Ca' de' Gatti Agritourism

 

The Ca' de' Gatti agritourism is set in an elegant 11th century country house, located close to the city center, but surrounded by nature in the outskirts of Faenza (Ravenna), in the Emilia-Romagna region.

In the year 883 the place was actually called Gorgognano and it took its present name only in 1623, when it was purchased by the family Gatti (i.e. “Cats”, as the literal translation of the name is “House of the Cats”). The Tini family owns this farmhouse since 1936 and they turned it into an agritourism in ’98, wanting to share both the local products (you can find homemade jams, olive oil, fine wines and season fruit) and the wonderful views of the hills between Faenza and Brisighella.

Its panoramic position also allows the visitors to admire the Tower of Oriolo (sec. XV), the Castle of Monte Poggiolo and, on clear days, the Adriatic coast from Ravenna to Cesenatico.