Gualdo is a fascinating medieval-looking village, with the remains of numerous towers that belong to the ancient fortifications. The Borgo offers the visitor a suggestive view of the Sibillini mountains and their woods, which surround it. The name Gualdo, in fact, derives from the Lombard wald in its meaning of wood. The Borgo is still today surrounded by the fourteenth-century walls in sandstone.
The locality of Gualdo is also known for having hosted Romolo Murri, an appreciated priest, philosopher and politician. It is possible to visit his house, which houses a rich library. A medieval village with a unique charm, where it is possible to admire the small streets and various churches of considerable historical interest such as the Madonna delle Grazie sanctuary which houses a 15th century fresco depicting the Madonna delle Grazie, or the parish church of San Savino, built in the sixteenth century and rebuilt in the 18th century. The Franciscan Convent, just outside the village, is also worth a visit.
Gualdo is also a reference point for cheeses: in the month of June a tasty event dedicated to cheeses takes place, with tastings of dairy delicacies from Italy.
On the first Sunday after August 15th, the Feast of San Savino, patron saint of the village, takes place.
Moreover, during the Christmas period, in this typical medieval village surrounded by greenery, a suggestive Living Nativity scene is set up.