "Archeion" is the name of a plant, the burr, which still grows spontaneously in some areas of the beach now occupied by the bathing establishments but which was once abundant on the desert shore of Riccione.

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