Civitella di Romagna: built in a strategic position there is the fortress dating back to 1100, characterized by its neo-Gothic tower. The village is perched on the spur that overlooks the Bidente and keeps the medieval urban layout unchanged. Prominent structure is the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of Suasia.
Galeata: it was a Roman town hall in the Republican era (AC) with the name of Mevaniola and still has a splendid Archaeological Museum (Mambrini). Palazzo del Re was the hunting palace of Theodoric king of the Goths who according to legend met the abbot Ellero in Galeata and converted to Christianity. It also offers a series of interesting works: the Abbey of S. Ellero, the Renaissance church of S. Maria dei Miracoli and the Borgo di Pianetto
Cusercoli: dating back to Roman times, it is characterized by the imposing structure of the medieval castle, conceived as a defensive barrier of the upper Bidentine valley.
S.Sofia: it has been a frontier city for millennia starting from the Etruscans up to the unification of Italy. Formerly part of the Tuscan state, it maintains influences from that era in its structures.
Parco delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona and Campigna: these are other wonders to visit. Made up of 38,000 hectares of woods, they are a fundamental ecosystem for ecological protection. Fresh streams and suggestive waterfalls cross these extensive forests where spruce and columnar beech trees rise. The fauna is rich in ungulates (deer, fallow deer, roe deer), but also of wolves and golden eagles. Also there is the Ridracoli dam, a colossal work of the Italian engineering, which allows the water supply of the whole Romagna. It is a reinforced concrete barrier capable of containing 33 million metric cubes of pure water and capable of ensuring drinking water for neighboring municipalities and the entire Adriatic coast.