Prestigious location immersed in the wonderful nature of the province of Rimini, the Relais Colle di Costa was born after a long and careful restoration of a convent structure brought back to life, hosting a center that reproduces the life of a small medieval village. The complex includes a guest quarters, a music room and conferences for 124 people, an exhibition space and classically furnished rooms.
Relais Colle di Costa History
The Relais Colle di Coste enjoys a privileged position, in the heart of the Valle Santa Reina, an uncontaminated and collected place with refined and carefully restored rooms to host events with a unique atmosphere.
The complex was once a Franciscan convent, of which it retains the elegant simplicity of the rooms and the spirit of hospitality: the spacious guest rooms are characterized by hypoallergenic interiors and wonderful views of the garden, the inner courtyard or the mountain. It features classic-style décor, wooden floors and private bathrooms with a shower.
In addition to the sweet and savory buffet breakfast, the restaurant offers dinners with typical local dishes, using fresh products from the convent garden, to be enjoyed in the enchanting setting of the terrace or the garden
The large halls with frescoed vaults and breathtaking views, the elegant garden and the charming cloister will be perfect places to host wedding receptions, with the possibility of receiving up to 150 guests, while the graceful chapel will be the magical setting for those wishing to celebrate the wedding on site. The Relais in addition to taking care of the arrangements for the ceremony and reception, offers a wide range of services, from the photographer to the musicians, to make such a special day perfect.
Provided with the bike rental service, the Relai Colle di Costa, is just a few minutes from the Piediluco Lake where you can go canoeing and rowing or sailing by boat; at about ten kilometers is the Cascata delle Marmore, with its many natural caves; For those who want to beat the same roads and paths that St. Francis loved so much in the Valla Santa is the Way of St. Francis and the four shrines that meet along the way, places where the Franciscan message still seems alive.