A stay at Torre Fantini is ideal for anyone looking for that perfect combination of fresh air and relaxation and fascinating sightseeing, while enjoying some of Italy’s best food and wine.
The words Romagna and Tuscany combine in the name of this area, Tuscan Romagna, which evokes a veritable ocean of images, traditions, aromas, memories, sounds, scents, colors and emotions to offer to the people who live here, as well as to all who visit this area, considered one of the most beautiful and unspoilt regions of Italy.
Romagna is the part of Emilia-Romagna that lies east of its capital city Bologna, a region with a history and a culture as rich and fascinating as that of Tuscany and its capital Florence. In and around Tredozio, which is practically on the border between the two, you will find many traces of “Florentine Romagna” especially in the architecture and the place names of the towns and villages along its hills. Towns like Castrocaro and Terra del Sole, Dovadola and Modigliana, were all governed by the Grand Duke of Tuscany for five centuries, and Tuscan Romagna blends elements from each culture- two regions while staying in just one!
Here you find both the renowned culinary and gastronomic pleasures of Romagna and an almost Tuscan landscape of gently rolling hills dotted with the occasional pencil cypress amidst beautifully nurtured agricultural land. While enjoying the Romagna spirit of hospitality and “living life to the full”, you may also encounter some of the famous Tuscan ironic wit and banter. You will notice elements of elegantly restrained Tuscan country architecture. You will get to know and savor with pleasure great Sangiovese wines made in both Romagna and Tuscany, because Tuscan Romagna is home to many prize winning wine estates. And all round you, in the many charming historic villages, you will find skilled craftsmanship and fine art, each influenced by the cultures of both regions.