i sensi danno vita alle emozioni ...

le emozioni danno senso alla vita ...

e noi vogliamo risvegliare i tuoi sensi.


The Room & Breakfast accommodation “Borgo dei Sensi” is an oasis of peace and tranquillity set in the countryside between the provinces of Ferrara, Bologna and Modena.

It is an ideal retreat for couples who want to spend time together in private, to relax in the swimming pool and to sunbathe.

A pleasurable massage will be able to stimulate every part of the body and the spirit.

We are centrally located with respect to numerous cities of art and surrounded by beautiful countryside. It is also perfectly located for those who wish to attend the numerous cultural and gastronomic events in the area.


Borgo dei sensi

Via Ex dogana 131 – Casumaro (Fe) Italy

Tel.: +39 338 7058606

Tel.: +39 348 7928 385

@ info.borgodeisensi@gmail.com





Mysterious, ethereal, fascinating, simple but exuberant. Luxurious sensuality

The room was inspired by the famous comic book character. The spirit of adventure that distinguishes her is encapsulated in the furnishings and on the walls of the room, designed to make you recall and relive the emotions of those adventures.

Prices – Packages

Room prices per night (including breakfast)

Valentina double room/single use         50 euro/night

Valentina double room/twin use            80 euro/night

Dylan double room/single use                50 euro/night

Dylan double room/twin use                   70 euro/night

Eva double room/single use                    50 euro/night

Eva double room/twin use                       70 euro/notte


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Sorrounding area

  • S. Agostino


    The “Bosco della Panfilia” (Panfilia wood) is one of the few lowland forests found in Emilia-Romagna. It is located in the municipality of Sant’Agostino on the border between the provinces of Ferrara and Bologna, in a large bend of the flood plain on the left bank of the Reno River. It covers an area of 81 hectares, 50 hectares of which consist of natural forest; 28 hectares are the result of a reforestation program that started in the early 1980s, during which native tree species were planted, and three hectares of avenues and drainage ditches. It is bounded to the west by the Cavo Napoleonico (artificial channel), to the north by the town of Sant’Agostino, by the countryside surrounding Poggio Renatico to the east and by the riverbed of the Reno River to the south (which marks the boundary between the provinces of Ferrara and Bologna). The Emilia Romagna Canal passes under the eastern edge of the wood and the river.

  • Bologna


    An ancient university town and the home of many students who animate its cultural and social life. It is famous for its towers and long arcades (porticos) and has a well-preserved historical centre, which is one of the largest in Italy.

    It is a prestigious cultural, economic and political centre and has one of the most advanced trade fair districts in Europe. In the year 2000 it was nominated the “European Capital of Culture” and in 2006 was listed as the “City of Music” by UNESCO. The city of Bologna was also selected, together with another forty cities from all over the world, to take part in the Shanghai World Expo in 2010.

    The city has countless basilicas, churches, squares and museums. It is also the home to many international companies (Ducati, Lamborghini etc.). There are also a number of nearby towns in which you can taste the culinary delights of the area.



  • Ferrara


    FERRARA (20 Km.)

    An extraordinary city in which the charm and atmosphere of its past splendour have been preserved over time and which blends perfectly with todays’ vibrant culture.

    Ferrara was first listed as a World Heritage site, entitled the “City of the Renaissance”, by UNESCO in 1995. Then, in 1999 it received further recognition for its “Po Delta” and its Delizie Estensi. Ferrara is also one of the three provincial capitals (together with Lucca and Grosseto) whose historical centre has remained almost completely encircled by walls, the original appearance of which has remained virtually unchanged over the centuries.

    Places to visit:

    – Castello Estense

    – Palazzo dei Diamanti

    – Museo Archeologico Nazionale

    – Casa Romei

    – Palazzo Schifanoia


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