Monsampietro Morico

Monsampietro Morico (altitude of 289 metres, inhabitants 712) is composed by the Old Town and the hamlet called Sant’Elpidio Morcico.


The Old Town sightseeing includes the feudal residence (14th-15th centuries), built on the medieval walls,

and Malugero Melo Square, that preserves the original appearance


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Pedaso (altitude of 4 metres, inhabitants 2409) was a medieval castle on the top of the hill, abandoned during the 18th century, when people started to slide down and build a new city next to the coast. I like take a rest on the sea cliffs, walking on the peaceful and not crowded seafront.


The sightseeing tour includes the Church of St. Mary and St. Peter and the visit of the lighthouse.


If you are looking for a good fish restaurant, book in “Tilt 2”, settled behind the Church of St.Mary and St.Peter. Leaving Pedaso, we can visit Lapedona, Moresco, Ortezzano, Fermo, Ascoli Piceno. The road that goes from Pedaso to the Apennines is called “Valdaso” (“Val” means valley, “Aso” is a river). Valdaso is famous for farming production, expecially apples and olives. Valdaso is a perfect set for spring holidays. Contact us to plan a daily tour guide from your resort, hotel or holidays camp!!



(picture of the Adriatic Shore from the train)

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Lapedona (altitude of 263 metres, inhabitans 1159)  is a graceful little hill town built in the Medieval Ages, settled just 15 minutes by car from the Adriatic Sea.


First we can visit St. Peter Church (12th century), used as chapel in the graveyard…


Then we  arrive to The Abbey of Saints Quiric and Giulitta (12th century).
This Romanesque Church preserves nice frescoes.

Entering the Old Town by the medieval gate called “Porta del Sole” (“Sun Gate”, 14th century), we walk into the Town Hall arcade, that hosts a Roman tombstone, then we reach Leopardi Square.


Tour guide:
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+39 334 8654788