The village of Montagna, protected by Castle d’Enna, is the seat of the municipality.
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If you drive up the Dolomite road, coming from Ora, you pass the village of Montagna. An eye-catcher in this area is Castel d'Enna, located above the village. Surrounded by vineyards, Montagna (500 m a.s.l.), is located in a rather sheltered position, under the Cislon mountain.
In the historic centre, there is a neo-Romanesque church, dedicated to S. Bartolomeo, the steeple of which dates back to the 12th century.
Another highlight close to the village of Montagna is Castelfeder, a porphyry rock, on which you can admire the remnants of a Roman castle. Above all in spring and autumn, this area is a very popular excursion destination. The view from this place is particularly impressive.