The itineraries in history, art and culture

Badia Tedalda
Close to the Natural Park Alpe della Luna, located along the Via Romea traveled for centuries through pilgrims, monks and abbots. The village grew up around an ancient abbey nucleus. In the higher old core of Badia a charming little church with three beautiful Della Robbia terracotta panels.

Pieve Santo Stefano
It's the old Sulpitia of the Romans. Home of the National Diary Archive, Town Hall, Praetorian Palace, Collegiate of St Stephen with beautiful Della Robbia terracotta.

Sansepolcro The city of Piero della Francesca. City Museum, crossbow and flag throwing competitions in September with parade in historical costumes modeled on works by Piero della Francesca. Biennale of the bobbin lace art (even years) and Biennale of Goldsmithing (odd years). Famous "hearty" local food.

One of the most beautiful places in Italy. Little town with unaltered medieval character. Museum of Palazzo Taglieschi (Jacopo della Quercia, Andrea della Robbia etc.). Traditional manufacturing of old firearms (examples are in musums and collections), fair for arts and crafts, dealers in antiques.

The medieval village is located on an ancient Etruscan and Roman cult site (Heracles, Fertility Sources). In a specially built museum houses the world famous frescoes of Piero della Francesca's "Madonna del Parto" (Madonna of the birth).

Caprese Michelangelo
Birthplace of Michelangelo Buonarroti, Michelangelo Museum with life-size replicas of master's works. In the museum and outdoors are also important collections issued by contemporary sculptors.

Furthermore, starting from Arsicci, with a day trip many of the major art cities of central Italy can be visited: Assisi, Gubbio, Todi, Montefalco, Spoleto, Perugia, Arezzo, Cortona, Montepulciano, Firenze. And on the Adriatic side: Ravenna, Rimini, Cesenatico, San Marino, Pennabilli, Urbino as well the strongholds of San Leo and Sassocorvaro. Also easy to reach are the hermitages of La Verna, Camaldoli and Montecasale centers of great spirituality since the Middle Ages.