Discover what to see in Monte Sant'Angelo between spirituality and ancient traditions

For those wishing to visit Monte Sant'Angelo, located at a height of 843 meters, these are the places to see and things to do: visit the Sanctuary of San Michele Archangel, a World Heritage Site, take a walk in Junno, the most ancient and characteristic neighborhood of the town and enjoy a pleasant break at the panoramic viewpoint, which offers a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Manfredonia.

And for those visiting Monte Sant'Angelo in late September, do not miss the big festival in honor of St. Michele Archangel, a very folkloric event that every year attracts pilgrims from all over the world. To be visited is also the Palatine Basilica, the octagonal bell tower, the tomb of King Rotari, the churches of St. Maria Maggiore, S. Benedetto, St. Anthony and St. Peter, the Public Library and the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions.

A 10-minute drive away, there is the Abbey of Santa Maria di Pulsano, famous for its characteristic hermitages considered one of the most bellowed locations by Italian National Trust. Monte Sant'Angelo is also home of the Gargano National Park and of the Mountain Community.

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