Azienda Agricola Sciore di Corbo Antonio
Via Francigena, 14 - 82030 PONTE (BN)
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where we are

Leaving the Caianello-Benevento highway we head towards the town of Ponte.
We cross the Calore river using the current bridge, which replaced the previous one built by Ferdinand II based on a design by the famous engineer Fiocca and destroyed by the Germans during the Second World War.
Immediately after the bridge on the right there is the parish church built by brothers Domenico and Renato Ocone and dedicated to S. Generosa Martyr in memory of their mother Generosa Orsillo.
At the crossroads we turn left and shortly afterwards we find the railway station, inaugurated on the 15th of March 1868 when the Caserta-Foggia line was opened.
Continuing, after three hundred meters we arrive at the bridge over the Alenta stream. In this place, already in the Roman period there was an imposing stone structure through which the Via Latina crossed the stream. It was this bridge that gave rise to the name of the town. The place that was originally called Ponte S. Anastasia, over time changed its name first to Castel Ponte S. Anastasia, then to Castel Ponte and finally to Ponte. Immediately after the bridge, turning right, there is the church of the ancient abbey of S. Anastasia. It was built in the 9th century by a community of Benedictine monks on the remains of a Roman villa.
Continuing, after a few meters, turning left you enter Via Francigena. This road develops on the route followed by pilgrims who in the Middle Ages, starting from Rome, passing through the Telesina Valley and Ponte, arrived in Benevento and then continued on to Puglia. Here some pilgrims stopped at the sanctuary of S. Michael Arcahngel on the Gargano, others embarked for the Holy Land.