The fifteenth century statue of the Madonna del Sasso is now held in the basilica, alongside many votive offerings.The church houses two fine works, one by Bramantino (16th century) and another by Antonio Ciseri (19th century). See the official website for further details. Return to Locarno and take public transport to Maggia (or use the bike sharing service). Well worth visiting for cultural purposes is the Church of Madonna delle Grazie with its rich collection of sixteenth century frescoes. There are also many votive offerings, including some by the artist Giovanni Antonio Vanoni. You might now wish to stretch your legs a bit and so we suggest hiking through the mountains to your next destination. The route is not particularly difficult. Just make sure you have the right footwear and plenty of energy. Allow about 5 hours to reach Loco, the ancient capital town of the Valle Onsernone. Not just an attractive place to visit, it also boasts some considerable artistic heritage. The imposing baroque Church of San Remigio is just one example. Inside are several fine seventeenth century paintings. You spend the night in Loco, so take the rest of the day to relax and wander around the village.