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Pick the accommodation that best suits your taste.

In addition to a wide selection of rooms, Monti Azzurri Hotel also offers a panoramic terrace overlooking
the Sibillini Mountains and Laga Mountains.

An exclusive and inimitable experience which allow you to lose yourself in a suspended atmosphere.

Events

Pilato’s lake

The southern edge of the Sibillini is distinctive for its highest peaks: Monte Vettore (2478m) Cima del Redentore(2449m) Monte Argentella (2201m) Palazzo Borghese (2119m) and Monte Porche (2235m). Within this ridge is located Pilato lake. There is a typical glacial valley with a “U” profile. Here, even in Summer, there are some snow tongues, often

Monteguarnieri Park

You can start your holiday in the Sibillini with a walk in Monteguarnieri Park.  As a framework of the ancient park situated on the top of the village, there are the Sibillini Mounts. Here you can choose different adventurous itineraries, marked by a fitness trail inside the forest. An huge glade, suitable for both old

THROATS OF THE HELL

Gole dell’Infernaccio, or just Infernaccio, are natural gorges formed by the River Tenna. These are located in the Municipality of Montefortino, in the province of Fermo, in the National Park of Monti Sibillini. They are among the most suggestive gorges of Umbro-Marchigiano Apennines. Gole dell’Infernaccio are an important place for excursions and walks, especially for

Gerosa lake

Lago di Gerosa is a 400 mt large artificial lake, 2 km long. It's mainly fed by Aso River that goes down from the slopes of Monte Vettore to Adriatic sea. The lake signs the borders among three municipalities: Montemonaco, Montefortino and Comunanza. Thanks to the large size of the lake, activities such as canoeing,

Montemonaco loop

It is a medium-difficult route for Mountain Bike. You leave from the village Montemonaco taking the gravel road and climb up to the Sibilla Refuge. Following this road for about 500 mt, you continue along the path which leads down to the small village Rocca. Along the Aso Valley the route continues up to the

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