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In this section you can find some of the tourist destinations in the Sibillini Mountains National Park and Surroundings
L’infernaccio
The Infernaccio gorge is perhaps the most famous and sought-after naturalistic destination of the Sibillini. These are the natural gorges formed by the river Tenna, located between Mount Priora and the Sibilla. From this place rich in history and legends there are many more or less demanding paths such as the one to reach the Rio waterfall, the Hermitage of San Leonardo and Capotenna.
La Sibilla
The Sibyl is the mountain from which the Sibillini Park takes its name, the most famous and perhaps the most visited for the beauty of the panorama that can be enjoyed from up there. With its 2,173 meters it is not the highest relief of the Sibillini, but undoubtedly it is the most full of suggestions, myths and legends, linked for centuries to the figure of the Sibyl.
Santuario Madonna dell’Ambro
The seventeenth-century sanctuary, of ancient foundation dating back to the eleventh century, stands next to the Ambro stream and is one of the oldest and most visited sanctuaries in the Marches, a pilgrimage destination, nestled between the Priora massif (2332 meters) and Castel Manardo (1917 mt.). It was wanted following the miracle of the apparition of the Madonna to a shepherdess mute from birth, who regained the word.
Lago di Pilato
Every time you go up to Lake Pilato it is as if it were the first time … We leave early in the morning to reach the small hamlet of Foce di Montemonaco starting to walk up the Piano della Gardosa, the stinging breeze on the face and the first rays of light on the valley, on the woods and on the rock walls give a good feeling. Emotion and effort accompany you on the climb of the “turns” …

Castelluccio di Norcia

It is a small village at 1450 meters, in the municipality of Norcia. The plateau of the same name, a spectacular flat expanse that stretches for 80 km, surrounded by mountains, is famous throughout the world for the flowering that occurs in late June and early July and for the tasty lentils that are grown there. Distance by car: 45 minutes.
Recommended to see!

Montemonaco
Our small town rises at 988 meters above sea level. and it is the second largest municipality in the Marche region for altitude. It is so called because, on this hill, the Benedictine monks, the first colonizers of our mountain areas, had found refuge and solitude. Towards the end of the 13th century, the small feudal lords of the various rural centers became a free municipality and chose a central point as their capital …
Montefortino
The pretty village of Montefortino is perched on a hill 640 meters above sea level, in the presence of the Sibillini. Built of ancient and beautiful stone and brick houses that give it a very suggestive medieval character. The renaissance Palazzo Leopardi in the heart of the historic center
Amandola
It has recently received the Orange Flag from the Italian Touring Club for its historical and cultural beauties and for the significant landscape that characterize it. This characteristic village, east gate of access to the Sibillini Park, is located 500 m. s.l.m. and rests on three hills of the upper Tenna valley in a wonderful natural setting. The historic center, which is accessed via a crenellated door …
Ascoli Piceno
The city of 100 towers is one of the most admired cities in Italy, for its artistic and architectural wealth. Its historic center is built almost entirely in travertine …
Adriatic Coast
The towns of the Adriatic coast such as Porto San Giorgio and San Benedetto del Tronto. Distance by car: h. 1.00.