Fettuccine Festival

In the small town of Collepardo, the center of herbal medicine in Italy, in August we celebrate one of the traditional dishes: fettuccine. Two days of partying to animate the streets of the village with food and wine tastings with the queen of first courses. Fettuccine are strictly hand-made and Read more…

Saltarello, dance of life

Saltarello is life. It is a dance of life, of liberation, of challenge. Saltarello contains a world of messages, proposals, waste, gambling, outburst, union and jealousy. Saltarello is an ancient dance. They danced almost always outdoors, on the farmyards, after intense working days in the harvest, in the wheat harvest Read more…

The Collepardo Caves

The caves are called “Bambocci” Caves but also known by the name of “Grotte Regina Margherita”, following the visit of the sovereign in 1904. The spectacle of stalactites and stalagmites has a unique charm due to the singularity of their forms. In the Collepardo caves evidence has been found of Read more…

Certosa di Trisulti

The Certosa (in French: Chartreuse) is a monastery, a national monument since 1873, that was initially managed by the Carthusian monks of San Bruno and later by the Cistercians.  It was built as the Trisulti castle around the year one thousand in ernica stone, the Gothic arches are still visible Read more…

Guide of Collepardo

The town of Collepardo is on an area affected by a significant karst activity characterized by deep gorges of the river Cosa, the caves of Bambocci and the great chasm of Pozzo d’Antullo. According to the German historian Febronio, here the Centaur Chiron had his “Garden” where he cultivated his Read more…

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