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Eremo di Sant'Onofrio al Morrone, Sulmona
(4.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Eremo di Sant'Onofrio al Morrone is located in Sulmona. Put Eremo di Sant'Onofrio al Morrone into our Sulmona vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This Hermitage is literally nestled between the montagne del Morrone: down in the Valley, the town of Sulmona, glimpsed like a dot in the wonder of the mountain landscape. It is within walking distance, with a walk of 15/20 minutes--uphill (ergo, to avoid if you are not a little train). The road is slightly rough, so bring comfortable shoes or appropriate to the mountain. After exercise, the wonder and the peace of this Hermitage: silence, tranquility, landscape like no other. Free admission. An experience that I would do again tomorrow. Don't give up because, despite a frenzied search for information (telephone, internet, site of the Parco della Majella), I was unable to figure it out for the opening and closing time of the structure. with the risk to get there, take a ride and maybe even get to see the building.
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  • I consider it one of the most well preserved hermitages throughout Abruzzo. Leave the car in the parking lot below, easily accessible, there are at least fifteen minutes walk uphill but in peace without particular inconveniences. Once there you can't help but be fascinated by what it was and what it is. ... PS If you have with you your four-legged friend ... no problem is welcome! To visit! Danilo Emanuela and ... Goofy.
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  • Beautiful walk uphill to visit this monastery. For someone like me who is not trained it took a bit of a pain but the prize was superb. A beautiful place and a splendid view over the Valley of Sulmona.
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