Located on a rocky spur of Mount Putano, where the regions of Marsicano, Peligno and Aquilano come together, rises Castelvecchio Subequo, a town that, despite its tiny size, is rich in art, history and culture. Walking through the town and its outskirts, you encounter buildings of great architectural and cultural interest and important archaeological sites: for example, Castelvecchio is home to the archaeological findings from the ancient Roman city of Superaequum, one of the three most important cities of the Italic tribe of the Peligni. In addition to history, you will find a warm welcome and authentic craftsmanship. Travelers will be made to feel at home in the beautiful surroundings of a town that is in the process of reinventing itself. All hopes are pinned on reviving the ancient crafts of the region and restoring the town to its former glory.