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Eremo di San Domenico

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Acciano wrote a review Mar 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom151 contributions62 helpful votes
Make sure you stop and visit this wonderful gem of a lake and hermitage. You can access the hermitage by steps at the back of the altar in the church.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Keith M wrote a review Oct 2017
Palm Springs, California547 contributions85 helpful votes
You might just drive by this place on your way up to Lake Scanno. Don't do that. Find a parking spot (there are just a few along the narrow road), and spend about an hour visiting this beautiful spot. We were there on a sunny October day. Few other people were there - caution it can become a bit busy in the summer time. There are walking paths around the west side of the lake, and several picnic tables. Have a picnic, visit the Hermitage of San Domenico, and enjoy nature.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Aussies11 wrote a review Nov 2015
Montelparo, Italy4,555 contributions309 helpful votes
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After leaving the Gole di Sagittario and driving towards Scanno, the bridge, the lake and the dam appear before you. We did not stop at that moment but on our way back from lunch. We parked on the side road where there were only four car bays and walked across the bridge (it is pedestrian only) to reach the small chapel hermitage. the first thing that strikes you is the peace and tranquility, and the chapel has San Domenico's life in framed pictures on the walls - he lived a very humble life and helped the local people. There is also a Via Crucis to follow. Though it was high season it looked unspoilt by too many visitors and the whole scene looked very picturesque.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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