SANTARCANGELO DI ROMAGNA
The village rises on a hill called Monte Giove, perhaps to remember the Roman period of which the town preserves many historical finds.
Going up to the upper part of the city, step by step, you can see the cobblestones of the streets.
Its structure is characterized by a fortification typical of medieval plants.
Narrow alleys overlooking small squares are intertwined with noble palaces and houses perched one on the other.
The romantic side of the village is hidden in the many poems installed on the walls that line the streets.
There are several monuments to visit:
-Campo della Fiera,
large well-kept park, great for a stop with children.
where in the center there is a triumphal arch, "Arco dei Becchi", the gateway to the village.
-Campanone di Santarcangelo,
is the symbol of the city of art along with the triumphal arch.
symbol of the power of the Malatesta, ancient Romagna family.
Today is a private residence open to the public only the first weekend of the month
The village also awaits you with "Santarcangelo Festival", one of the most important Italian festivals dedicated to contemporary theater, dance and performing arts.