Badia a Ruoti
Known to be the most ancient part of Bucine, Badia a Ruoti lies on top of a hillock and develops itself around the splendid monastery of the Abbey of St Peter. This lovely village is characterized by narrow alleys, and it is the perfect place for a walkabout.
The original settlement of fascinating stone buildings forms the main street, which is Via XI Febbraio.
From the 4th to the 5th of October enjoy the solemn celebration of Madonna del Rosario in Badia a Ruoti. The locals fête their patron saint with cheerful music, processions, and various entertainment around the notable stands rich in traditional delicacies.
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