San Ginesio

The Staging Area

The RV parking area, located 400 meters from the village of San Ginesio (Sibillini Mountains National Park), has 8 RV spots on gravel, fenced and lighted, electricity, WC-Wash loading and unloading, recycling collection.

A few meters from the Municipal Pool.
Panoramic view to Mount Conero sinking into the sea.


Via Nunzio Giuliani – 62026 San Ginesio (Macerata)


43° 6′ 32.7276″ N 13° 18′ 57.4416″ E

All Services

Accesso gratuito

Free Entrance

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


Fenced Area

Fondo Ghiaia

Gravelly Bottom


Illuminated Area

Mezzi pubblici

Public Means

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed


Municipal swimming pool nearby

More Info

The name San Ginesio derives from that of its patron saint, a Christian martyr, whose remains are preserved in the Collegiate Church, the village’s main monument, of Romanesque foundation and with a late Gothic facade. Numerous works of art are preserved inside.

Other notable buildings include the churches of St. Gregory, St. Mary in Vepretis and Sts. Thomas and Barnabas and the “Giacomo Leopardi” Theater, and, finally, four surviving gates of the ancient city walls.

San Ginesio’s museum heritage is collected mainly in the Scipione Gentili Art Gallery.

In the hamlet of San Liberato, included in the Sibillini Mountains National Park, stands the hermitageof San Liberato.

San Ginesio’s signature dish is polentone, made from a local corn variety and served with a mixed meat sauce.

In July and August, the following are held: the International Folklore Festival “The Balcony of the Sibillini” and the historical reenactment “Medievalia,” “Palio of San Ginesio” and “Battle of the Fornarina.”


Sibillini Mountains National Park

Fiastrone Gorge

Roman Theater Walk

Pallotta Castle

The Butterfly Garden

Useful Links

Municipality of San Ginesio

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy

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