San Secondo Parmense

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 The village is in the lowland of Parma and it is about 11 km from the Po river.

Why visit it

Important agricultural centre of ancient origin along the Strada del Culatello, it was the domain and the official residence of the Rossi counts and marquis until 1817.

Don't miss

Places of interest include the Rossi Castle which dates back to the mid 15th C and was commissioned by Pier Maria Rossi II (Il Magnifico) in the first half of the 15th century, largely damaged at the end of the same century and rebuilt in the early 16th century, in Renaissance style.

Other museums and monuments: the Olive Oil Museum Orsi Coppini, one of the regional food museums, the Church of the Annunciation, the Oratory of the Serraglio and the parish church of San Genasio, the oldest Romanesque building in the Parma lowlands.

On the table

San Secondo is famous also for gastronomy, in particular for the typical Spalla and the Fortana wine.

Significant appointments

The Fortanina and Spalla Cotta fair, a modern reinterpretation of the millenary August fair.

Arte e suggestioni in Rocca, guided art tour by night in the Castle.

Palio delle Contrade, traditional event that brings the historical procession, musicians, flag-wavers and banquets to the village.

Information offices

UIT San Secondo Parmense
via Felice Cavallotti, 18 - San Secondo Parmense (PR)
+39 0521 873214 + 39 347 4485947 Opening: all year round

Last update 14/03/2024

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