Apennine mountains and countryside...Continuous opportunities
In Emilia Romagna, the uncontaminated and protected areas of the Apennines and nature sanctuaries will appear before you in full splendour just half an hour by car from any chief town Emilia Romagna is one of the greenest and most active regions in Italy with 2 national parks, 14 regional parks and 11 nature reserves. The Apennines offer several opportunities for families that wish to relax and spend a holiday in real contact with nature. The Apennines also offer many other opportunities for fun and entertainment. There is something to suit all tastes!
Here you can find even what you do not expect!
Nature Holidays Apennine mountains and countryside offers
Benessere e Motori nella Terra delle Rosse
Un'offerta speciale per scoprire il Mito del Cavallino Rampante e i sapori del territorio nel relax della spa termale...
La Via degli Dei in 4 giorni
A trip into history, walking through Roman paths along the "Flaminia Militare" road....
Nature Events Events
Halloween Party in the Castles around Parma and Piacenza
Witches, young Wicca girls, mystery and ghost lovers, pumpkin maniacs, all you brave people: are you ready to face nightmares and secret passages in the heart of fortresses, strongholds and castles, on the most adventurous and magical night of the year?
The Castles of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza organise events at night, dinners with themed entertainment, suggestive guided candlelight tours, ghost hunting nights, and much more to send shivers down your spine and enjoy a thrilling Halloween night.
Festival of Popular Music and culture in the villages and boroughs of Piacenza's Apennine.
Also this year from 17 July to 11 December don't miss the series of musical and cultural events that takes place in the villages and boroughs of Piacenza's Apennine.
The opening event celebrates Scottish, Brieton and Irish ancient repertoires with the songs of the Four Provinces, and music from the Elizabethan period in memory of Shakespeare. Tales from Emilia region celebrate 40 years after the release of Bernardo Bertolucci's film "Novecento".