Streets full of shops to discover whilst strolling around the
town: there’s no need to rush…the shops are open morning,
afternoon and evening!
you prefer to spend your days on the beach, don’t worry; you
can shop in Cattolica until midnight!
Town Council has created lots of pedestrian zones in the hotel and
Viale Bovio, the main street, is a “must” for the designer
fashion fans, thanks to its high concentration of luxury shops:
high class jewellers, haute couture and top quality accessories.
You’ll find Benetton, Sisley, Positano, Miss
Sixty, sportswear by Nike, Asics, Fila, Puma, Adidas, and beauty
stores, costume jewellers and lots, lots more…
designer clothes aren’t your thing then you can hop around
the evening markets, held weekly, taking place in the Pascoli and
Matteotti streets or on the esplanade near the musical fountains.
Here, as well as being a collectors’
dream, you’ll find clothes, natural products, antiques etc.
Lots of street corners and avenues where you can meet new people,
go shopping or just enjoy yourself: starting with the central Viale
Mancini, considered the very heart of Cattolica, passing into Viale
Matteotti, then Curiel and Dante. Or just choose Viale Bovio, with
its characteristic street setting, full of shops and bars, in the
evening there are shows, entertainment and theme parties.
Only a short stroll and you’re in Via Pascoli “the heart
of old-time Cattolica with historic buildings, characteristic shops
and weekly evening markets.
Turning right at the end of Via Pascoli, walking down Via Fiume
towards the sea, you’ll reach the crossroads of Via Dante
Carducci, the two most important streets during the summer season.
Full of shops, hotels, pizza houses – a sort of “up-market”
bazaar where you can shop or just enjoy a pause in one of the many
bars and restaurants.
far from the town centre and the Town Hall, you’ll find Piazza
de Curtis – where the local weekly market is held, every Saturday
morning. A favourite with the locals as well as with tourists.