The old part of Bibbiena, a medieval fortress, is set at the top of a hill surmounted by the Torre Tarlati.
A noteworthy monument is the 16th-century Palazzo Dovizi, named after the renowned family to which Cardinal Bernardo, called il Bibbiena (1470-1520) belonged. Discover more
Poppi is located in the center of Casentino, one of the most beautiful valleys in Tuscany.
The medieval village is rare walled town, with the Castello dei Conti Guidi at its highest point, dominating everything. Discover more
The Municipal territory of Stia extends in the Casentino for an area of 62,71 square kilometres at the foot of Monte Falterona, and is crossed by the Arno river.
Stia rose on the Roman road called Via Maior, one of the important roads that used to connect Casentino valley to San Godenzo, in Mugello. Discover more
The Municipal territory of Chiusi della Verna extends over an area of 102,32 square kilometers between Casentino and Valtiberina.
“Crudo sasso”, the bare rock as mentioned by Dante Alighieri in the Divine Commedy, is the sacred mountain of Saint Francis Discover more
Coming from Bibbiena and passing the crossroad to San Martino in Tremoleto is Ortignano. The country is located on a hill, overlooking the confluence of the ditch and the stream, and the entire valley. Raggiolo is a small medieval town built entirely in stone. Discover more
The comune lies in the Casentino valley on the left bank of the River Arno. During World War II Rassina was home for many American soldiers who were hiding or preparing the offensive on the German army. Many people were killed while fighting with Fascist soldiers. Discover more
The village of Chitignano is surrounded by a lush forest vegetation and this is a great place from which to start nature trails that are characteristic of these wild places.
The most important monuments in Chitignano are the Parish of St. Vincent, the Castle of the Counts Ubertini and the Palace of the Podestà. Discover more
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Foreste Casentinesi National Park is committed to a constant activity of promotion of the values and aims of the protected area. In order to enrich this activity, together with a number of initiatives, many Visitor Centers have been opened. Discover more
The Casentino EcoMuseum is a project promoted by the Unione dei Comuni del Casentino. It is composed of a network of cultural experiences and display areas spread throughout the valley. It is organized in close contact with the local communities as well. Discover more
Casentino offers a unique experience in every season. Choose your favourite season, come and join us!
Rediscovering the ancient flavours, slow rhythms and small villages...with a touch of liveliness and joy.
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A large playground made of forests and castles, many events for young and old. Fun for the whole family!
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Worship and culture blend together harmoniously in a natural and relaxing setting.
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