Spring In Mugello: Many Incredible Events!

During Spring, there are many events organized in Mugello that will give you the chance to discover the beauty and the charm of this wonderful valley. You can enjoy this beautiful season enjoying the open air and soaking up traditions and culture of Mugello. Below you find some of such incredible events:

19°Magnalonga
On May 1st,  in Campomigliaio, near San Piero a Sieve, 19th edition of Magnalonga will be held: a walk through the paths of Mugello according to set routes of different difficulties with rests stops where you can taste local products and have lunch. For more information call: 055-8448155; 338 2556304

May Fair
From 3rd to 5th May in Dicomano the May Fair, or Feast of the Campaign, will be held: with crafts stand,agriculture and farm animals. The fair will even more exciting thanks to performances and entertainment.

Spring Festival
The Spring Festival will be held on May 6th in San Piero a Sieve in the Festival-Area: there will be an open-air market, gastronomic stands, music and folk songs. The festival will also host a gathering of the Fiat 500 Club Italia.

Exhibition of Castel S. Barnaba flag-wavers
On May 6th at 6 p.m. in the square of Scarperia, Piazza dei Vicari, there will be the exhibition of the Castel S. Barnaba flag-wavers, accompanied by Renaissance dances.

Cantà Maggio
From 23rd to 26th May in Barberino di Mugello the Cantà Maggio will be held, an event characterized by games for the assignment of the Palio, evenings of entertainment organized by the various districts and the final night party.

In addition, you can also visit the places of historical interest, including: Palazzo dei Vicari in Scarperia, Palazzo Torrioni in Marradi, the garden of Villa Striano in Borgo San Lorenzo.

Would you like to read more about events, festivals and markets in Mugello? Then visit the special section dedicated to events on About Mugello!

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