Goat cheeses

In mountain pastures sheep and goats are bred and many cheeses are produced. Their taste is particularly good because of the herbs used to feed the animals. Both fresh and aged cheeses are available and you can find excellent ricottas, primosale, and the famous marzoline, the cheese of spring when Read more…

Gustav Line

From Colle San Magno, following the Way of St. Benedict, you also cover the same road that the German troops did, who had their encampment in La Forma, to reach the front of Cassino. Along this route, remaining high up the mountains, you can still see the remains of the Read more…

Monte Cairo trekking

There are many trails that start from and arrive at Monte Cairo, with its famous beech woods close to the summit, and you can do countless hikes and walks that have as a starting point Colle San Magno. In addition to St Benedict’s Way, you can reach the summit of Read more…

Saint Benedict’s Way

Colle San Magno is the final stage of the Cammino di San Benedetto (Saint Benedict’s Way), the path that, from Norcia, passing through Subiaco, arrives at Montecassino where the saint founded the Abbey and gave birth to monasticism in Europe. The walking path from the village to the Abbey takes Read more…

Cantalupo

Cantalupo is one of the hamlets of Colle San Magno not far from the town centre. It is a medieval village that has unique characteristics: leaning against a slope it has vistas and alleys of particular charm.

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