The rest area

Municipal equipped area, free, obtained from a large parking lot, near the tennis club, always open.

Street address:

Piazzale della Libertà
– 47014 Meldola (Forlì-Cesena)


44.126835N , 12.07232E

All the services

Accesso gratuito

Free entry

Apertura annuale

Annual opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Free electricity connection

Carico Acqua

Free water load

Scarico acque reflue

wastewater discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Cassette emptying service

Fondo asfaltato

Paved Fund


Illuminated Area

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

More Info

The town, pleasant to visit, is organized on levels that run parallel to the Ronco river.

  • The great Venetian Bridge, which leads to the city, was built according to tradition during the short period of Venice’s government.
  • The Rocca, which dominates the city, was built before the year 1000. Recently the Municipality has started consolidation and restoration works.
  • Loggiato Aldobrandini, built in 1609 by the Aldobrandini family, overlooks the central Piazza Felice Orsini. The loggia is characterized by a long arched façade and by an architrave bearing stars and saw, heraldic motifs of the patrons. The square is closed by the elegant bulk of the Orsini Palace, built in the 18th century, once the home of noble families.
  • Along the central Via Roma, leaving the square, you will find the Church of S. Nicolò on the right, where the image of the Beata Vergine del Popolo, patron saint of the city, is preserved.
  • Half hidden behind the imposing Civic Tower (XVIII century), clearly visible from Piazza Orsini, there is a jewel in the panorama of the small theaters of the Province: the Dragoni Theater, named after the famous Meldolese musician who lived in the sixteenth century.
  • The long arches of the Pavaglione develop next to the theater, born in the nineteenth century as a space used as a silk cocoon market and transformed today into a place for meetings, exhibitions, fairs.
  • Other interesting sites to visit are: the Church of the Madonna del Sasso, from the 15th century, with a peculiar facade architecture; the Church of S. Francesco – in Baroque style – which preserves a precious crucifix from the Giotto school of Rimini.
  • In Meldola we recommend a visit to the Silkworm Museum, which can be visited by appointment. The museum itinerary allows you to learn about the silkworm breeding cycle, which was particularly flourishing in this locality, the work tools, the first silk fabrics produced in an artisanal way …


Natural Reserve of Scardavilla

Hermitage of Montepaolo and Grotta di S.Antonio

Rocca delle Caminate

Useful links

Municipality of Meldola

tel: +39 0543 499411

Pro Loco

Tourist guide

tel: +39 338 4778871

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