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For 20 years The castellazzo
Time seems to stand still here at the Castellazzo: an exclusive and luxury farm holiday centre, with every modern comfort for a very relaxing stay, is in an unusual setting between green hills and the magical atmosphere of a peaceful medieval village. A place that you will never forget, refined and serene at the same time…
Between reality and dreams: with perfect harmony, at the Castellazzo you can rest your body and mind, have a romantic break, recover your energy and organize profitable work meetings and events in a calm and relaxing atmosphere.
The territory of the Samoggia Valley
Agriturismo Il Castellazzo
Il Castellazzo is situated at walking distance from the Monteveglio medieval village and the Abbey Natural Park, into oak woods, valleys, gullies, vineyards and fields. In the area you can sight roe deers, wild boars, pheasants, hares, foxes, badgers and many species of birds. Recently the wolf has reappeared.
The Samoggia Valley is an area that has always been a cradle of traditions and typical quality productions, with a fine food and wine offer, an area of origin of high quality wines, the heart of the “colli bolognesi” DOC.
In addition, from our facility it is possible to reach:
Within a 30-minute drive are the Ferrari Museum, Balsamic Vinegar Museum, Lamborghini Museum, Ducati Museum, Carpigiani Gelato University, and downtown Bologna
In about 45 minutes, the center of Modena, a UNESCO World Heritage city.
In 1 hour, the Renaissance center of Ferrara, a UNESCO World Heritage city, and Parma and its gastronomic treasures
In 1 1/2 hours, Florence, a UNESCO World Heritage city, Verona, a UNESCO World Heritage city, Mantua, a UNESCO World Heritage city, Ravenna, a UNESCO World Heritage city, and the Adriatic Riviera.
In 2 hours to Milan, the fashion capital with Leonardo da Vinciʼs UNESCO World Heritage ‘Last Supper,’ Venice, a UNESCO World Heritage city, and many other cultural and tourist attractions.
The value of hospitality
“The Bolognese are full of fire, passion, generosity, and sometimes imprudence.”