From the huge expanse of the Piano Grande, a vast natural plain surrounded by mountains to the Gola di Infernatio with it's stunning waterfalls and sheer rock faces, to the high mountain lake Lago di Pilato, where according to legend Pilate's body was dumped.
Legend tells us how Pontius Pilate, whilst awaiting execution, asked that fate decided his final resting place. His corpse was sent unescorted from the gates of Rome on a wagon. The oxen made their way to the Sibilline Mountains, straight up to the lake, where they dived in and disappeared. Small rare shrimps turn the lake pink in the summer months - some say it represents the blood of Pilate!