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What to do and see in Castelraimondo

Borgo Lanciano is lucky enough to be located in a special place, plunged into the greenery of Marche and far from the hustle and bustle of the city. The right place to regenerate oneself allowing some time for one's own well-being and passions.

We are far from the city, but close to places of unparalleled beauty.
If you wish, we will let you discover how rich the places surroundings us are, suggesting what to do and see in Castelraimondo, Macerata and in our beloved Marche.

What kind of traveller are you? Whatever your interests, tastes and passions here you'll find interesting ideas for your holidays in Borgo Lanciano.

Pristine nature

Located in the heart of Italy, the Monti Sibillini National Park fascinates visitors not only for its huge natural wealth, but also for the magic, the mystery and the many legends linked to the Sibilla Cave and Lago di Pilato, which have inspired numerous poets of international renown and attracted visitors for several centuries.

The Gola della Rossa Regional Park is also known as “the green heart of Marche”: it always leaves visitors breathless. Over 10 thousand hectares of flora and fauna shell the gorge and the underlying Frasassi Caves, among the largest, most fascinating and majestic caves in Europe. Canoeing, kayaking, rafting, gliding flight, caving and canyoning are just some of the sports practiced within the great natural wealth of Marche. However, nature also offers ample space for cycling, golf and horse riding.

Art, culture and tradition

The rich hinterland of Marche is dotted with prestigious recognitions such as Orange Flags, Borghi Autentici (Authentic Villages) and Green Flag, including Cingoli, Offida, Offagna, Sarnano, Treia and many more. Larger centers like Fabriano also have a story to tell: here the tradition of paper masters has been transmitted for centuries, faithfully reproducing the paper production process at the Paper and Watermark Museum. Let’s not forget Tolentino, with its imposing Basilica of San Nicola, and San Severino Marche, historically at the center of important communication routes and the cradle of numerous civilizations, from the Paleolithic, Picene and Roman eras to the present day.

The area around Camerino is also full of castles and fortresses dating back to the period between 1200 and 1700, many of which were built by the Varano Family: the Castles of Lanciano, 600 meters from Borgo Lanciano, also known as “female castle”, because besides being Giovanna Malatesta’s private castle, it has often been owned by women over the centuries and owes its present look to one of the last owners, Countess Giustiniani-Bandini, to whom the history of Borgo Lanciano itself is linked.

Spirituality and faith

Marche: the land of saints, popes, abbeys, monasteries and hermitages. The itineraries of faith in Marche follow three main roads, where abbeys, hermitages and sanctuaries are located. These include the elegant Valadier Temple, to be reached through a path within the spectacular scenery of the Gola di Frasassi, while the suggestive Macereto Sanctuary is situated in the Monti Sibillini National Park. This extraordinary example of Renaissance architecture in Marche was once a place of alleged miraculous events and consequently of widespread popular devotion. The last of the three roads is Via Lauretana, which from the Holy House of Loreto, a destination for pilgrims since the fifteenth century, reaches the Romanesque itinerary along the Chienti valley to the Basilica di S. Nicola da Tolentino.

Archeology, opera and theater

The Marche region also has an impressive network of museums, full of masterpieces and unique artifacts: this network preserves numerous and important testimonies from Roman times and other decidedly older ones.The Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia (Macerata) is certainly the most important and spectacular in Marche. While visiting the place, you can admire the structure of a typical Roman town, with its majestic amphitheater and its walls, and finally the State Archaeological Museum, to have a wider overview of the Roman civilization of the site.

Theaters and opera in Marche are considered an indissoluble couple. Some of the composers and musicians who made Italian music and opera famous in the world were born in this land: Giovan Battista Draghi known as Pergolesi, Gaspare Luigi Pacifico Spontini and Gioacchino Rossini. The operatic tradition in Marche lives on thanks to many festivals, including the Rossini Opera Festival and the Sferisterio Opera Festival, combined with the opera seasons of some of the major theaters in the region.

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