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Cervia travel guide

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You're Going to Love Cervia

One of the most popular beach resorts in eastern Italy, Cervia offers more than just sand and sun. It has ancient history, it's close to historic Ravenna, and has a vibrant nightlife during the hectic summer months.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Cervia

When to Visit Cervia

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High summer draws the most tourists to Cervia (July through September). But if you want good beach weather and smaller crowds, try May or June.

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How to Get to Cervia

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Where to Stay in Cervia

High-quality luxury resorts in Cervia include MarePineta and the Grand Hotel Gallia, both of which have stretches of private beach.

Popular Neighborhoods in Cervia

Where to stay in popular areas of Cervia

Most booked hotels in Cervia

How to Get Around Cervia

The Cost of Living in Cervia

Shopping Streets

Central Cervia has plenty of boutiques to check out, and Viale Roma is probably the place to start.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in town include Coop, Conad, and Eurospin. To give an idea about prices, 12 eggs will cost around EUR3.20.

Where to Eat in Cervia

Emilia-Romagna is a culinary hotspot, so be prepared for some dining delights. Standout restaurants include Locanda Dei Salinari in the city center and Osteria Del Gran Fritto by the ocean. Meals should cost around EUR20 per head.

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