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    03rd - 08th JULY 2022

  • 100 Teams

    8 Categories

  • 18 Countries

    4 Continents

  • Largest Italian Tournament

    Boys & Girls

  • Adriatic Riviera

    Riccione - Rimini - Misano

  • Aquafan

    The biggest italian water park


    Unesco Heritage

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Today Riccione/Rimini/Misano are well known all over the world for its tourism, hotel hospitality, shows and sport and cultural events. They are considered the diamonds of the Adriatic coast. The beaches with a very fine sand and with the sunshine from daybreak to sunset are certainly one of the most important attractions that the cities offers to its hosts.


Their beaches, the perfect organization and the professionalism and cordiality of the people are famous all over the world. On this seashore, every tourist’s greeted with a smile; every smile is an introduction to the warm welcoming atmosphere that is one of Riccione trademarks. For those looking for nice alternatives to baths and sunbathing, relaxing at the many bars and restaurants on the beach is a great choice not to be missed.


At sunset when lights are on, time for happy hours begins; cocktails and exotic fruits, music and barefoot dancing on the beach. Among other opportunities dinner pubs are the newest: fine cuisine with lounge music; then street bars and live-music places.


Last but not least the important thermal facility and its precious spring waters; it is directly on the beach and surrounded by 40.000 sqm of garden.






San Marino Republic: the oldest republic in the world is 657m above sea level and only 10km from the Adriatic Ocean, the 61 –sq-km Repubblica di San Marino boasts and old town worth to visit and the views all around are quite spectacular.


The Three Towers of San Marino are located on the three peaks of Monte Titano in the capital. They are depicted on both the Flag of San Marino and its coat of arms.


The three towers are: Guaita, the oldest of the three (it was constructed in the eleventh century); the thirteenth-century Cesta, located on the highest of Monte Titano's summits; and the fourteenth-century Montale, on the smallest of Monte Titano's summits, still privately owned.


San Marino community and of the Republic, when Marino sought refuge on Mount Titano in 301 AD. The small Capital houses a priceless historical and architectural heritage, also reflected in its museums. A magnet for millions of tourists every year, a place open to ongoing discoveries: a variety of shops selling hand-crafted items and souvenirs offer diversified shopping opportunities and fun.