Ravecca 2017-08-19T13:17:46+00:00

As in Setta, in the picturesque village of Ravecca the medieval building type is still present in its purity. Here the Benedictines owned land and once there was a convent, which remains today the private chapel of the Saints Bernardo and Pasquale.

In Ravecca was found a coin dating back to 119 AD. It is the first archaeological evidence of the slope to the sea and the oldest evidence of numismatics of Framura, prior to the currencies of Casola (4th c.) and coins of Vigo (2nd c.) .