Rosola is a well preserved village, away from the main roads, that is gathered around a 13th century tower which bears witness to the old castle and without doubt is one of the oldest in the Apennines. The residential area is dominated by Monte Questiolo, where the ruins of Montecuccoli castle stand, including the imposing tower. It was here on Monte Questiolo, in 1953, that the remains of Bronze Age huts were found (1000 - 1800 B.C.): the oldest proof of human settlements in the area. Not far from the village is a spring, Nadìa, one of the largest in the Apennines. Rosola, which is surrounded by woods and glades that descend towards the Panaro River, is the ideal departure point for excursions in the area. Several pathways lead away from here, one of these is the Belvedere, which finds an ideal resting place in the Monte Questiolo camp site.