Itching to travel again? We think you’d love the picturesque town (and beach resort) of Rimini, Italy. Rimini and its surroundings in Emilia Romagna, are usually overlooked by tourists as being ‘un-italy-like and less interesting’ compared to the big Italian hot spots of Rome, Venice and Florence. But in reality, Rimini does offer something quite different indeed – an Italian beach town that is by no means lacking in culture, sun and hilltop towns – and Airbnb Rimini has no shortage of beautiful places to stay.
Surviving in Italy comes all too easily in Rimini. Keep reading to see what this magical beach town has to offer. From things you should to do and must-see sights to which districts in Rimini fall into your vacay requirements. We’re going to help you find the best Airbnbs in Rimini. Failing that, check into The Grand Hotel Rimini (video below) where I stayed this summer – it’s heavenly!
Airbnb Rimini: Top Places To Stay
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Rimini Italy: Torre Pedrera
This small and quiet little neighbourhood is an absolute must-experience. It is the ideal holiday spot by the sea-side, perfect for families, couples and youngsters alike.
Here, you will notice that the promenade of the waterfront is a hotspot during the day, but especially in the evening, for it’s relaxing walks under the moonlight (romantic setting alert).
Enjoy an ice cream while listening to the ocean as you sink your feet into the white sand. Or you can head for a drink in one of the many clubs, pubs and restaurants that are always open until late.
What we love most about this part of Rimini is that as soon as it starts to get a little warmer (May – September), Mondays become Market Day! You’ll enjoy browsing through stands of everything from old antiques and beautiful handicrafts to interesting Italian perfumes.
Torre Pedrera participates in The Great Feast Of The Pink Night. Which is basically a non-stop party on forty kilometers of coastline. It takes place on the first weekend of July, with events and music keeping people entertained along the waterfront.
Let’s check out the best Airbnbs for this area so you can grab them before the next beach bum does:
Airbnb Rimini: Where To Stay
Airbnb Italy: Seaside Villa
This elegant double room in a stunning bed and breakfast, is located in the context of serenity and tranquility. The bright and comfortable room is merely a few steps from the beach. When staying here, you will find that you can walk everywhere from the beach to the restaurants. You’ll only need 8 minutes by train to reach the Rimini Centre.
Unlike most airbnbs, Mary’s bed and breakfast, as the name suggests, includes breakfast! This is a really cool added extra and the large terrace makes this spot a favourite in our books.
Unfortunately, this airbnb does not have Wifi, but with hotspots at the beach (where you’ll most likely be spending most of your time) this is not exactly an issue.
Price: around € 39,90 per night
Rimini Airbnb: 3 Minutes From The Beach
You’ll love Corrado’s place, it’s fantastic. The location is excellent and having bicycles (yes, free bikes included!!) will make exploring Rimini great fun.
This tastefully decorated two bedroom apartment has free Wifi, as well as a quiet garden view on the top floor. It’s ideal for families with children, couples, working travelers or anyone seeking privacy.
This awesome Airbnb also has a kitchen so you can practise some Italian cooking of your own! However, if cooking on holiday isn’t your thing, then the effortless walk to the multiple nearby restaurants will have your tummy happy in no time.
Price: around € 48,88 per night
This exciting seaside district of Rimini offers any adventure-seeker all you will need to keep yourself moving this holiday. This spot offers opportunities to create a holiday full of fun and wellness.
This is a great location if the mention of water fun park, physical activity and challenging friends is something that excites you. Here you’ll discover the floating aquapark on the sea of Rimini. A one hour ticket will cost you 10 Euros, however, this highlight is only open during the summer months.
Miramare is also home to a magical theme park for children, Fiabilandia, which is the ideal place to spend a morning in the company of fun characters before heading to the beach. So if you’re traveling with kids, then this is an exciting location.
Ultimate relaxation your thing? Then you’ll want to checkout the Thermal Baths of Rimini, situated by the sea. The spa of Rimini provides Thermal bath & Physiotherapy, Wellness & SPA, Prevention and Health services. Here you can rest and recuperate to your heart’s desire!
We know, we know – where do you sign up, right? Let’s check out the top Airbnbs in this area:
This sweet and independent villa in Rimini is just outside of the hustle and bustle of hotels and the seafront (which can get chaotic in Summer), yet at the same time is located exactly where you want to be. A stone throw from the beach.
Here you will have access to the entire villa and be able to make use of the kitchen too. All essentials (bedding, towels, toiletries) are provided and the villa has Wifi as well.
Giacomo and Barbara will be there to welcome you, and if guests want, they can make themselves available to show off the beauties that their little beach town has to offer!
Price: around € 44,90 per night
Paris Room: Private room in B&B
This is the perfect option for a family of four, pair of couples or a single traveller looking for some extra space.
With breakfast included (and amazing pastries too), this airbnb is great for people eager to get out of the house and explore, without the thought of how to please your tummy first.
Wifi, cable TV, bedding, linen and access to a fully functional kitchen – you’ll feel at home the minute you can no longer see your suitcase.
Located in the amazing district of Miramare, this elegant bed and breakfast is near to a park, and a mere 7-minutes’ walk from the beach.
Price: around € 56,91 per night
This lively part of Rimini is the perfect spot for those looking to party the night away, play some games with friends or enjoy a family holiday – there is something for everyone here.
Moms and dads can spend their days lazing on Italy Rimini beaches, strolling around the beautiful streets. Kids will be entertained by loads of games and activities by the ocean. While youngsters can hit some pretty cool bars and clubs after watching the sunset.
The atmosphere of Rivazzurra is warm and nostalgic and the neighbourhood is dotted with cute little shops, markets, pizzerias, clubs and game rooms where one can spend exciting summer evenings in the company of family or friends (or both!).
Night owls & party animals: Here’s something for you! Built on 3 floors, Carnaby Club has many rooms – each room dedicated to a different musical genre! The best part? The club organizes a convenient free shuttle service for party goers.
Ready to get lost amongst beach volleyball competitions, beachbar sunset dj-sets and happy holiday goers?
Then let’s check out our favourite Airbnbs in Rivazzurra:
Rimini Beach Apartment
This nice and cozy two-room apartment is near the sea and has everything you will need to feel comfortable in Rimini.
Located in a modern building with private garage and terrace – you’ll have more than enough space. This spot is just a 2-minute walk from the beach and is very close to a bus stop, restaurants, market, bank and bars!
This four-sleeper apartment is perfect for couples, a group of friends or families with one or two kids!
Why not take a local Rimini cooking class? They are very popular and you’ll be able to come home and share what you learnt with everyone in the apartment’s fully-functional kitchen!
Price: around € 39,98 per night
Trilo In Rimini: The Historic Center
Being just a 15-minutes’ walk to the Palacongressi, this location is ideal for events.
This really cool apartment is located on the second floor of a condo in the heart of the historic center of Rimini.
You will be staying near Piazza Tre Martiri and Piazza Cavour (the two main squares of Rimini) – where you will definitely find yourself spending a lot of time during your stay in Rimini.
The accommodation is 50 square meters and accommodates a maximum of 4 people. This one even has all the bells and whistles you’ll need during your stay: TV room and kitchenette complete with fridge, oven, microwave, 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom, bathroom with shower and washing machine!
Best part? There are also 3 bicycles for free use (a refundable deposit of € 20.00 for each bicycle is required).
Price: around € 42,08
But wait, there’s more! This is the Perfect location for day trip to San Marino, which we highly recommend! It’s a must see when you’re in Rimini.
Now that you’re Rimini-ready you’re probably itching to get all your bookings done and dusted, so what are you waiting for?
Which sunset cocktail will you be sipping when you arrive?
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