Agriturismo Emilia-Romagna

Agriturismo Emilia-Romagna

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Agriturismo Emilia Romagna

Agritourism or agriturismo involves any agriculturally based operation or activity that brings visitors to a farm or ranch. Do you want to experience this in Emilia Romagna? You are on the right page and we are here for you! Scroll down and see the most beautiful cottages located for agriturismo in the tranquil Emilia Romagna in northern Italy!


Emilia Romagna lies between the River Po to its north and the Apennine Mountains (to its south). It is one of the most fertile and productive regions of Italy, thanks to the mitigating effect that the Adriatic Sea has on the coastal climate. The diversity between the mountains and sea offers visitors to Emilia Romagna breathtaking views, in addition to beauty for both the eyes and spirit, with a mixture of the earthy colors, the aromas, and the fresh sea air.

In Italy, a big part of the flora and fauna has disappeared after years of cultivation and hunting. However, the present flora and fauna attract many nature lovers with its sunny vineyards, natural parks, and olive groves. These landscapes reveal spectacular views. If you are interested to see the original vegetation of Italy, then be sure to visit one of the remote border regions or the famous Sardinia. There you will find more than 600 different plant species that are considered unique for the country. Highlands of the peninsula, Sardinia, and Sicily are covered with evergreen and cork oaks, stone and Alep pines, olives, carob trees, and lentsks. Higher grounds are planted by oaks, beech and chestnut trees, spruces, fir and pines, white ash, oriental sycamore, and white poplar.

Italy is one of the few places where you will be able to spot golden eagles, Italian wolves, and lynx. Unfortunately, due to deforestation and developments in agriculture, the variety of animals in Italy decreased. For this reason, most of the wildlife dwells in the mountain area. There are around 400 species of birds in Italy including mountain partridge, vulture, swift, black and wood grouse, golden eagle. In fact, Italy is also one of the rest stops for the annual bird migration to Africa. Noticeable sea dwellers are common for red mullets, sea crucians, white and sword sharks. Tuna, mackerel, sardines, and flounders are objects of the fishing industry. A variety of life in the sea is complemented by invertebrates like sponges and red corals.


Art, history, and architecture are only some aspects of the wide range of features characterizing Emilia Romagna. Bologna is part trade show city and commerce, the part grande dame of culture, art, and cuisine, and in a part college town with a rather alternative flair. Similar to Bologna's own diverse characteristics, the Basilica di San Petronio, one of the most beautiful churches in Italy, displays a with its half marble and half raw façade.

For nature lovers, 2 national parks, 14 regional parks, and 11 regional reserves offer sport and leisure to those who want to plunge into the green. The flora and fauna typical of the area can be enjoyed via trekking, kayaking, and cycling in complete freedom.

Horseback riders can follow itineraries on the Via Francigena in the areas of Piacenza and Parma, enjoying the many parks and following the myriad paths - even off the bridle-ways - that are scattered almost all over the region.

There are many unique places all over the Italian cities. Also, pure nature makes it worth visiting. The diversity of landscapes provides endless possibilities for outdoor activities and sports. Since almost half of the country is either mountainous or bumpy, it is a perfect destination for passionate hikers. Grab snacks with you and have an amazing picnic with a spectacular view! If you want to go skiing, then pick an Italian cottage in the mountains. You also have the option to book accommodation near the sea or lake. When having a house near the waters, in summer, is a great place for swimming, fishing, or kayaking. Also, renting a cottage with a private pool is an option.


The provided options for your perfect agriturismo house on are endless. If you want to have an unforgettable experience while staying at one of the houses in Italy, then choose something new! To experience Italy like a local, book a trulli. In fact, this one of a kind dwelling is the trademark of the Puglia region that will guarantee you a special experience in Italy. Interested in booking a romantic weekend for only you and your loved one? Then choose a tiny house or intimate treehouse above the ground. Willing to host a celebration or event? For larger groups, we have holiday apartments and villas for your agriturismo holidays that can host up to 25 people! These agriturismo homes give you a chance to escape your busy life and enjoy an adventurous camping break without giving up the comfort and luxury you need. And most of them have a central heating system, making it the perfect alternative accommodation for a lovely Christmas and New Year holiday. Popular among tourists and families with children especially are agricultural holidays in farmhouses. So, what are you waiting for? Pick the most beautiful home in Italy for your break. Don't forget to check out our last minute deals, in case you are impatient with your holidays. Enjoy!