Wine and natural enchantment. You can get lost at any time of the year with the breathtaking landscapes of an astonishing Romagna. On the hills or through the plains, crossing paths, rivers, woods and waterfalls for a trip out of town, a weekend with friends, or an unplanned outing. There are many reasons to take a break from your daily routine to visit and get to know places of a land where unspoiled nature continues to amaze people. Visit the wineries along the way during your stroll or hike to make the moment memorable.
all the places to visit along this itinerary
The Frattona Forest, the Correcchio Valley.
The presence of iron oxides found in Imola’s sands earned them the nickname “yellow sands” in the nineteenth century.
The Mineral Water Park: Mount Castellaccio, the "Enzo and Dino Ferrari" Racetrack.
The Park originated in 1830 when Dr. Gioacchino Cerchiari discovered of healing properties of the springs with sulphurous waters and this made the location immediately popular.
The Santerno Valley towns: Casalfiumanese, Borgo Tossignano, Fontanelice, Castel del Rio, Castiglioncello, Firenzuola.
The Santerno River originates near the Futa Pass and after a journey of 99 km flows into the Reno River. The convergence was artificially created. In Roman times the river reached the plain and flowed into the marshes that once characterized the lower Padana plain.
The Po Delta Park: the Forest of Punte Alberete, the historic pine forest of San Vitale, Garibaldi’s shack, the lagoon area of Pialassa Baiona, and Spinaroni Island.
The Park represents one of the most important European birdwatching sites as it is home to 320 species of birds.
The Vena del Gesso National Park: from the Sillaro valley to the Lamone valley, Carné Park, the Casola herb garden, the Tanaccia cave, and King Tiberius’ cave.
The spectacular silvery gray chalk ridge gives the landscape a unique and unforgettable characteristic; a natural environment where orchids grow majestically, among the shrubs and the bare rock that is home to junipers and gorse.
Bagno di Romagna
The Casentinesi Forest Park: the Ridracoli Dam, the Ca'di Sopra Hut, the Lama Forest, Mount Falterona, Campigna National Park.
The area containing the Casentinesi Forest Park, Mount Falterona and Campigna National Park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to the presence of some of the oldest beech trees in Europe.
The Casentino Forest National Park Visitor’s Center, the Romagna ridge Fauna Museum.
Romagna has millennial forests; its green heart unites this land to Tuscany. From the Premilcuore museum you can discover part of the trails and which animals species live in these woods.
Mount Busca, the Waterfalls of Acquacheta and Brusia, the Urlante Caves.
Mount Busca has the smallest volcano in Italy. In reality, they are gaseous hydrocarbons discharges which burn continuously when they come into contact with oxygen. The flames of the so-called “burning fountain” create a scene you’ll never forget.
Castrocaro Terme e Terra del Sole
The towns of: Castrocaro Terme, Vecchiazzano, Meldola, Rocca delle Caminate, Predappio and Predappio Alta.
The Sericulture History Museum in Meldola.
The Franco Agosto City Park.
The green lung of the city where you can find fresh air at any time of the day and year!
The towns of Predappio Alta, Rocca San Casciano, and the routes to Pieve Salutare.
Visit the Caves of Ex-Sulphuric Gases of Predappio Alta is fascinating.
The Gessi trail, the Basilica del Monte, Via delle Scalette, the Malatestian Fortress, City Park.
The 20 km of the Gessi trail offers panoramic sights, with the possibility of stopping in equipped areas. The route is entirely signposted and included in the “Move that is good for you” project which promotes sports in the green areas of the city.
Santarcangelo di Romagna
Poggio Torriana, the Madonna di Saiano Sanctuary, Montebello, the Natè Naturalistic Oasis, the Verucchio bridge, Verucchio.
Where you can stop for a picnic.
The Onferno Nature Reserve, the Onferno Caves, the antique Parish Church of Santa Colomba which today is a Naturalistic Museum, the Botanical Garden, Valconca, San Giovanni in Marignano, Morciano di Romagna.
For the bold and daring, the Onferno Park also offers summer night excursions, when the inhabitants of the caves, the bats, are in great turmoil and fly from one end of the cave to the other.