Monte Argentario

If there was anywhere on earth that was dear to St. Paul of the Cross it was Monte Argentario.

Monte Argentario is a marvel of nature. It is a picturesque peninsula, sometimes an island when cut off by the flooding tides of the sea from the Italian mainland. It stretches out into that part of the Mediterranean Sea which is called the Tyrrhenian Sea. The air is salubrious, the view of the sea, sky and coastline is majestic.

St. Paul of the Cross first visited Monte Argentario on 8th September 1721.

Reflection Sheet (pdf) – Monte Argentario

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