Place of Interest
High-class tourist centre
Montegridolfo has had an eventful history. During the Malatesta era the village was attacked and destroyed over and over – the worst destruction dating back to 1336 – but the defensive constructions were constantly renewed and improved. The medieval construction can still be seen today, best by means of the fortress caste and the 14th century San Rocco church with three Madonna paintings from various centuries. Today, the historically almost perfectly restored fortress acts as an open-air museum. The numerous restaurants and accommodations near the pilgrimage site Beata Vergine della Grazie in particular make Montegridolfo a high-class tourism centre.