Dozza is one of the most fascinating medieval villages in Italy, located in the Romagna Apennines among breathtaking landscapes, ancient colored walls, painted by artists from all over the world and endless expanses of vineyards that produce excellent wine every year. It is an ancient Sforza citadel located on the hills south-west of Imola, only 6 kilometers away from the latter, easily accessible by car. Dozza is an excellent place for those who love history, art and above all wine products, with excellence in the taste sector such as the Emilia Romagna Regional Enoteca.
Rich in events and themed festivals, it is an excellent location surrounded by nature, for those who wish to spend a quiet day among art, history and delicious food and wine and wine products.
The best time to visit Dozza is certainly from May to September, with participation in events such as the Wine Festival and the New Biennial of the Painted Wall. Even in the winter season, it has its own unique charm. Walk through the small streets of the village, sip hot wine and munch on toasted chestnuts and observe the colorful and artistic murals that are reflected in the snow. Dozza is a real cure-all for the eyes, and not only, even in winter.