In addition to the numerous medieval villages, the territory offers countless areas of interest in terms of nature and landscapes, which can be easily visited on daily excursions. You can also explore the traditional wineries of the region, which have a robust food and wine vocation of quality, and where you can also buy your favourite labels.
Monte Vettore is the highest peak of the Sibillini Mountains. From the top, one may take in a vast panorama, especially on clear days when the Adriatic Sea is visible to the east. To reach the top, there are numerous and evocative trekking paths of varying levels of difficulty, punctuated by special refuges.
The Lago di Pilato (a one-hour walk from Monte Vettore) is the only lake with natural origins within Le Marche region, originating from the glacier that forms in the colder seasons.
The Gole dell’Infernaccio are natural gorges formed by the Tenna river. These are located in the municipality of Montefortino in the Sibillini Mountains national park and are among the most haunting gorges of the Umbrian-Marche Apennines. The path that leads to the Hermitage is initially quite easy before rapidly descending into the valley, passing from the slopes until reaching the first springs and the river Tenna, which carves into the rocks below. The gorges of the Infernaccio are an important location for excursions and walks, especially due to the respite they offer during the summer.
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