A UNESCO world heritage site in Capo di Ponte: the National Park of Rock Engravings
Capo di Ponte is located between Valtellina and Valcamonica, 35 km from Aprica. This place attracts numerous tourists as it’s home to the Archeopark – a museum of prehistory with villages built in various styles from the Palaeolithic to the Roman era – and the Naquane National Park of Rock Engravings, Italy’s first UNESCO world heritage site.
The Breno castle, ancient villages such as Cemmo and Pescarzo, fortresses, smelting furnaces, and forges bear witness to the rich prehistoric history of this Valley, as its new brand defines it.
Valle Camonica: the Valley of Signs. Discover it on: www.valledeisegni.it