ITINERARY: From Foce del Conca to Morciano di Romagna


ITINERARY: From Foce del Conca to Morciano di Romagna


The fluvial systems represent, in Rimini’s region, the few territorial areas that still possess a certain degree of naturalness. In fact, in this part of Romagna, there are not many areas of a certain extent that present well-preserved natural environments that can host, in different times of the year, a rich wild fauna. Most of these areas are located in the high-hill area of the province, while others fall in the territorial areas of the water catchment areas of the main rivers. After the Marecchia, Torrente Conca is the most important watercourse of Rimini’s area.

Our offer include:
Superior room with overnight stay in our Dorelan beds
Rich sweet and savory international breakfast
Free Wi-fi
Free parking subject to availability
Use of brand new electric bike with pedal assist, suitable for all ages and any physical condition
Kit bag on request with tablet inserted in the appropriate compartment on the bike, containing audio guide of the route and Google Maps app
Rich appetizer

** The project is by Dr. Lino Casini, biologist and environmental consultant. All contents of this page, photographic material and audio guides are protected by copyright and unauthorized appropriation is forbidden

Itinerary – Right Bank of the Torrente Conca in the Protected Landscape

Since 2009, the Conca is a protected area of the natural areas system of the Emilia-Romagna Region. The exact denomination is “Paesaggio Naturale e seminaturale protetto del Torrente Conca”, so you will find it written on the illustrative panels along the way. It is a naturalistic and ecological corridor extended from the beach to the hills of the hinterland, connecting the area of the valley to the Onferno Nature Reserve.

Itinerary length: 2 hours outward; 1.30 hours return
Recommended equipment: binoculars and telescope
itinerary text version: download PDF
Audio guide: part 1part 2

Ideal period: April/May | September/October

Prezzo: 65€ per person per day

Due Date: 30/12/2023