The completely restored Medieval (XIII century) village is made up of various buildings, the oldest of which, called “the Templars”, once held a Benedictine monastery.
Surrounded by the Sibillini Mountains National Park, guests can enjoy long relaxing days, take walks, picnics and mountain bike rides on the hills surrounding the village.
You can also taste the organic products made at the farm, from breakfast sweets to homemade pasta along with homegrown beef at dinner.
Many historical, artistic and religious sites are easily reached from the village.
The farm is located in a 380 hectare area where Marchigiana cattle graze (5R, IGP quality standard) and where every year organic cereals are planted such as: durum wheat, barley, spelt, etc.
Due to its large amount of space both indoors and outdoors as well as the stone church consecrated to S. Rita of Cascia, the village is the ideal location for religious ceremonies, parties, meetings and exhibitions.
See on www.anticoborgodigallano.com
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