Casa Italia – Club Hotel Dante

It’s the head quarter of CSIT World Sports Games: here you can find the press room, the meeting room and the WSG23 secretariat office

Casa Italia by nightFantini Club Cervia

It’s the evening venue for all the participants of CSIT WSG23, also the venue for social and cultural event. Here you can find music and you can enjoy your free time 


CERVIA, Seaside resort and spa of the Riviera Romagnola with a traditional vocation to marine and fishing, whose history is very linked to the production of salt. Rich in 9 kilometers of coastline and a historic pine forest of over 260 hectares, Cervia is certainly favored by the historic natural reserve of the salt pans where the pink flamingos, naturalistic symbol of the city, welcome passers-by. It has a high vocation for sports tourism. 


CESENATICO, a well-known seaside resort and tourist destination, is in the center of the Romagna Riviera, between Rimini and Ravenna. Ancient maritime civilization, it is known for its picturesque canal port that connects the historic center to the sea on which local and various places of cultural aggregation insist, such as the Maritime Museum. Its long and sunny beaches are a tourist destination especially for foreign incoming.


Located on the Adriatic coast of Romagna, Riccione borders Rimini to the north and Misano Adriatico to the south. One of the most renowned seaside resorts on the Adriatic, Riccione is a trendy city where fashion, elegance, a sparkling atmosphere and the pleasure of life conquer the visitors.

The large beach, Viale Ceccarini with boutiques, trendy clubs, water parks, discos on the hills, the nightlife on the beach at the mouth of the Marano stream are elements that make it particularly attractive to young people and those who love an outdoor holiday. It exudes spontaneity and glamour.


CESENA, an ancient city of the 5th century AD, together with Forlì form the province of Forlì-Cesena.  In Roman times the area flourished times as a center on the Via Emilia, and from that period today it preserves a vast centuriation in the surrounding region almost intact.

It houses the Malatesta Library dating back to the fifteenth century, the first European civic library and the only example of a humanistic monastic library perfectly preserved in the building, furnishings and library equipment, included by UNESCO in the register of the Memory of the world.


Misano Adriatico is a seaside resort of the Adriatic Coast of Romagna, located between Riccione and Cattolica, and 15 km south of Rimini. Ideal for a family holiday, Misano Adriatico is the destination of many athletes attracted by the events and meetings that are periodically organized. The large beach and the beautiful promenade, the dock, the tranquility of the countryside and the hills, the facilities and equipment for all kinds of sports are the main attractions of Misano Adriatico. But not only that! With the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli”, which has hosted the MotoGP for years, Misano Adriatico is a destination every month of the year for motor enthusiasts.


Situated a few kilometers from the Adriatic Sea, and suspended in the heart of Romagna, Ravenna is a treasure trove of art, history and culture with an ancient and glorious past. In addition to the extraordinary wealth of its monumental heritage, the few kilometers that separate it from the Adriatic coast make it a charming destination for relaxation, fun, as well as an ideal place to walk surrounded by nature. Sun and relaxation, sea, games, sports and fitness activities, excursions and theme parks are just some of the ingredients that the city offers, alongside a wide tasty food and wine offer.


As an ancient Roman city built along the route of the Via Emilia, Forlì is one of the main cities of art and history of all Emilia Romagna. It is located a few kilometers from the seaside resorts of the Adriatic Coast and at the food of the green hills of the Tuscan – Romagnolo Appennines.
Founded by the Romans in the second century B.C. under the name of Forum Livii, Forlì preserves significant traces of both the Romanesque and Renaissance, which saw Caterina Sforza the undisputed lady of the city. Remarkable is also the presence of a rich heritage of the Rationalist Period of the twenties and thirties.