Az. Biol. Pedrosola 2/4 pers.: nature and relaxation

Farm stay hosted by Patrizia

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Located on the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennine ridge at 274 m above sea level, Pedrósola offers a stay in a green and harmonious landscape a few kilometres from the town of Brisighella, newly elected “one of the 100 most beautiful villages in Italy”.

The space
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT 40sqm: The rooms, particularly well-kept, with exposed wooden beam ceilings, wrought-iron beds and antique furnishings, independent bathroom. The apartment is located on the garden floor with independent entrance and private bathroom. From the windows you can enjoy a beautiful view of the valley with vineyards, processed fields and woods overlooking the Lamone river.

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What this place offers

Garden view
Mountain view
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Central air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Shared backyard – Not fully fenced
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Brisighella, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Surroundings and tourist attractions
Numerous destinations can be reached by car or by rail (S. Cassiano station about 1.5 km away).
From here you can visit the medieval village of Brisighella (13 km), Faenza (25 km), Ravenna (65 km), Bologna (70 km), Ferrara (70 km), Florence (73 km) and other interesting places in the Apennine hinterland.
For nature lovers you can reach the Casentino Forest Park (20 km), the Vena del Gesso with the Carnè Park, and the Karst Cave of the Brisighella Tanaccia (13 km), the Po Delta (85 km) in addition to the numerous CAI trails also near the farm. For athletes 10 km away are the swimming pools of Brisighella and Marradi, the riding stable of Marradi. In addition, Mirabilandia for children and beyond is only 50 km away.
Brisighella is an ancient medieval and thermal village in the Lamone Valley, in the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines, between Florence and Ravenna.
It is characterized by three rocky pinnacles, on which the Manfredian fortress rests (sec. XIV), the sanctuary of Monticino (18th century), the tower called dell 'Orologio (16th century XIX).
The waters of its thermal baths and the tranquility that reigns in the village and surroundings make it the ideal place to abandon all stress and dedicate yourself to self-care.
A sea of green, chalky paths and staircases, ancient places of worship, houses placed on characteristic streets.... everything in Brisighella creates a set of unique sensations and experiences that evoke ancestral memories, far and near, of a world that has now disappeared for centuries.
It is a hospitable land, rich in traditions, flavours, architectural and naturalistic beauties, awarded the most prestigious certifications (most beautiful villages in Italy, Cittaslow, Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club), testifying to its excellence and quality of life.

Visit the medieval urban layout: a maze of ancient cobbled streets dominated by the peculiarity of the ancient Via del Borgo, raised and porticoed. Everything tells you about a distant world....
"the medieval village
» the Via degli Asini
The territory of the Lamone Valley has a great culinary tradition and abundant food and wine excellence. Brisighello oil and the exquisite cured meats of Mora Romagnola.
»Brisighello oil
» Mora Romagnola
Those who love trekking or mountain biking will immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the Carnè Park, a base for excursions to the Vena del Gesso and the Tanaccia Cave, to discover the wonders of Apennine flora/fauna.
» La Vena del Gesso
» Carnè Park

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Curiosando in the heart of Romagna
For its location, between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany, and good road connections, Brisighella is a great starting point for excursions.
For a quick itinerary, the ideal destination is Faenza, a ceramic city just a few kilometres away.
Even Ravenna and Florence are not far away and the road leading to the Tuscan capital, through the Passo della Colla, offers one of the most fascinating shows in the Apennines.
Florence and Faenza are not only accessible by car, but also by taking the characteristic railway route that connects them directly.
City of Etruscan-Roman origin, it is known worldwide for its ceramic production, whose ancient craftsmanship dates back to the twelfth century.
Ceramics, its tradition and its culture still constitute the vital pole of modern Faenza, with its International Museum of Ceramics that preserves splendid collections of objects from all ages and countries. Faenza, however, is not just ceramic.
It is a city embellished with architectural and urban elements of great importance, such as the splendid Cathedral, one of the most distinguished expressions of Renaissance art in Romagna.
The two central squares, the eighteenth-century Palazzo Milzetti, with interiors decorated with refined neoclassical tempera, the elegant Teatro Masini, a work from the second half of the eighteenth century.
Here they find their ideal setting, spectacular events such as the historic re-enactment of the Palio del Niballo, and sports events such as the 100-kilometer Passatore podium race.
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Last capital, in the 5th century, of the Western Empire. It became the first city in the barbaric kingdom of the Theodoric Goth.
It preserves in splendid monuments the testimony of its role as a great political, commercial and artistic pole in the succession of different civilizations.
In particular, the Roman imperial period and the bright season in which Ravenna became the center of the Eastern Empire, in the middle of the 6th century, left in the city an extraordinary complex of basilicas, baptistery, mausoleums.
The harmony of classic building modules blends in with the splendour and splendour of precious marbles and rich Byzantine mosaic decorations.
A few kilometres from Ravenna opens a magnificent pine forest and a sandy shore that runs along the Adriatic coast.
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A city of Etruscan origin, Florence extends into that joyful area covered by the Arno, surrounded by verdant and fertile hills that make its territory so particular and evocative.
Florence is a cultural centre of enormous importance: just remember the University of Florence, the Cherubini Musical Conservatory, the musical events and all the others of a cultural nature.
It is certainly the artistic component that makes Florence one of the most remarkable and significant tourist centers.
In its museums, in its churches, in its palaces, priceless treasures of every age and style are preserved, so that by visiting them, you can ideally retrace the very path of art.
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20 minutes from Ravenna we meet Cervia.
It is not only a large seaside resort with wide sandy beaches but also the city of salt. In fact, its ancient salt plant still exists, a precious testimony to the traditional harvesting and processing of sea salt, practiced over the centuries until recent times.
Since 1979, a Nature Reserve has been established: a naturalistic oasis that has been preserved while maintaining a flora and fauna typical of wetlands.
In addition to the salt marshes, you can visit the Salt Warehouses which, together with the Tower of St. Michael and the Dock, constitute the most evocative view of the historic centre.
For more information on Cervia
The Po Delta Regional Park, established in 1989, is the largest of the regional parks. It includes the southern part of the present-day Po Valley delta, the "historic delta", as well as a large portion of wetlands further south, of great interest from a naturalistic point of view.
The visitor will be amazed by the wide variety of environments and cultural attractions offered by this extreme flank of the Po Valley: the wreckage of the primitive Mediterranean scrub and the hygrophilous forest that shaded the ancient Padusa are found here, side by side; the coastal lagoons, brackish valleys and the wetlands of fresh water.
Etruscan and Roman remains, the splendors of Byzantine mosaics and the suggestions of Benedictine and extended architecture.
The six stations in which the park is divided are easily reachable by taking the Ferraresi Lido motorway, the A14 motorway towards Ravenna or the Romea State road, which crosses most of the protected area.
For more information about the Park

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House rules

Check-in: Flexible
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm
Nearby lake, river, other body of water

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