The territory defined Romagna Toscana extends in the middle between the two regions, surrounded by natural currencies. Within a radius of about 200 kilometers there are several cities of art, Florence, Arezzo, Forli, San Marino, Bologna and Ravenna, full of history and culture, rich in museums, churches and monuments. There are also places of landscape interest, such as the areas of Casentino and Mugello, the Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi and, of course, the Apennines.
Romagna Romagna also offers the possibility of experiencing spiritual experiences: the hidden hermitages in the wild nature are immersed in silence and contemplation. In these lands begins one of the most important pilgrimage routes for the Catholic world, the Via di Assisi, which starts from Dovadola, then crosses Rocca San Casciano, Portico, Premilcuore and Santa Sofia, passing through Tuscany, until you get to Umbria.
From the area of the Romagna region it is also easy to reach the coast: the Riviera Romagnola, one of the most famous and dynamic areas of the Italian coast, is in fact only a few tens of kilometers away.