A holiday in Emilia Romagna could be the perfect occasion for discovering a region which is rich in art, nature and cooking. You may plan a holiday at the sea, for example, in Rimini or Riccione or another seaside resort of the Adriatic sea coast.
If you prefer mountains for spending your summer holiday in Italy instead, we suggest you choose a place on the Appennino Emiliano, the natural borderline between the regions of Tuscany and Emilia Romagna.
Another interesting historic-artistic itinerary could go along the Po Valley and pass through many renowned cities, among which we would like to point out Bologna the learned, Parma and its Certosa (which is the topic of the Stendhal's novel The Charterhouse of Parma), Ferrara with its Castle and Schifanoia Palace, and Ravenna, the old capital-city of the Roman Empire, which still preserves Byzantine art master pieces.
If we should point out a list of main tourist destinations to visit during your holiday in Emilia Romagna, the first we should mention is obviously the home town of the most famous Red in the world of sport: Maranell! It's a town in the province of Modena and it's internationally renowned for being the old, original home of Ferrari.
This farmhouse with swimming pool, is located in the province of Piacenza. The property is easily accessible from Piacenza, Milan, and the main cities of Emilia Romagna and Lombardy
Farmhouse in Emilia Romagna near Faenza. The farmhouse is composed of 5 rooms, 4 apartments and 1 suite.
A 3-star (3-daisy) farm holiday resort, which is part of a farm stretching over about 100 hectares. This property was built in 1610 and has been completely restructured.
There is a local tale of a white hare that once lived here and made friends with everyone, bringing them good fortune...
Villetta, recently renovated, deep in the green, in a sunny area, with glorious views over rolling countryside.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A REALLY RELAXING HOLIDAY ? We offer an independent farm house on the hills 20 km.
Carpineti 1908, is located within the green hills of Appennino Tosco-Emiliano. Its owners, Stefania and Antonio restored it for 30 years.