A holiday in Italy on the Adriatic Riviera, offers a lot of fun at its numerous theme parks.
This theme park is filled with attractions, so fun is guaranteed!There is an amazing number of small attractions for children and more adventurous teenagers, too. Families with children and seekers of adventure alike, will love this theme park.
This park is set in a spacious green area with an emerald lake. It is close to the beach, and offers many attractions like Merlin's magic castle, Peter Pan's mystery bay, a Dream lake, a Valley of Gnomes, a spectacular Grand Canyon, Captain Nemo's Nautilus, attractions for little ones, jugglers, acrobats, magicians, animal and plant exhibitions, and a walk through fragrant plants. All this and more makes Fiabilandia a “fun-filled nature reserve”.
Italia in Miniatura
With its perfect reproductions of wonderful monuments, buildings, castles, and squares, you can travel the length of Italy in an instant, or sail in a gondola on the Venetian Grand Canal; loose your way in a maze, or fly 55 metres high on a gigantic catapult, rotate 10 metres above ground on a panoramic tower, or admire the park from above on the first Italian monorail train.
The most famous water park in Europe with slides, swimming pools with waves, and hundreds of events such as live broadcasts on national radio and the like.
4000 square metres of fun where water meets land, creating a place where you can play, have fun, walk through a glass and steel dome, on Odysseus' island, through a farm, or round a lagoon. Round up the day with incredible 3D film showings that will involve you with their hi-tech effects.
Aquarium von Cattolica
Set in a seaside summer camp, “Le Navi”, a futuristic building that was built in 1932, has been renovated by the town council. It houses an aquarium with sharks, exotic animals, sea turtles, and lots of other spectacular sea life from around the world.