Rocca di Staggia, located in Staggia, Italy, is a 13th-century hilltop castle that dominates the scenic landscape surrounding the small village below. Now largely in ruins, the castle features a grand entrance, several watchtowers, and remnants of an old drawbridge. Visitors can admire the stunning views of the surrounding Apennine Mountains and cypress forests, and explore the castle on foot. Take a look inside the chapel and one of the oldest dungeons in the region. Visitors can enjoy the local cuisine, beautiful gardens and friendly locals. Plus, nearby attractions include the thermal bath of Calidario and the Park of Sculptures in Querceto. Whether you’re looking for an unforgettable day trip or an off-the-beaten-path getaway, the Rocca di Staggia is the perfect destination.