The little village of Calestano is near Baganza stream.
Nowadays, Calestano is a small commercial and industrial centre. The old centre, however, with its stone buildings from the 15 - 18th centuries, are a testimony to the long history of the town. The village is along the "Strada del Prosciutto e dei vini dei colli" (Parma ham and wines from the hills road).
Coruzzi Palace, the Church of San Lorenzo and the Archaeological Museum are worth visiting.
Particularly famous for the black truffle of Fragno, every year Calestano hosts an important fair dedicated to the perfumed tuber.
Fiera del Tartufo Nero di Fragno in October-November, particularly famous for the black truffle of the small town of Fragno, Calestano hosts an important fair dedicated to it every year.
Not far from Calestano, in Chiastre di Ravarano, there is a nature walk designed to admire the suggestive Salti del Diavolo, rocky spiers and arenaceous towers whose formation dates back to 80 million years ago.