"Valle dei Cavalieri" Farm Holidays Visitor Center in Succiso

Via Caduti XXV Novembre, 46
42030 Ramiseto (RE) | View on Map
Municipality: Ventasso

Tel. 0522/892346
E-mail: info@valledeicavalieri.it
Web: www.valledeicavalieri.it

The holiday farm is 1,000 meters above sea level in the village of Succiso, at the foot of the actual Alps which rise to 2,017 meters.
The guest accommodation is in a log building and consists of six bedrooms with bathrooms, a small market selling local products, and a restaurant with a bar. Adjoining the building is a large hall which houses the Park's Visitor Centre, an information desk where you can consult archives and research local history.

Visitors coming to the visitor center feel at home thanks to a particularly cosy atmosphere. The restaurant and the kitchen offer the typical dishes of Reggio Emilia prepared with lamb, mushrooms, game and the typical "tortelli" stuffed with ricotta cheese and edible herbs. It is the departure point of visits and hikes towards the most fascinating mountain in the park: the Succiso Alp, that with its 2,000 m of forests, glacial valleys and rocks represents the real Apennine Mountain. The holiday farm makes ten indoor horse stalls and an outdoor paddock, as well as the mountain bike, snowshoes and nordic walking equipment rental service available to its guests. The cooperative association managing the farm also produces the very good Pecorino cheese from Succiso, according to the policy document "Pecorino Reggiano DOP".

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