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Eremo di San Bartolomeo, Roccamorice
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  • The Hermitage of San Bartolomeo is a church set in the rock, to get there you have to follow a simple path, surrounded by nature. The beauty of the Hermitage and nature repays the way best time to do this hike is may, June, and I would avoid the hottest months.
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  • From the parking lot are 30 minute walk. Easy, downhill. Ideal as a particular destination without overexert yourself. Hermitage lovely, carved into the rock. The return is a bit more difficult because each descent on return becomes an uphill. I ran into several children and I think they're all returned home, even the most lazy. To see
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  • There are two possible routes to get to the Hermitage of Saint Bartholomew and as it happens the most difficult is also the most beautiful. Coming from the path down from the opposite side of the Valley you can see the Hermitage as a whole. A jewel set into the wall. The descent is a bit challenging but the show offering is unique. It's an immersion in nature and an encounter with a lost spirituality. There is however the risk of getting lost with the mind in distant times and places because the butts left in the ground and some abandoned Tin among the stones keep us constantly anchored to our civilization.
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  • fantastic location. Exquisite people.
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