The Staging Area

Area includes 8 plots, paid electric connection, Drinking water charge, Grey and black water discharge.

The Area, 200 m from the Old Town and 500 m from the Castle, is lighted and partially treed.


Dante Square


43°25’52.73″ N – 12°51’14.29″ E


Tel: +39 338 612803

+39 0732 956203

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All Services

Accesso gratuito

Free Access

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Paid Electricity Connection

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty-Cassette Service

Fondo asfaltato

Asphalt Bottom


Illuminated Area

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

More Info

The Parking Area is about 200 m from the Old Town and 500 m from the Castle.

Sassoferrato Castle is one of the best preserved medieval castles at the architectural level in the Marche region. In the historic center of the castle, characteristic medieval alleys with Gothic portals can be seen, and the Palazzo dei Priori, built in 1355 , was completed around 1500. The building houses the council chamber of the city hall and houses the Civic Archaeological Museum and the Perottian Collection.

The village of Sassoferrato is surrounded by two parks and nestled in the mountains of the Umbro Marchigiano Apennines, as reserved and firm in time as the loving paintings of the famous painter Giovan Battista Salvo, which are kept and can be visited inside the Civica Raccolta d’Arte and the Monastery of Santa Chiara. But The most precious “jewel” of the city’s artistic heritage is theIcon of St. Demetrius, a tiny wooden mosaic from the Byzantine period (14th Century). The icon depicts St. Demetrius in the guise of a warrior and belongs to the prestigious Perottiana Collection of Byzantine reliquaries, housed in the Sassoferrato Civic Museum.

The Sentinum Archaeological Park is considered one of the most significant archaeological sites in the Marche region. Here stood ancient Sentinum, a prosperous Roman city whose vestiges enrich museums around the world.

Within an evocative natural setting, the Cabernardi Archaeo-mineral Park offers a unique visitor experience, allowing visitors to walk through the places and facilities where sulfur, Cabernardi’s yellow gold, was mined. Much of the above-ground structures can be visited, including the limestone, the Gill furnaces, the steam plant, the inclined plane for hauling wagons, the service gallery, and the engineered Donegani shaft.


Lake Garda

Sigurtà Park


Castellaro Lagusello (6 Km)

Natura Viva

Borghetto (4 Km)

Useful Links

Municipality of Sassoferrato

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy

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