Panarda Festival

During the celebrations of the Assumption and St. Rocco, there is the Festival of Panarda which consists in cooking and distribution of bread and chickpeas to the citizens, foreigners and tourists. In the early days of August several quintals (about 100 kilograms per quintal) of chickpeas are cleaned so that, Read more…

Festival of Polenta

From 1643 in Villa Santo Stefano the festival to “Feed a host of people” with a hot plate of polenta occurs on the occasion of the Festival of St. Sebastian. On a Sunday in January in the streets are lit traditional fires for cooking polenta, peasant food par excellence that Read more…

Monte Siserno

The hike to the summit of Mount Siserno is an exciting journey where one meets beautiful nature with its main essences: myrtle, mushrooms, olive trees, pine forests. There are pastures of cattle, buffaloes, horses and each person can make for themselves ‘geological discoveries’ observing the ancient shellfish fossils trapped in Read more…

Church of St. John

The church of St John is a very old church located in the countryside and is currently abandoned. It consists of two churches: a larger dedicated Evangelist John, who stands on a pagan sanctuary and a smaller one built in the fifteenth century and dedicated to John the Baptist.  

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