Chestnut Festival

During the first weekend of November one of the most nutritious fruits of the forest is celebrated, one that for centuries has been the staple food of rural populations. The alleys of the old town and its traditional taverns come alive by promoting the local culture and traditions of the Read more…

The Company of Zanni

“The Company of Zanni” was born to restore and enhance the rich heritage of satires, fables and folk songs. The company proposed the popular dance of Saltarella and entertained the audience with scenes in dialect, about country and country life, that feature “Tuttopera”, a friendly and bizarre farmer. Its name Read more…

Val de Varri Caves  

The Val de’Varri Caves are a complex of caves that develop at the base of Mount Sant’Angelo and are also known as “sinkhole of Val de’ Varri”. Along the operating left branch you come to a room with archaeological remains of the Middle Bronze Age. numerous ceramic fragments were recovered, Read more…

Suna

The ancient city of Equa Suna was located in a strategic point of passage (precisely “seasonal stock movement”) of ancient peoples (Pelasgians, Equi and Romans). The archaeological ruins at the foot of Monte Fratta, with the ruins of a temple dedicated to Mars, testify to this story. The construction techniques Read more…

Nersae

On top of the hill it is one of the most important archaeological sites in the Valley del Salto. The site is enclosed by a stretch of the fourth century BC cyclopean walls that surround the area of ​​the Acropolis with the sacred temple of Nersia, the capital of the Read more…

Castle of Macchiatimone

In the small area of Pace is the Macchiatimone castle, one of the most relevant that overlooks the gorges of the river Salto. The first information dates back to the twelfth century, when Gentile Vetulo was its feudal lord and it was part of the Kingdom of Naples. Towards the Read more…

Guide of Pescorocchiano

Pescorocchiano is located in the mountains of Abruzzo in the inner area that has an important ancient history. In Val de’ Varri cave paintings and traces of human presence dating back to the Bronze Age have been found. Some artifacts and remains of the IV-II century BC pottery were also Read more…

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