Questo sito o gli strumenti terzi da questo utilizzati si avvalgono di cookie necessari al funzionamento ed utili alle finalità illustrate nella cookie policy. Se vuoi saperne di più o negare il consenso a tutti o ad alcuni cookie, consulta la cookie policy. Chiudendo questo banner, scorrendo questa pagina, cliccando su un link o proseguendo la navigazione in altra maniera, acconsenti all'uso dei cookie.




  • Hotel Villa Al Rifugio

    Hotel Villa Al Rifugio

    Quality 4 Stars Hotel Accommodation Restaurant Weddings and Events Cava de Tirreni Amalfi Coast Salerno Campania Italy

  • Le Villette Ravello Residence

    Le Villette Ravello Residence

    Quality Charming Appartments, Exclusive Residence, Family Holiday Ravello Amalficoast Salerno Campania Italy

  • Pineta 1903

    Pineta 1903

    Restaurant Lounge Bar Wine Bar Lemon Garden Beer Pub Brasserie Maiori Amalfi Coast Salerno Campania Italy

  • Hotel Sole Splendid Maiori

    Hotel Sole Splendid Maiori

    hotel in Maiori, accommodation in Maiori, hotel on the Amalfi Coast, accommodation on the Amalfi Coast, sea view hotel, sea view...

  • Sal De Riso Amalfi Coast

    Sal De Riso Amalfi Coast

    Ancient Taste on the Amalfi Coast Salvatore De Riso Pastry Shop Bar Lounge Minori Amalficoast Neapolitan Riviera Salerno Campania...

you are here: Home Friuli Venezia Giulia Friuli Venezia Giulia's Coast Monrupino


Visit a locality browsing the menu on the left. In each Italy area you can then choose the best touristical structures we are proposing.

More About

Here you can find info and tips about the area you are visiting.

Print this page Send to a friend by e-mail




Monrupino is a scattered town in the province of Trieste, set on the border with Slovenia and the international pass of Fernetti, in an area rich in karst vegetation, where it is possible to admire a stunning view both of the Gulf of Trieste and the nearby Slovenia's towns.
The remains of a prehistoric fort (the so-called stronghold of Monrupino) reveal the ancient origins of the town. During the Saracen invasions of the XVI century, the inhabitants of Monrupino built a defensive wall that, later, took the name of "tabor" (from the Slavic "fortified place").
- the stronghold of Monrupino, located on a strategic hill, was, during the centuries, a prehistoric fort, a Roman castrum and a fortified place during the Barbarian invasions;
- the XVI century Church of Beata Vergine Assunta, Marian shrine built on the ruins of an earlier XI century church;
- the natural reserves of Monte Orsario and Monte Lanaro;
- the so called Karst House, a typical residence with traditional costumes and agricultural tools and where the Carsic Marriage takes place in August, every two years.


This town web page has been visited 19,253 times.

Choose language