he highest and most rugged peaks of the Sibillini Mountains (Mt. Bove, Mt. San Vicino etc …) offer staggering views on valleys and wooded dells (Val di Panico, Valle dei Grilli, Valle Scurosa), on wooded plateaus and meadows extremely rich in flora and fauna (Prati di Ragnolo, Pian perduto, Montelago, etc …), on magical gorges cut by fast-flowing streams (Gola del Fiastrone, Gole di Pioraco, etc …).Come and see for yourself why we consider these places a little bit of heaven for climbers, trekkers, skiers and for wildlife observers!

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Pian dell’Elmo

At the foot of Mt. San Vicino, 13 kms far from Apiro, Pian dell'Elmo (1000 masl) is an enchanting village where tourists and locals meet in summertime. Here the landscape is wonderful and makes this location perfect for nature lovers and those who like peace and tranquillity.
Here unspoiled nature, forest trees and tranquillity reign. A first route goes into the depths of the forested track, walking among fir trees and on a rich underbrush variety, shelter for many animal species, climbing up to reach the cross on the top of the mountain. The view from up there is breathtaking.


Castelsantangelo sul Nera

The town

Castelsantangelo sul Nera is an enchanting mountain town on the border between the regions Marche and Umbria. It is located in the heart of the Monti Sibillini National Park that is to say in the heart of nature and magic.
The town, nestled at the foot of Mt. Cornaccione, is harmoniously surrounded by greenery and nature, in a picturesque, wild and extraordinary scenery.
Here you will be continually mesmerised by the sweetness of the landscape facing mighty city walls, gates, the city tower, Castelsantangelo's majestic Romanesque churches, which are treasure chests filled with precious Renaissance paintings and sculptures, the stunningly beautiful architecture of mansions in the old town, reminiscent of Castelsantangelo medieval splendor.

Mt. Prata ski resort

It is located in the Castelsantangelo sul Nera city area, at the foot of Mt. Prata.



Balcone delle Marche

Cingoli lies on the top of a mountain named Cingulum or Circe , at a height of 631 meters above sea level. Thanks to its panoramic position the city is commonly called the Balcony of Le Marche (in Italian Balcone delle Marche ).


Poggio San Vicino

Mt. San Vicino

Mt. San Vicino offers a stunning view all around from the top of the peak (1500 masl).



Caves on Mt. Grestaio

Around the middle of the 13th century, Bernard of Quintavalle sought refuge in these caves to escape persecution.