The ancient village, nestled on the slopes of Mount Petritulo, takes its name from the fortress, of which only a few remains remain today and which was once called "sovereign" due to its position dominating the valley. The particular elliptical plan of the village culminates in the square where the church dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul is located. Famous for the production of the Bean of Sorana Igp (see link below) a particular type of bean with a delicate taste. Sorana is today a destination for gourmets on the hunt for delicacies. In August, the famous and traditional "Festa del Bagiolo". Returning to the main road that leads back to Via Mammianese, you can see some paper processing plants that were once truly the glory of local entrepreneurship. The most famous paper mill is the Magnani one. The company, which boasts ancient origins, until a few years ago produced fine paper, hand-crafted for high-quality editions and paper money for the Italian mint. . Via Mammianese resumed, after a series of hairpin bends, it appears unique in its urban severity.