The territory of Serra San Quirico, a small town in the hinterland of the Marches, is part of the Regional Natural Park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, a park that has its headquarters in the village itself, in the Santa Lucia Complex. The mediaeval history of this village is still perfectly narrated by its characteristic architectural structure. In particular, the traveller who goes in search of these historical traces cannot fail to admire the Copertelle, covered passageways that run along the town walls, as well as the main defence tower called the Cassero. Not to be missed is the Church of Santa Lucia, one of the best-preserved examples of Baroque in the Marche: a single nave with six side chapels and rich decorations in paintings, stucco and wood panelling. The last stop is the regional Cartoteca, a magical and fascinating place where you can find maps, engravings that tell the historical geography of Le Marche.