News dal Santuario
April 25 – First pilgrimage

First pilgrimage of the 2019 season 25 April 2019 Program: 8 AM: : Departure from the electric control unit 11 AM : Holy...

Read More

Esperienza lavoro – volontariato

Si richiede la disponibilità a servizi vari (lavare piatti, servire a tavola, fare pulizie, accoglienza, animazione liturgica …) Sono...

Read More

Closing of the Sanctuary

The Sanctuary is closed, it will reopen on June 16, 2019. Thank you all!

Read More



In a corner of the Maritime Alps located between the Stura, Gesso and Tinèe valleys, in a splendid natural environment where a wide crown of gnessistic peaks opens, from the sides smoothed by the glaciers in the ancient eras in rounded peaks and in degrading basins where they collect picturesque lakes, surrounded by the imposing peaks of Maladecia in the South and Bravaria in the North, stands out the Sant ‘Anna Sanctuary, which with its 2035 meters of height has the distinction of being the highest Sanctuary of Europe.
It is a place where pilgrims can approach to open themselves to prayer and to the praise of the One who created the world and its wonders, in the silence of the mountains and in the beauty of the landscape; a place of welcome where one can rest and restore the body and the spirit, for moments of reflection, celebration and fraternal sharing.
This space on the network wants to be an opportunity to present the Sanctuary to anyone who wants to approach and know it.
On the site you can have all the useful information for access, stay and celebrations.

History   Who is Sant’Anna?   Who is St. Joachim?

Times of celebrations

Sundays: 7.30; 11.00; 15.45;

Weekdays: 11.00; 15.30;

More details


Blessings of children


Life at the Sanctuary



How to stay

Near the sanctuary there are three refuges where you can stay, discover features, rates and book

Other refuges

Discover the other nine refuges near the sanctuary


From the sanctuary it is possible to make several excursions …