From the Little Tibet to the medicean village in the land of the red gold.
Along the Tratturo Magno and the ancient streets of Transhumance, we arrive to Campo Imperatore plateau at 1,500 meters, called 'Little Tibet' for its lunar landscape. A bit higher up, right where the cable car arrives, there is still intact the room where Mussolini was imprisoned
during the Second World War. The trip continues in one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Santo Stefano di Sassanio, known to have been the possession of the Medici but revived thanks to a careful and meticulous renovation that has brought the town to its former glory. Leisure among small local artisan shops and tasting of typical products. You will have the opportunity to buy the Abruzzo's red gold, the world's purest saffron, lentils DOP, small and very tasty, the many local cheeses, one for all the canestrato, as well as salami, honey, jams, sweets etc.