The Associazione Torre di Oriolo was founded in 1995 by a group of farmers, restaurateurs, artisans and traders from the hills of Oriolo dei Fichi (a district of Faenza), with the desire to enhance the historical, naturalistic and cultural heritage of the territory. The association is based in the Torre di Oriolo and manages tourism promotion.
In addition to guided tours of the tower, the association organizes events in the surrounding park: village festivals and rural festivals, historical re-enactments, traditional festivals with music, fireworks, songs and dances.
When there are no scheduled events, we suggest a tour of the cellars and restaurants of our hills, to discover the wines and flavors of traditional Romagna cuisine. Because history and nature must not only be seen and known, but also savored.
Ca ‘de’ Gatti
The literary farm Ca ‘de’ Gatti combines rural hospitality with culture with the review ” A cena con lo scrittore (At dinner with the writer)”, book presentations and art exhibitions.
Ca ‘Vincenzona is a bed & breakfast in the hills of Faenza for a holiday full of nature, relaxation and good food.
The farm with rooms, Campanacci is located in the hills of Faenza, a short distance from the Torre di Oriolo dei Fichi, in the middle of 75 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and cereals. It produces wine, oil, balsamic vinegar and grappa.
The Sabbiona winery and farm is located on the splendid hills of Romagna, surrounded by vineyards and orchards and immersed in greenery and tranquility.
Locanda della Fortuna
The Locanda della Fortuna features elegant rustic-style rooms with wood-burning fireplaces and an outdoor pool overlooking the Faenza hilltop landscape. It is also a renowned restaurant with classic menu of seafood and vegetarian dishes.
Via S. Mamante 136, Loc. Oriolo dei Fichi, Faenza (RA)
Tel +39 0546 642318 – Cell +39 335 5809987
email@example.com – www.locandadellafortuna.it
La Torre di Oriolo dei Fichi
Located on the hill of Oriolo dei Fichi, one of the most evocative viewpoints of Faenza, the Torre di Oriolo is what remains of an ancient castle and medieval village. Built in the late 1400s, it has passed through the centuries and the many wars that it was involved in. The last of which was World War II, when it sheltered about eighty civilians fleeing from Faenza and was also chosen by the Germans as a territorial garrison.
Since 2004, following a careful restoration, the Tower is open to the public..