A holiday home in Emilia-Romagna offers not only gastronomy, but also has much to offer art, culture and architecture lovers. Emilia Romagna is rich in historical and cultural heritage, and has unique treasures! Think of the charm of historic towns such as Modena, Ravenna (masterpieces of mosaic art), and the Renaissance city of Ferrara (a UNESCO world heritage site). If you choose a holiday home in Emilia-Romagna in Belvilla, you'll enjoy a rural setting, peace and quiet, and lots of space.
The art cities of Bologna and Parma are well worth a visit during your holiday in Emilia-Romagna. Both cities are full of art, architecture and gastronomy! Bologna, for example, is the gastronomic centre, and has a historic city centre with countless monuments.
There is plenty to do from your holiday home in Emilia-Romagna. 'La Notte Rosa', or literally: the pink night, is very special. On the first Friday in July, thousands of people gather along the 110 kilometre Adriatic coast, from Cattolica to Comacchio. The dress code is pink and the city of Rimini is also completely transformed into this sweet colour. The party starts at sunset, and is also called the New Year's Eve of summer on the Italian Riviera. The festivities continue the next day with fantastic concerts, impressive fireworks displays and various other attractions., In short, an event not to be missed! Book your holiday home in Emilia-Romagna now, and enjoy the many events in the region!
The Emilia-Romagna region has much more to offer than just art, architecture and gastronomy. It is a true paradise for motorcycle and car enthusiasts! You will not only find the Ferrari museum and the Museo Ducati, it is also the ideal destination to enjoy touring by motorbike or by car. Emilia Romagna is known for the many famous motorcyclists from the region, including Valentino Rossi, Marco Simoncelli, Loris Capirossi, Marco Melandri, and Mattia Pasini. The MotoGP, a spectacular event at the Misano Adriatico race track, is held here every year in September. The green, rolling hills and mountains of the region are also ideal as a course for experienced and less experienced drivers, with beautiful routes and lots of fun curves. So motorcyclists, pay attention!Belvilla also offers the right holiday home in Emilia-Romagna for a motorbike holiday.
Your holiday home in Emilia-Romagna offers the ideal starting point to discover the area.The landscape ranges from fairly flat to hilly. Countryside with vineyards and picturesque villages that lie against the hills, and here and there, castles, abbeys and large villas. In the east lies the Adriatic coast. This 110 km. long coastline is very popular with Italians as well as Germans and Dutch people. You will find wide sandy beaches and famous seaside resorts such as Rimini, Riccione, Cesenatico, Cattólica, Cervia, Milano Marittima, or the seven towns of Lidi di Comacchio. Your holiday home in Emilia-Romagna is the starting point for a holiday on the coast.
You will find San Marino in the south-east of Emilia-Romagna. This mini state has a hilly landscape with the highest point "Monte Titano" at 756 metres altitude. Shopaholics are well catered for, because you can shop tax-free! For example, in the similar-named capital San Marino. In addition, visiting a local winegrower or cheese-maker from your holiday home in Emilia-Romagna is highly recommended!
The most important places to visit in Emilia-Romagna are Bologna, Ravenna, Parma, Modena, Ferrara, and Faenza
Some of the must-do activities in the Emilia-Romagna are-