Abbazia Cistercense Santa Maria di Chiaravalle di Fiastra, Urbisaglia

4.5
#1 of 61 in Sightseeing in Province of Macerata
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  • We visited a few times over the summer. Weekdays are a great time to explore the trails through the park grounds as they are relatively quiet and peaceful. Paths are mostly flat and easy-going, unless...  more »
  • It's a kind of 'compex', with a restored monastery and church, extensive grounds and a couple of cafes and restaurants. The monastery has been sensitively renovated and conveys a good sense of what mo...  more »
  • Easy to find but strangely devoid of crowds, the abbey's church and cloisters are a lovely site to wander around, especially on a hot day as there is plenty of tree cover. There are lots of walks going out into the surrounding parkland if you feel so inclined but it was just too hot when we visited. The abbey's church and grounds are free to get in but you have to pay to get into the cloisters. However the admission fee is well worth it as it covers not just the cloisters but a number of adjoining areas such as the underground cellars, the mulled wine display and the museum across the way. Even better, if you purchased a ticket to see the vast Roman town, amphitheatre and medieval fort just up the road at Urbisaglia (see separate review on Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia) then that ticket will cover the abbey's cloisters and museum. The cloisters themselves are quiet and have some old frescoes still visible. The cellars and museums both have interesting displays depicting the history and what life would have been like at the time. In the same grounds are a restaurant and a couple of cafés, and we liked the peace so much that we returned a couple of days later to just sit at the café outside the church and people watch.
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  • Not bad, but ten times more to visit and see in all nice small towns in the surrounding. And they are for free...
  • A little piece of peace and serenity in the Valley of the Chienti (except holidays). The Church is unique, impressive and wonderful with a beautiful cloister.
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  • A lovely place and well maintained like few others in Italy. The ticket price is right, the trail interesting and permanence in the whole area is comfortable. In addition to the beautiful gardens, the quiet and the rarefied atmosphere and magical, there are shops, bars and restaurants. A great place to spend time as a couple, with friends, but also with family.
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  • Relaxing and full of spirituality!
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  • Imposing and majestic, to visit especially in summer vast picnic area.
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