In the heart of the Po Valley, between the rivers Secchia and Panaro and between the cities of Bologna and Reggio Emilia, Modena is, Emilian city that stretches over an area of just over 183 km square in which they reside more than 185,000 inhabitants.

Modena and its province have developed in the area between the ridge of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Po valley to the right of the Po, in a scenario that encompasses very different landscapes, from 2165 meters of Mount Cimon to the fertile flatlands.

Ancient villages, famous tourist destinations in winter, countries famous for the cultivation of typical food products and industry and centers of excellence are some of the charms of this province of Emilia by the noble culinary tradition and the engines roaring, enchanting both in the capital and in its municipalities.

Maranello and Fiorano Modenese cities are the engines, while the calm reigns in Nonantola where there is the Abbey of St. Sylvester and Castelvetro di Modena, a charming village that brings us back to the Middle Ages.
Vignola is the home of cherries, Castelnuovo Rangone protagonists are pigs who donate the meat to the famous sausages from Modena and Castelfranco reigns tortellini.

Modena Apennines are many ancient villages rich in monuments to visit, as Fanano and Fiumalbo, resorts and equipped with modern facilities for mountain lovers, we Sestola.