Santuaro della Madonna delle Grazie, Montenero
According to legend, a picture of Holy Mary was found on Ardenza Beach in 1345. At the time, it was believed that the picture was hundreds of years old and came from Eubea Island in Greece. A shepherd took the picture to the sanctuary where an oratory was then built. It is now believed that the picture was the work of a Pisan or Sienese school of the 13th century.
1) First building: One single, five double and one triple room, each with private bath. Both men and women are welcome.
2) Second building: 40 beds in single and double rooms, each with private bath (there are only four single rooms). Both men and women are welcome.
3) Third building: 60 beds in large dorms with bunk beds and shared baths. Only groups are hosted. Priority is given to scouts.
Towels and linens are supplied in the first and second buildings.