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 o
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.
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.
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.
We take you to the beautiful medieval village in the province of Parma to discover the majestic Sanvitale Fortress, surrounded by a navigable moat, and culinary delicacies from all over Italy and the world: a real gastronomic siege!
By Joni Scarpolini
The inhabitants of the ancient Calabrian village are devoted to San Teodoro di Amasea, who defeated the terrible monster in 1528: they dedicated a day of the year to their leader to celebrate his exploit