The house is located in collnine the lands of Matilda , connoted by the profile of the castles and the presence of ancient churches and historic villages , represent a vast area , mostly hilly , in which the civilization of the Middle Ages is still readable in the marks left in the area and in which even the material civilization and food traditions have preserved a strong bond with the story. The lands of Matilda are one of the most fascinating constituents in the region of Emilia, confirming over the years as a place of attraction for tourism and international level. The traditions of Matilda , reiterated in striking manifestations in costume, have cemented a common identity that , in fact, that you recognize in the story of the Great Countess , when European history had placed on these hills its most beautiful scenery, at the turn of the centuries XI and XII.
Montalto and a particularly interesting from a historical point of view due to the presence of the remains of the castle Matilda , still visible on the top of the hill , the bell tower of the old church was demolished in 1959 due to problems of static nature and rural villages with interesting buildings .
A record that deserves to be specially mentioned the highest concentration of tower houses per unit area in the hills of Reggio . A "land towered" , then, that has few parallels in the Emilia Romagna area . Riolo medieval village characterized by the presence of some buildings of ancient origin ( a tower house with dovecote summit attributable to the seventeenth century . ) And a pretty well to cover cuspidata .
These wells , usually made of stone and culminating with a ball auspicious , are also visible in the Vindé .
Innmersa The house is located in a park where there are two oak trees, and suitable for those who want to escape from everyday stress , in the area there are several quaint restaurants