UNESCO Basilica of Monte Sant’Angelo
The Sanctuary of San Michele Arcangelo is a Roman Catholic sanctuary on Monte Gargano, in Italy, part of the municipality of Monte Sant’Angelo, in the province of Foggia, in the north of Puglia.
Monte Sant’Angelo is the highest inhabited center in the Gargano. Since 2011 it has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for the Basilica of San Michel. It will become even more beautiful, welcoming and easily accessible for the millions of faithful and tourists who visit it every year thanks to the redevelopment and enhancement project of Piazza d’Angiò.
The Basilica of San Michele
UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the symbol of Monte Sant’Angelo. Discover Puglia and visit Sant’Angelo. The executive project, carried out within the resources made available by the Park Authority and approved by the municipal council of Monte Sant’Angelo, provides for the elimination of some situations of environmental and architectural degradation repeatedly highlighted by MIBACT including the current parking .
Invoking S. Michele Arcangelo on the Gargano-Monte Saint Agelo
Publications and mementos of the visit to the Sanctuary of San Michele are available at our Basilica.