Emilia-Romagna is one of the regions of Italy with the largest number of medieval villages. From Vigoleno to Castell'Arquato, from Fontanellato to San Leo, passing through Correggio and Longiano, just to name a few, Emilia-Romagna boasts ancient views of incredible beauty, many of which are hidden in the villages perched between the hills of Piacenza and 'Appenino Tosco-Emiliano. In addition, Emilia-Romagna boasts natural spas of great prestige and famous throughout the world, such as Castrocaro Terme, where to combine the artistic-cultural aspect with that of relaxation and wellness.
Take a walk on the bumps of Ponte del Diavolo (Devil's Bridge). You will be able to admire at a single glance the hamlet, Monte Penice and the river Trebbia, just like in the movies.
After Via degli Asini, the streets of the village continue to go up towards the Tre Colli that dominate it, becoming increasingly narrow and steep. They look like paths where you can strongly feel the scent of these gentle mountains.
Castell'Arquato is a well-preserved hamlet that is able to fascinate everyone with its art, its nature and its typical products.
Castelvetro di Modena
Castelvetro di Modena offers a large number of ideas for those who want to know more about the history and the culture of the territory.
Castrocaro is known for its Etruscan thermal center and for hosting the Castrocaro Festival, a festival dedicated to music.
Cervia, a well-known tourist resort in Emilia-Romagna, is called the city of salt.
The village of Comacchio is located in Emilia Romagna inside the Park of the Po Delta.
The village of Compiano is located in Val di Taro, Emilia Romagna.
A town of medieval origin linked to the Lombard domination, today Correggio is one of the largest and most populated municipalities of the Province, as well as the cradle of artists.
Dozza is considered one of the most characteristic villages of the whole Tuscan-Romagna Apennines.
Fiumalbo is located in the High Appennino Modenese, at the border with Tuscany.
Gualtieri, considered one of the small capital cities of the Po, is a village rich in historical evidence contained in the magnificent Piazza Bentivoglio.
Guiglia, called "the balcony of Emilia", is a village on the Modena hills.
The old town centre of Longiano, a well preserved hamlet of medieval origins surrounded by double city walls, offers various historical and artistic evidence, with lots of places to discover and rediscover.
Marano sul Panaro
The village of Marano is characterized by being the last municipality of the plain and the first of the mountain, defined as "the gateway to the Apennines".
Montefiore Conca is a small village of Rimini hinterland, a time was an important outpost of the Malatesta family with a fortress that dominates with its imposing, the whole surrounding area.
The village of San Leo, on the border between Romagna and Marche, was defined by Umberto Eco as "the most beautiful city in Italy".
The village of Sant'Agata Feltria, homeland of the white truffle, is located in the Marecchia Valley on the border between Marche and Romagna.
In Sarsina, in 255-251 BC, there was born Tito Maccio Plauto, the biggest Latin comedy writer.
Spilamberto, part of the Terre di Castelli Union, is a pretty village in the province of Modena.
the fortified village of Vigoleno is one of the most important historical monuments of the territory of Piacenza in Emilia Romagna.
Zocca and the villages of its territory are located in Emilia Romagna, on the first slopes of the Apennines.