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Monte San Vicino

Monte San Vicino, 62021 Apiro, Province of Macerata, Italy

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About Monte San Vicino

The San Vicino is a Marche Apennines mountain summit in the province of Macerata, not far from the border with the province of Ancona.  The mountain is of Mesozoic origin and limestone rocks prevail.  The ascent to Monte San Vicino is of the hiking type and can be done following marked trails; you can start from the Prati di San Vicino. One of the picturesque locations in this area and also it attracts a lot of tourists.

Attractions near Monte San Vicino

Lake of Cingoli9.05km from Monte San Vicino

The Lake of Cingoli is an artificial lake of the Marches created by a dam on the river Musone in eighty years. It is located in the municipality of Cingoli, in the province of Macerata, and represents the largest artificial basin in the Marche region, rich in aquatic fauna and migratory birds. The lake has an area of ​​over 2 square kilometers and a depth that reaches about 55 m near the dam.

Santuario di Santa Maria infra Saxa11.82km from Monte San Vicino

The hermitage of Santa Maria Infra Saxa is located in Genga, in the Marche region, in the same cavity in which the neoclassical Temple, called del Valadier, is located. The Hermitage was built between the rocks and is partially excavated in the cave wall. The first written records of the hermitage date back to 1029 and speak of a cloistered female monastery inhabited by Benedictine nuns.  It is believed that once the population took refuge in these caves to escape the attacks of the invaders.

The regional natural park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi is a protected natural area of the Marche and has its operational headquarters within the Santa Lucia complex. Inside the park there is also the hermitage of Grottafucile overlooking the Gola della Rossa. There are also the temple of Valadier and the hermitage of Santa Maria Infra Saxa. Extending for about 9170 hectares on the Apennine side of the province of Ancona.

Fiastrone24.11km from Monte San Vicino

The Fiastrone river is a short watercourse in the Marche that flows entirely in the province of Macerata.  The stream originates in the municipality of Bolognola , in the Sibillini Mountains, and ends after 34 km as a right tributary of the Chienti river near Belforte.  Its waters feed, at an altitude of 640 meters above sea level, the Lake of Fiastra built in the fifties and barred by an imposing arch-gravity dam. It was flowing through picturesque locations and it attracts a lot of tourists he

Via Grotte di Frasassi24.96km from Monte San Vicino

The Frasassi caves are underground karst caves located in the territory of the municipality of Genga, in the province of Ancona. The complex of caves falls within the Regional Natural Park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi.  The complex consists of a huge series of underground rooms of which the first, which can be easily visited by the public, is the Abisso Ancona, a huge cavity that has an extension of 180 x120  m and a height of 200 m; it is so large that the Duomo of Milan could easily be con

Monte Nerone25.51km from Monte San Vicino

The Monte Nerone is a mountain of Marche belonging to the chain Umbria-Marche Apennines, located in the towns of Apecchio, Cagli, and Piobbico, in the province of Pesaro and Urbino, which reaches the height of 1525 m  s.lm with a vertical drop of 1200 m from the valley floor. Located just north of the Monte Catria group which together give their name to the Mountain Community of Catria and Nerone, while to the north begins the territory covered by the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines.

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Marche is a central region of Italy on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Umbria in the west, Emilia-Romagna to the north, and Abruzzo to the south.