Roncofreddo is a small hilly village placed to guard the high valley of the Rubicon, in the middle of a vast municipal territory, a few kilometers from the nearby Cesena.
The historic center has two religious buildings of some importance: the Oratory of Our Lady of Mercy and the Parish Church of St. Biagio, dating back to the eighteenth century, but extensively restored, where there is a wooden crucifix and two canvases by the painter Antonio Cimatori known as Visacci (1560-1623), depicting the Annunciation and St. Francesca Romana.
Of particular historical interest is also Rubicone '44 - Museum of the Front, a World War II themed museum set up, open on the second Sunday of each month and for the occasion of the following events: Pea Festival, Small Autumn Fair, XXV April, Feast of Our Lady of Grappa.
Roncofreddo is on the eastern edge of an incredibly wild area, where nature overflows in the valleys and gorges furrowed by streams and creeks (one of these sites is sinisterly known as Gorgoscuro, or dark gorge).
Here you can go hiking and mountain biking to enjoy the nature of Romagna.
The territory of the municipality of Roncofreddo is very large and includes many hamlets: do not miss a visit to Monteleone, a town awarded the orange flag.
Other interesting places, characterized by exceptional viewpoints, where you can stop for a meal, are Santa Paola, Sorrivoli and Montecodruzzo.