The comune of Bolognola (160 inhabitants), located in the heart of the Monti Sibillini National Park, is immersed in an extraordinarily beautiful natural setting. The area is filled with unspoilt mountaintops, waterfalls, streams and ponds that make it an ideal place to visit in all seasons. It is the smallest and highest village in the Marches and is made up of three inhabited hamlets that still today reflect its medieval origins: Villa da Capo, Villa di Mezzo and Villa da Piedi.