Stays for a week or more can be arranged in the Pasolini’s Villa for a maximum of eight guests.
The Park can be visited, by groups, in June and September only on Friday afternoons. Visits must be reserved by appointment.
For reservations call +39.0544.38583 or send a fax +39.0544.217653 or a mail to:
The farm can be visited by agricultural experts.
In early summer you can admire special kinds of corn and wheat: the production can rise to 80-90 quintals/hectare, the highest in Italy.

Airport: Forlì: 1/2 hour drive
Ravenna: about 15 km by the autoroute, is a very important artistic town, unique Byzantine churches, decorated with celebrated mosaics. Excellent music, ballet and theatre at the Ravenna Festival, June 15th – July 15th.
Marina di Ravenna: about 20 km, with good beaches and excellent seaside restaurants.
Milano Marittima – Cervia: about 25 km, has celebrated pinewoods, fine beaches and famous restaurants. One of the outstanding seaside resorts on the Adriatic coast. An exceptional golf club, one of the best in Italy.
Faenza: about 25 km, where you can visit the International Museum of Ceramics, the most important in Europe.
Bologna: about 50 km on the autoroute. One of the most important historic towns in Italy, with the oldest University in the country, an important archaeological museum and a famous picture gallery.
Castel San Pietro: about 30 km, with an excellent golf club and a very well known Spa.
Passo della Futa: about 40 km, at an altitude of 900 meters in the Apennine mountains, offers a breathtaking view of Tuscany (Mugello). Quite cool in summer, good restaurants, beautiful walks in the woods.
Imola: about 20 km, an historic town: important the Castle of Caterina Sforza, designed by Leonardo da Vinci. Very good concerts at the famous Academy of Piano (+39 0542.30802).
Dozza: about 30 km, the Malvezzi Castle, just over the medieval village (famous small restaurants).
Riolo Terme (Faenza): a pretty small town with very well known ancient thermal baths.
Rimini: about 80 km by the autoroute. A most interesting historic town, it has the famous Malatesta Temple, good beaches and fashionable nightlife.
Urbino: about 90 km by the autoroute. One of the most important historical Renaissance towns in Italy, its Ducal Palace is famous.
From Forlì, Venice and Florence can be reached by car in less than three hours.
Perugia, the very important historical town (midway to Rome) can be reached easily in two and a half hours.
Rome, through the Umbria Valley can be reached easily in 4-5 hours.