The Territory

Do you know the undulating panorama of Chianti or Langhe?

Take and move it between the Po and the Apennines, and here behind Piacenza starts a landscape along a dream. 

In this corner of land cut out between rivers and hills, you will find the Colli Piacentini.

Medieval Villages, Towers, Abbeys, Romanesque Pievi and Authentic Flavors ...

Horse riding - Hunting - Kitchen - Wines - Excursions -  Golf

There are several horse riding centers, 2 golf courses, wildlife reserves, cycling routes and relaxation opportunities. The hills of Piacentine are also famous for their natural beauty, also for the numerous castles and cultural and food and wine routes. The tastings typical of the area are: tortelli, pisarei, fasò, anolini and grandmother's grandchildren. Among the cured meats, the typical pizza cup and salami. The native wines are Gutturnio, Barbera, Bonarda, Ortugo and Malvasia and are one of the many resources of interest in the area

Horse riding

Horse riding Inside the Borgo there is a wonderful equestrian center where you can bring your own horses, ride those of the stable, sign up for a riding course.

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In the same location there is the opportunity to hunt in
Farming Company Venatoria Rezzanello
Tel. +39 0523 976661


Gastronomy Piacenza has several typical dishes that over time have become well-known outside the province, such as pisarei and fasš and tortellini in piacentina (with tails, or closed "candy" according to town, squares in the province).
A bartender of gastronomy Piacenza is the salami of which the three most famous, marked by the DOP brand, are the Piacenza salami, the Piacenza cup and the Piacenza bacon. Piacenza is the only Italian province to include three DOP salumi. Other Not Marked D.O.P. I am the mariola (big and short salame), the salame gentle and the lard which, beaten (pistŠ d'gras), is also used as an ingredient in several dishes.


Very viticultural in Piacentino is also viticulture, which brings to the province of Piacenza a wide reputation in the field of enology. In fact, there are several wines produced on the Piacenza hills, including white wines such as: Malvasia, Ortrugo, Trebbianino Val Trebbia; and red wines such as: Bonarda, Gutturnio and Barbera, and others, who have been awarded the DOC wines recognition.

The DOC wines of the Consortium Colli Piacentini are 21: Gutturnio, Gutturnio Classic, Gutturnio Superiore, Gutturnio Riserva, Barbera, Bonarda, Sparkling Bonera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Ortrugo, Trebbianino Val Trebbia, Monterosso Val d'Arda, Malvasia, Sauvignon , Val Nure, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Pinot VSQPRD, Vin Santo, Vin Santo of Vigoleno, Novello.


Between the hills and the valleys of Piacenza, along the Wine Route and the Flavors, we suggest a short exploration of the many castles and remote villages that delimit the Pugnell Hills. Within a few kilometers you will notice the castles of Statto, Rivalta Monticello, Rezzanello, Momeliano and the castle of Gropparello. Do not miss Bobbio, Castell'Arquato, Grazzano Visconti, Cortemaggiore, Rivalta in Trebbia, Sarmato, Velleia, Vigoleno.
Its valleys
Val Tidone, Val Nure, Val Trebbia, Val d'Arda, Val d'Aveto.


Croara Country Club
Loc. Croara Nuova of Gazzola
29010 Gazzola - Piacenza
Phone: +39 0523 977105
Fax: 0523-977100
Golf Club Castello La Bastardina
Street: Strada Bastardina,
29010 Agazzano
Tel. +39 0523 975373