The bike is a real passion for us and the Marecchia Valley is the perfect setting for riding on road bike and MTB. Directly from the hotel you will reach the real Romagna, among the wellknown roads where our hero Marco Pantani used to train before cycling races. The Oste del Castello – Wellnes & Bike Hotel Verucchio is the perfect place to live an authentic experience, not as tourist but mainly as a true guest who will be able to enjoy several services, conceived according the needs of those who have passion and practice this sport. Lorenzo, hotel owner and cyclist, will assist you and be at disposal to give any kind of advices you may need, from technical aspects to itineraries, local stories, etc… all information that make a difference during the whole stay. The hotel building is a restored 18th century abode , furnished with noble materials of Romagna region, built on a grid of tuff caves and small galleries you can admire here; by walking across this internal passages you can easily reach the Restaurant “Al Mastin Vecchio” and “The Grotta del Benessere”. Our hotel offer a direct contact between history and nature, by giving unique sensations that capture the mood of the guests: the bird twittering in the valley, the shy clock stroke and the soothing hum of the village coming from in the nearby main square. At a short distance there is also an archeological area where it was discovered a necropolis full of extraordinary and unique finds dating from Etruscan Period.
We are located in Emilia Romagna, region bordered by Veneto and the beautiful cities of Venice and Padua to the North, and by Tuscany, Umbria and Marche to the South, offering charming cities such as Florence, Perugia, Assisi and Urbino.
We are characterised by a concentration of adrenaline, traditions and typical cuisine, captured in the most beautiful tours that touch sites on the Adriatic coast such as Cesenatico, the land of Pantani, and reach all the way to Ferrara and Ravenna, cities of art and history, passing through rugged ascents such as those of Cippo and Carpegna, or the Cimone in Modena.