Conveniently nestled on the hills of the Romagna hinterland, this magnificent medieval village has become famous for many aspects: the romanticism of its alleys, the poetry of its architecture, the fame of its events, the peculiarity of its food and wine offer.
Every moment of the year is an opportunity to plan a visit to the town and enjoy its places. Lying on a soft hill, called Colle di Giove, the typical structure of the fortified medieval village that characterizes it is still recognizable today.
Monte Giove is crossed by a dense network of mysterious tufaceous caves notable for their architectural beauty on whose origins and uses the debate is still open. Some claim that they served as cellars, others instead that they were places of worship. Today, some of these caves are open to visitors.