The Church of Santi Bartolomeo e Marino (Santa Rita) was built at the end of the 12th Century in the previous site of a chapel from the 15th Century, dedicated to San Marino. He had moved from Arbe to Rimini to practice the craft of stonemasons. Here, you can find a rare example of inlay art: a beautiful wooden choir (dating back to the end of the 15th Century), consisting of 22 seats in walnut, made by Venetian workers. The church is known as Santa Rita of Rimini, for the image that is venerated there.
- Nearest Train: Rimini