Amandola is a small medieval centre located on the eastern slope of the Monti Sibillini National Park. It represents one of the most important historical and cultural centres of the Sibillini Mountains, characterised by civil and religious architecture, sumptuous palaces and pretty alleys. After the 2016 earthquake, many of its buildings were damaged and the many artistic masterpieces inside were recovered, safeguarded and placed in the Ex Collegiata. The Anthropogeographic Museum, which offers the opportunity to learn about all aspects of the environment, is worth a visit. Also not to be missed is the Romanesque complex dedicated to Saints Rufino and Vitale and the Abbey of Saints Vincenzo and Anastasio. From a gastronomic point of view, Amandola is renowned for its prized white truffle and the Mela rosa dei Monti Sibillini, a slow food presidium.