The most gorgeous waterfalls #inEmiliaRomagna

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The most gorgeous waterfalls #inEmiliaRomagna


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Spring has come here in Emilia-Romagna: long days and warm rays of sun are back!
There’s no better way to celebrate the most poetic season than a walk in the countryside, looking for a corner of peace and relaxation. That’s why today we’re showing you some of the most beautiful waterfalls hidden among the Apennines of Emilia-Romagna.


Perino Waterfalls - Piacenza

The Perino Waterfalls, near the Mill of Rie’, are composed of a series of waterfalls of varying height, from 3 to 5 mt. They can easily be reached from the Church of Calenzano with a 1-hour trekking path.
For those who love climbing, it is also possible to climb on the rocks around the waterfall.

Perino Waterfalls | Ph. @pippo_consonni

Perino Waterfalls | Ph. @pippo_consonni


Cucù Waterfall - Piacenza

The Cucù’s fall, in Val d’Aveto, is a very special waterfall. It can be reached through a path carved into the rock behind it! The excursion, short and suitable for everyone, starts from Santo Stefano d’Aveto and provides a height of 50 mt with a downward and upward return. Once you get there, have a sip of Cucù’s freshwater spring!

Cucù Waterfall | Ph. GiamesPhoto

Cucù Waterfall | Ph. @GiamesPhoto


Lavacchiello Waterfalls - Reggio Emilia

In the Ozola Valley, in the Upper Appennino Reggiano, the melting snow produces the stunning Lavacchiello Waterfalls. The route to get there offers numerous viewpoints: there’s a landscape, for example, that includes five waterfalls: two of them are on the Lavacchiello river and three on the other front, Fosso Lama Cavalli.

Lavacchiello Waterfalls | Ph. David Morelli

Lavacchiello Waterfalls | Ph. @DavidMorelli


Golfarone Waterfall - Reggio Emilia

This suggestive waterfall is located in a little-known corner of Val d’Asta, on the Appennines of Reggio Emilia, and can be reached via a 500 mt long path that starts from Civago.
Along the Secchiello stream, the water has formed a waterfall of 15 mt of height, followed by many hops that have created small shallow crystalline pools.

Golfarone Waterfall | Ph. bad_lyricist

Golfarone Waterfall | Ph. @bad_lyricist


Bucamante Waterfalls - Modena

The Bucamante Waterfalls in Serramazzoni are created by the homonymous stream that originates from the Monfestino. This stream takes its name from the legend of two young lovers, the court lady Odina and the pastor Titiro, who, due to their challenged love, decided to throw themselves into the stream.
The falls can easily be reached from Granarolo through a panoramic path that runs along the stream.

Bucamante Waterfalls | Ph. MaijaCelmina

Bucamante Waterfalls | Ph. @MaijaCelmina


Dardagna’s Waterfall - Bologna

The Dardagna Waterfalls are situated in the natural park of Corno alle Scale. They are formed by the Dardagna torrent which, descending from Monte Spigolino, creates numerous and spectacular leaps: within a few kilometers, the water exceeds a difference in height of over 250 meters with repeated jumps, the first and highest of which is 30 meters.
The falls are easily reachable with an evocative circular route between into the woods, which starts from the sanctuary of Madonna dell’Acero.

Dardagna Waterfalls | Ph. @CarminedeSimone

Dardagna Waterfalls | Ph. @CarminedeSimone


Acquacheta Waterfalls - Forlì-Cesena

The Acquacheta Waterfalls, which has become famous for being mentioned by Dante, is located in the Montone Valley, within the natural park of the Foreste Casentinesi. The falls are surrounded by a forest of oaks, chestnuts and beech trees, and this beautiful waterfalls gives life to a jump of 90 meters.
The route starts from San Benedetto in Alpe and is a two hours walk.

Acquacheta Waterfalls | Ph. @teskiaz

Acquacheta Waterfalls | Ph. @teskiaz


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