ITINERARIESLAND TO EXPLORE
Bassa Romagna is an ancient and lively land, a hospitable territory where you can abandon yourself to beauty, rediscovering dormant emotions and living unique and genuine experiences, in close connection with nature
Bassa Romagna for families: to discover crafts, traditions and nature
History and traditions to be discovered among wickerwork, paper sculptures and exploration of nature
Motors in Bassa Romagna
Cars, motorcycles and aircrafts: Bassa Romagna tells its history with its passion for the roar of the engines through the lives of heroes and past life styles.
Fortresses and towers in Bassa Romagna
An itinerary through the history with high towers, symbol of the military and economic power, and ancient fortresses that dominate towns with their magnificence
The wellness itinerary: ALBACO
Music from Bassa Romagna
A musical itinerary that allows to discover museums, rare documents, historical artifacts and theaters, where the notes of extraordinary melodies still resound
Memory in the landscape
In a strategic territory during the last part of the Second World War, memorial stones, steles, monuments and museums testify stories and ideals of freedom in a landscape that does not forget
Earth and water
Earth and water are the typical elements of Bassa Romagna, a delightful corner of Italy you can explore by leisurely strolling or cycling along the banks of rivers and canals.
The murals will surprise us with their stories, closely tied with the stories of the places and their inhabitants
Art and landscape – Discovering the works of Land Art
An itinerary that crosses the countryside, waterways and small towns, tracing a connection between the works of Land Art of the three editions of the TERRENA festival.
From museum to museum houses
Cradles of art, faith and ideas, museums give us the chance to plunge into the past
Lamone: a river of emotions
A 22 miles path along the Lamone river, a water way to be traveled slowly discovering the beauties of a unique territory: the lush plain, the reclaimed valleys, the brackish lagoons, the centuries-old San Vitale pine forest, the flooded forest of Punte Alberete, until you reach the suggestive coastal dunes of the river mouth.