The historical village of Varignana, on the gentle Emilian headland, overlooks what was once the ancient Roman city of Claterna, where today it is possible to
admire important still-visible archaeological finds
, such as a Domus and mosaics.
The most ancient architectural monument in Varignana is undoubtedly the Romanesque Crypt of San Lorenzo. Dating back to the 9th-10th century
, with massive rocks in the internal walls and precious capitals with eight columns, each entirely different, it is dominated by an ancient tower, the symbol of the village.
Palazzo di Varignana is a unique destination not only for the many activities offered within the 20 acres of private parkland, but especially for its strategic position to organize half-day or even full-day tours in some of the cities considered as the most beautiful in Italy, such as Florence or Ferrara. Or discover the gastronomic treasures of this area visiting wineries and cheese factories
or the Italian car excellences like Lamborghini, Maserati, Ferrari
and, last but not least, enjoy a beach day at the Adriatic Riviera.