Sasso di Castalda can boast an unspoilt natural heritage, from Costara to San Michele to the summit of Monte Pierfaione with thousand-year-old beech forests to be admired especially in autumn, with the spectacle of foliage. Adrenaline lovers cannot miss the spectacular Bridge to the Moon, Europe's longest Tibetan plank bridge, overlooking the Arenazzo, for a real walk in the clouds. Via ferratas, trekking and Nordic walking routes, winter sports, trails (the Frassati, the real one, the one between the Bosco dei Faggi della Costara to the ancient St Michael's Beech) complete the offer of outdoor activities.
Fosso Arenazzo is one of Italy's most important geosites, a laboratory that tells and explains how the mountains were formed in ancient times, with a tourist-scientific-educational tour for both experts and the curious. Also not to be missed is the Deer Fauna Area with some specimens in the wild and a walk in the old town amidst the alleys and churches (Madre, San Rocco, San Nicola) up to the ancient fortress of the castle to enjoy a splendid panorama.
In the kitchen, country tradition dominates, with simple dishes, few but tasty ingredients with which to make delicacies, such as minestra impastata or pasta with pezzente sauce, pork charcuterie, cheeses and salamis, which are often seen hanging in the sun to dry; in a couple of months, they become Pupaur crusc.
The main event is at the turn of August with the Patronal festival dedicated to San Rocco with the procession of the saint through the streets of the town and some fireworks to finish off.