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Monday, May 23, 2016

Ecotourism in San Marino

Featuring a generally hilly terrain and large stands of forests, the small Republic of SAN MARINO is completely surrounded by Italy. While Italy is known for its plethora of world-renown tourist attractions, San Marino also attracts visitors to its historic sites and recreational areas. Hikers and mountain bikers might decide to trek up the Apennines (Appennini) mountain range as well as San Marino's highest peak, located in south-central San Marino. Monte Titano (Mount Titan) stands at about 740 meters and 2,425 feet in elevation near the capital city, San Marino (colloquially known as Città).

San Marino Adventures banner image from Google Maps' Street View
Between the towns of Aquaviva and San Marino in northwestern San Marino, San Marino Adventures amusement park features 26 trails, rock climbing, and obstacle courses through the local forest. This tourist attraction dubs itself as, "Il parco avventura più grande della riviera adríatica," or "The biggest adventure park on the Adriatic coast."

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