The Staging Area

Stopover area managed by “Camper Club Sibillini,” provided with 42 Pitches, open all year round.

The area is excellent as a landing place for visiting the town and the territory of the Monti Sibillini National Park, as the town is the eastern entrance to it, just a few meters bus stop, bar, restaurant and affiliated businesses.

Facilities include: mains connections, prefabricated structure with gender-segregated toilets and showers inside. In another structure there is a sink and wash basin, wooden benches and a barbecue.

Dogs are allowed, large dogs on a leash and muzzle. The facility is not particularly suitable for the handicapped.

Entry to the area is from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. by contacting the attendants.


Piazzale Pertini c/o Municipal Stadium – 63021 Amandola (Fermo)


42.97172193287235, 13.353530502251893


Tel: +39 320 3314948

All Services

Accesso convenzionato

Paid admission Agreed

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty-Cassette Service

WC (1)

Toilet facilities

Docce Calde

Hot Showers

Fondo asfaltato

Asphalt Bottom

Fondo erboso

Erbablock Fund

Accesso con sbarra

Controlled Input


Illuminated Area

Area Lavaggio Stoviglie

Dish Sinks

Area Lavaggio Biancheria

Laundry Sinks

Area Barbeque

Barbeque Area

Area Picnic

Picnic Area

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed Large size on leash and muzzle


Fenced Area

More Info

The historic center of Amandola, which is accessed through a crenellated gate, lies on three hills and consists of civil and religious architecture, imposing and sumptuous palaces, and hidden and graceful alleys. From the Belvedere you can have a wonderful view of the eastern side of the Sibillini Mountains National Park.

Of particular importance is Piazza Umberto I, or the upper square, the ancient social and religious core of the locality, which houses the historic “La Fenice” theater and the 15th-century tower of the Podesta. The church of St. Augustine, dating from the 14th century, has an 18th-century facade, a Gothic portal, and a bell tower by Mario Pietro Lombardo dating from 1468, with ogival mullioned windows with an octagonal spire. Sacred buildings also include the convent of San Bernardino, or Capuchin monastery, built in 1540, and the church of Santa Maria a Piè d’Agello.

Outside the gate is the Romanesque complex dedicated to Ss. Rufino and Vitale, and 5 km from the historic center stands the Abbey of Saints Vincent and Anastasius.

In autumn, “Diamonds at the Table,” the Sibillini Precious White Truffle Fair, is held. For nearly two decades, it has enlivened the historic center with food and wine stands full of truffle-scented dishes and traditional fare.

Recurring festivities include the Carnival de li Paniccia’ and, at the end of August, the Ancient Historical Re-enactment of the Canestrelle.


Lake San Ruffino

Mount Manardo Castle

Abbey of SS Ruffino and Vitale

Useful Links

Municipality of Amandola

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

Camper Club Sibillini

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