In the morning you can visit the most important monuments in Acqualagna: San Vincenzo Abbey, also called Pietrapertusa Abbey, which was built in the 9th century by the Benedictine monks, the Fortress on the Candigliano, a long viaduct dating back to the Augustan age of the ancient Via Flaminia.
Of particular historical-archaeological interest the remains of the Via Flaminia built by the Romans in the 3rd century B.C., the Gallery in the rock opened in the year 76 A.D. by the Emperor Vespasiano and now accessible by car, and Furlo Small Gallery: today it is possible to visit it in its ancient splendor thanks to an important renovation measure carried out by Gola del Furlo Nature Reserve in October 2011.
In the area there are several hotels, restaurants, and trattorias where you can conclude the morning. In the afternoon, you can visit Furlo, a spectacular rocky gorge of the Umbro-Marchigiano Apennines, characterized by the charm of the white and pink limestones. The wildlife is also worth a mention: the European Deer, the Apennine Wolf, the Roe Deer; the Crag Martin, the Blue rock Thrush, the Wall Creeper, and the Golden Eagle.