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The San Martino archaeological site, Comano Valley

From the peak, it dominates a vast area: this is the San Martino archaeological site.

It was here, in the Late Antiquity, that a fortified settlement was built for strategic military reasons.

Today, all that remains is the beautiful view from the top. A visit to San Martino is a chance to immerse yourself in history, stepping back in time, to the 3rd century AD.

Later, during Roman times, the area had a religious purpose, with the construction of a sanctuary, remains of which are still visible. Close to the sanctuary, you can see part of a village which was probably built by the military after the sanctuary had already fallen into disuse.

Lastly, a church was built in the Early Middle Ages on the ruins of a village and which remained in use until the around the 1500s.

Have we whetted your appetite? Then grab your backpack, a bottle of water and a hat, put on a pair of walking boots and set off on the footpath! Your cultural journey of discovery begins in Lundo.

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