Montefeltro is a sub-region of the Alta Valmarecchia, extending between the hills of the central Apennines and the Adriatic Sea.
The Marecchia Valley is located in the hills of the Rimini hinterland, at the southern extremity of Emilia-Romagna.
In 4847 hectares of natural wonders and breathtaking views just 40 km from Rimini.
The Park excels from a naturalistic point of view as one of the most valuable and ancient forest areas in Europe.
It has always been a nature reserve populated by different varieties of plants and many animal species finding shelter there.
The botanical garden of Valbonella is a real open-air museum, with didactic and protectionist intent.
This area is characterized by gullies of considerable visual impact.
This park represents an extremely interesting geological area.
One of its features is the presence of large colonies of bats (over 8000 specimens).