Rosolina Mare is the pearl of the Po Delta Park, a peninsula about 9 km long surrounded by the water of the valleys and the Adriatic Sea, mostly covered by a thick and lush pine forest.
The width of the beaches and the variety of the tourist offer qualify the seaside resort of Rovigo as a destination frequented by young people and families.
The sandy shore of Rosolina Mare has peculiar characteristics both from the marine point of view and from the fluvial one, it has been awarded in 2008 by ARPAV with the Blue Dolphin and with two sails by Legambiente and Touring Club on Guida Blu.
It is a young seaside resort, in fact it began to develop only around the sixties, exploiting the considerable tourist potential linked to its location, with particular attention to the preservation of the environmental value of the area.
The dense and luxuriant pinewood, together with the Mediterranean forest of holm oaks and downy oaks, runs along the dunes bordering the beach, offering 172 hectares of wooded area, a peaceful refuge for picnics and moments of relaxation.
The nearby lagoons with fishing valleys are equipped, since ancient times, for the breeding of some fish species. If numerous are the receptive structures made available by the resort of Rovigo, just as numerous are the opportunities to practice sports: swimming pools, bicycles for rent, tennis courts, riding schools and the tourist dock of Porto Fossone engage the sunny days of sportsmen on holiday in Rosolina.
There are also many opportunities to discover the fascinating natural and historical beauties that surround Rosolina Mare such as, for example, the Botanical Coastal Garden of Porto Caleri, a naturalistic area of 23 hectares managed by the regional forestry service of Padua and Rovigo with the collaboration of the University of Padua.