At the Bed & Breakfast, in Civitanova del Sannio, you can take advantage of all the services designed to ensure a comfortable stay for customers who choose the structure.Self contained breakfast, for example, is prepared using simple and genuine products from organic crops, will be served every morning homemade cakes freshly baked with jams and honey from organic farming.Each room has free wi-fi internet access.The structure has an outdoor terrace with a splendid honeysuckle pergola, and a solarium area with a splendid terrace, all available to guests who want to take advantage of it.The area is rich in places of interest and natural springs of water, many of which are naturalistic and archaeological.
The Monastery of San Benedetto "De Jumento Albo" (first photo), located in Santa Brigida, was built around the year 1000, a period in which the entire Alto Molise was politically dependent on the Lombard principality of Benevento.
It soon became an addiction to the Abbey of Montecassino, which still preserves in its archives documents that constitute the main historical source of the monastery of San Benedetto.It was inhabited by Benedictine monks for 400 years.
The entire complex was then hit by the 1456 earthquake that shook central southern Italy. This event has probably led to its abandonment. In the following centuries it was used as a shelter for the shepherds who travelled along the Celano-Foggia sheep-track.
The bell tower, the only building remaining standing, has been recently rebuilt and restored, while the entire area is subjected to intense archaeological excavations conducted by the University of Naples "Sister Ursula Benincasa".
The Frassati path (second photo) follows the high lands of Civitanova del Sannio, crossed by the ancient sheep-track Castel di Sangro-Lucera. Along this centuries-old pathway of armentitia, you will discover the historical traces of the proud Sannite people. The solid religious roots of the inhabitants are well symbolized by the 3 crosses erected on the route.
The bond with Pier Giorgio Frassati is ancient because the first circle, in his name, flourished in 1930.The CAI (Italian Alpine Club) seal attests to the link between the Molise hikers and the Montagnola (1421 m), the destination of the Path.
The country is particularly rich in natural springs of water. (third photo)Of particular natural and landscape importance, a few minutes away from the centre of the village, surrounded by greenery, flows the river Trigno, a place of summer attraction for tourists and locals, where you can immerse yourself in suggestive and spectacular pools of cold water that give refreshment and tonicity to the body. Ideal place to organize pleasant picnics
Sannita Theatre of Pietrabbondante (12 km);
Natural reserve Collemeluccio di Pescolanciano, natural area, suitable for lovers of trecking but also mountain biking due to the presence of walking paths (19 km).
Frosolone, the homeland of knives (20 km);
Marinelli bells of Agnone (30 km);