The panorama of Romagna Romagna is marked on the horizon by the imposing mountain range of the Apennines, interspersed with valleys in which flow several waterways, such as the Montone, the Tramazzo, the Bidente, the Lamone, the Savio, the Rabbi and Rio Maggio. Also in this area, in the valley on the slopes of Monte Fumaiolo, comes the Tevere River, a sacred river to the destinies of Rome.
The mountains and the valley are home to green forests such as Montebello, a real oasis of faunistic pigeons. There are wooded formations of scientific and educational interest and tree species from all continents. A large part of Romagna is occupied by the Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi, while the chestnut groves surround the village of Marradi.
The waters that flow in these areas create unique natural settings, such as the pools of Premilcuore or the Acquacheta waterfalls in Portico, to become thermal springs with therapeutic power.
The precious sulphurous and salsobromoiodic waters of Castrocaro Terme were already known in Roman times, while the bicarbonate-alkaline-sulphurous, mineral and hyperthermal sources of Bagno di Romagna have been used since ancient times.
But the most singular element of the territory is certainly the Volcano of Monte Busca, the smallest volcano in the world, which rises in “Inferno” in Tredozio and is fed by natural gas.