Agriturismo Forlì

A warm welcome to the Agriturismo Pettirosso

'Il Pettirosso', meaning little robin in English is an Agriturismo property that dates from the 18th century. It has been carefully renovated in keeping the original features of a typical farmhouse of the 'Romagna' region.
To further indulge into the local atmosphere, the interior design is based on many original furniture pieces and reflects the craftsmanship of local furniture makers. Imbedded in the valleys of the region, 'Il Pettirosso' provides an oasis for relaxation in pure nature. It is in close proximity to Forli with easy access to historical towns, Spa areas and nature walks.


Rooms

The property has 8 rooms and spacious common areas. A large shady patio invites to enjoy breakfast outside.

Sport & Golf

The area has many nature walkways that can be explored by foot or on bike. A 9-hole golf course lies adjacent to the property.

Nature Reserve

The location of 'Il Pettirosso' in the valleys of the Romagna region is described as a nature reserve and offers a diversity of flora and fauna. It invites for bird watching.

What activities are available at 'Il Pettirosso'?

At "Il Pettirosso", we are growing blackberries, raspberries, gooseberries and currants. These freshly picked berries are available for purchase at the property.

The Spa facilities of Fratta

The Spa facilities of Fratta

Fratta's Spa is considered one of the best thermal areas of the region and offers an array of treatments for mental and physical well being.

Hiking and bike excursions

Hiking and bike excursions

The little town of Bertinoro often related to as the 'balcony/terrace' of the Romagna region and the surrounding hill areas offer a variety of hiking and bike tracks to discover the culture and nature of the region.

Romagna Wines

Wines

The region between Appeninn mountain chain and the southern river valley of the Po is famous for its wines. There are five grapes in the area out of which the Sangiovese and the Trebbiano have international acclaim as these are the grapes from which the famous Chianti and the Brunello de Montalcino derive from. The other local grapes are Albana, Pagadebit and Cagnina.

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