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About Palazzuolo sul Senio

Nature, art, and well-being at Ca’ Scheta

The residence is surrounded by ​​mountains and hills and is ideal for those who enjoy hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, and Nordic walking. From here, you can explore some of the most beautiful areas in the region along the S.O.F.T. (Sorgenti di Firenze Trekking) routes or on other trails marked by CAI and the municipality of Palazzuolo sul Senio.

If you take advantage of the train+bike service on Trenitalia’s train cars equipped with bicycle storage along the Florence-Faenza line, you can actually arrive at Ca’ Scheta directly by bicycle. At Ca’ Scheta you’ll be able to relax as well as enjoy the outdoors. Guests will receive the ViviSenio CARD as a gift allowing you to take advantage of a 10% or 15% discount at restaurants, shops, the municipal swimming pool, riding stables, and wellness centers.

Events in Palazzuolo sul Senio

During the year, this charming ancient village hosts all kinds of events. From June to December events include a variety of cultural, recreational, artistic, and traditional initiatives such as the Tortello festival (culinary event); the magnificent medieval festival (“Medioevo alla Corte degli Ubaldini”) in July; the Festival dell’Appennino (cultural event); the wild boar festival; the hunting festival; and the chestnut festival that is the highlight of autumn.

In November, the Cinghiale Trail Run is open to runners and walkers of all ages and abilities. Christmas is especially magical in Palazzuolo with the nativity scenes throughout the historic center, the Christmas market, and the light displays.

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Half-day trips

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What to see in Palazzuolo sul Senio, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy..


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One of the most beautiful villages in Italy yet virtually unknown to most tourists,



Full day trips


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