Airy view of the path that leads to San Domenico.
The church of“Santa Maria a Castro” and the convent.
Saint Joseph – Represented in this majolica of the 18th century; it can be seen on the path that leads to the religious complex .
Detail of the church bell – with Vettica Maggiore on the background .
Plaster fresco representing the “Madonna delle Grazie”, recently discovered (1994).
Detail of the fresco datable around 1400 – unfortunately is not signed, but can be attribueted to neapolitan artists .
Flare illumination atSan Domenico – this tradition recalls back to 1599,when domenican monks settled down in this area .
The event, take place in August, during the celebration of Saint Domenico (from the 1st to the 4th of August ) .
One of the most experienced hiking guide around. Well known for his courtesy and peacefulness, is a polyglot and he knows a lot about herbs and local traditions. Maurizio has excellent knowledge of the area and enthusiastically share his knowledge along the way. His enthusiasm and infectious smile will surely transform your hike in an unforgettable experience.