Salvarola Terme and Sassuolo

Historical and cultural splendours

Salvarola Terme sits on the hills 3 km from Sassuolo, undisputed capital of the ceramic district, a chest filled with treasures and pleasures, surrounded by gently rolling hills and crowned by ancient forts and atmospheric castles.

The town unveils its wonders to visitors, starting with the Ducal Palace, a gem of baroque architecture and the holiday home of Duke Francesco d’Este. Its interiors greet visitors with magnificent frescoes and decorations created by outstanding baroque artists. Those with a passion for speed must not miss the nearby town of Maranello, home of the legendary Ferrari, easily reached from Terme di Salvarola.


Sassuolo - Fiorano modenese - Formigine
Piazzale Avanzini - Paggeria Nuova
41049 Sassuolo
Tel. +39 0536 1844853
Fax +39 0536 805527
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Not to be missed

Ducal Palace of Sassuolo - Salse di Nirano nature reserve - Park and courtyard of the Castle of Montegibbio - Spezzano Castle and the Ceramic Museum - the Ferrari Gallery - the Formigine Castle and historic homes.


28 and 29 March 2009: Concours d’elegance Salvarola Terme Trophy. Prestigious event dedicated to vintage and contemporary cars.
9 April 2009: The Tiramolla Fair, featuring “Tiramolla”, sugar and honey sweets made on Maundy Thursday.
18/19/20 September 2009: Festivalfilosofia, exhibitions, lectures, performances on the theme of “Community”.
Every Sunday in October: October Fairs, shows, markets, exhibitions and concerts.

Good Food

Traditionally eaten on Maundy Thursday during the fair of the same name, Tiramolla are delicious sugar and honey sweets. Other traditional products include: Parmigiano- Reggiano, traditional Modena balsamic vinegar, Lambrusco wine and Nocino and Sassolino liqueurs.


Ideal for amateur cyclists - the cycle path that stretches from Modena and Rubiera as far as Sassuolo.

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