Hotel Villa Pigna

Address: Viale Assisi, 33, Folignano, Marche, 63040, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Viale Assisi, 33, Folignano, is near Duomo (Ascoli Piceno), Pinacoteca Civica, and San Gregorio.
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    Travel Blogs from Folignano

    "Weaving" our way across Italy ......

    A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 06, 2015

    5 comments, 49 photos

    ... day in Petritoli and the village was humming with life . The entrance to the village, known as Tre Arche, is spectacular. 3 arches framed by 2 huge medieval huge Roccas/towers .The village follows the typical pattern of this region with the main square, Piazza Rocca, at the top housing the 40 metre high clock tower (1831) and the rest of the yellow brick village winding down below against the rock face. Petritoli was a lot bigger than I thought it would be and ...

    Day 9: Down the other side. Castellucio - Amandola

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 10, 2015

    9 photos

    ... coffee in the village of Montegallo, and lunch in Montemanaco after a stiff 4km climb from the valley below. Then we descend through the beautiful village of Montefortino, arriving finally at Amandola, the towering arc of the Sibillini Mountains a constant presence. We follow signs around the top of the town, finally arriving at the imposing Hotel Paradiso through impressive gates, and up a long driveway. The proprietor welcomes us with coffee ...

    Day 8: Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... rosso which I'm guessing is local sagrantino. It is pleasant, and very slightly sweet. After a few more outings to take in the amazing landscape, and some research into our ride on the morrow, we are ready for dinner again in the restaurant of our agriturismo. I forgot to mention that agriturismi are required to serve food traditional to the area made from local ingredients. Fantastic assorted Umbrian ...

    Day 7: Now the climbing! Visso to Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... tornanti, but the steepness is less savage - a bit like the climb from Yarra Glen. Finally we emerge from the forest and after a few kms of more gentle climbing, breast the Passo Di Gualdo (1600m) with a view across the Pian Perduto (Lost Plain) towards the hilltop village of Castellucio with the Pian grande behind. We shelter in the tiny chapel to eat our lunch, but the fox who tried to open my panniers last year is nowhere to be seen. ...

    Day 6: The climbing begins. Spoleto to Visso.

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 07, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... credit for breakfast at any, cafe, cafeteria, or bar in town. Not charming, but comfortable. We are tired but take a walk around the town which has an air of prosperity about it. Many of its numerous mediaeval buildings have clearly been restored in the recent past. In the church on the main square are some remarkable Frescoes including a huge figure of St Christopher(?) which is perhaps five metres high. We dine at La Filanda (the spinning mill) a ...