Published on : Thursday, May 26, 2016
Travellers can discover a whole host of activities such as walking, cycling, as well as enjoying the region’s splendid food and wine.
It is hoped the guide will promote Italy’s developing eco-friendly holiday trade and ensure visitors get to see the real Italy.
According to the guide’s producers, Best of Romagna, the guide has a wealth of information contained within its 41 pages.
“All this is set in a part of Italy between Venice and Florence in a beautiful area no bigger than Wales, Flanders or New York State. And it’s all very, very green. Plus there are lots of independent hoteliers offering serious food combined with safe beach holidays,” explained the authors.