L'Orto sul colle dell'Infinito is a few steps from the birthplace of Giacomo Leopardi, in the garden of the ancient Monastery of St. Stephen and is the place where the poet took inspiration for his famous poem L'Infinito.
Here you can experience a real "guided tour" inside the poem, that through immersive projections and engaging experiences, invites you to rediscover the history, the meaning and the universal value in few verses.
A visit inside a masterpiece of the Italian culture.
Until 11 September: from Monday to Sunday: from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
from 12 September to 31 October, from Tuesday to Sunday: from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
from 1 November to 8 January: from Wednesday to Sunday: from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Closed to the public in winter.
Extraordinary openings are only possible for groups or exclusive visits.
Visit duration: 1 hour
Groups: for requests and quotes for a minimum of 20 people, click here.
The ticket office is located on the first floor of the National Centre of Leopardiani Studies in via Monte Tabor 2.
By car: from the A14 motorway "Loreto - Porto Recanati" exit. Continue following the directions for Recanati.
By train: Reach Ancona train station and continue by bus to Recanati, line R.
By bus: bus from Macerata, Ancona and Loreto
Inside our Cultural property you can find a bookshop with a selection of books, memories and merchandising inspired by the Property you visited and the territory that hosts it; you will find a colourful assortment of FAI items and food products made with the raw materials of our Properties: jams made with the ancient citrus and the prickly pears from the Garden of Kolymbethra, extra virgin olive oil from the centuries-old olive trees of the Bay of Ieranto, honey from the hives present in our Property and the salt of the Conti Vecchi salt pans.
With your purchases you will contribute concretely to support the FAI.
And if you are a member of FAI you have a 10% discount on all products on sale!
Visitors with disabilities have free access to the FAI Cultural properties by presenting a document or card attesting their disability.
The Cultural property is accessible to people with disabilities.
An elevator is at your disposal to avoid the main stairs and enter to the ticket shop,
There is gravel inside the garden and climbs where the single disabled visitor may need the help of an accompanying person.
You can find public parking lots nearby.
The access to the Garden is not allowed to dogs.