Misano Adriatico

Misano Adriatico is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Rimini in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 120 km southeast of Bologna and about 14 km southeast of Rimini.

Misano Adriatico borders the following municipalities: Cattolica, Coriano, Riccione, San Clemente, San Giovanni in Marignano.

Misano is a seaside town with a lot of resorts. The main attraction of the town is the Misano racetrack.

Lovely golden beach, lapped by the blue sea, at the foot of a gentle and verdant circle of hills. This is the enviable glance that Misano Adriatico offers to tourists, one of the jewels of the Riviera Romagnola.

An ideal resort for lovers of the sea, with optimal accomodation and entertainment, with particular attention to the needs of families.

Misano Adriatico beach

Blue sea and green hills...

The tourist heart of Misano Adriatico is, without doubt, its fine sandy beach, between the mouth of the River Conca and the Rio Alberello, for a length of three kilometers.

A coastline "five stars", since 1987 awarded by the prestigious Blue Flag, ideal to spend days of rest and recreation, thanks to a series of well-equipped bathing establishments that can meet all the needs of modern tourism: specific structures for children, sports fields, boat rental, boat cruises, medical services, entertainment and eateries on the beach, and much more.

Misano Adriatico World Circuit

Blue sea and green hills...

The Misano World Circuit (until 2006 called World Circuit Santamonica) is an Italian racetrack located next to the town of Misano Adriatico (Province of Rimini) in the frazione of Santamonica.

Originally designed in 1969 as a length of 3.488 kilometres (2.17 mi), it hosted its first event in 1972. In 1993, the track length was increased to 4.064 kilometres (2.53 mi).
(Rossi vs Simoncelli)

As of 2007, it began hosting the San Marino and Rimini's Coast Grand Prix as part of the MotoGP World Championship.

In order to host again the World motorcycle championship, the circuit was extensively modified in 2006.

The circuit direction was changed to clockwise direction, the track length was brought to 4.180 km, track width has been widened to 14 meters, facilities were improved, and all security measures have been applied.

The first MotoGP race held on the circuit after the modifications was the 2007 San Marino and Rimini's Coast Grand Prix, which was won by Ducati.

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