The Monte Cucco Park is a protected green area that perfectly expresses the definition of the green heart of Umbria. The slopes of the mountain have a gentle conformation, which makes the park suitable both for expert hikers, who can push themselves to the summit, and for families and beginner climbers.
There is a unique way of experiencing the park for every personality: adrenaline-pumping activities such as paragliding or free flight, excursions suitable for adults and children and guided visits to the beech woods and caves.
For those who wish to be accompanied by an environmental hiking guide, we recommend contacting Antonello Lezziero on the number: +39 340 1481226
Among the most characteristic hills of the area is Monte Subasio, which houses the city of Assisi on its slopes, a place of spirituality and artistic value where San Francesco was born.
Visitors can follow a path that accompanies them along the natural beauties of the tributaries of the Tiber, Topino and Chiascio, and the points of interest linked to the figures of Saints Chiara and Francesco, such as the Basilicas.
In order not to miss even a nuance of the territory, we recommend a ride on an e-bike, to pedal through the olive groves and vineyards that trace the way up to Spello, the village of flowers.
For information or reservations for food and wine tours, we recommend contacting the Umbria Meravigliosa tour operator at: +39 346 3254167
For tourists who love medieval history and want to admire its architecture, Gubbio hides attractions in every corner.
From the ancient origins of the Roman Theater, passing through the Palazzo dei Consoli museum and the Bargello Fountain, linked to the custom that elects visitors to be “honorary madmen of the city”.
Also in this case the connection with the religious aspect of the place cannot be missing, such as the Church built on the spot where San Francesco appeased the wolf that besieged the city.
Finally, the scenic beauties such as the Bottaccione dam wind along the aqueduct path that connects the city gates to the periphery, tracing a noteworthy itinerary.
Among the slopes of Gualdo Tadino some of the most important Umbrian treasures are born, such as the ceramic art workshops and the Rocchetta water source that supplies the Flea beer factory.
This company is the engine of local excellence such as the barley supply chain or its own dairy.
Inside you can organize food and wine tastings, with some proposals designed for children.
The brewery is also linked to historical-cultural aspects and owes its name to the defensive fortress which now houses the Art Gallery and the Museum of Ceramics.
To book a visit to the company: +39 075 9108159
The network of paths marked by the Cai allows hikers to appreciate the Valsorda landscape from various panoramic points, thanks also to the professional guide Antonello Lezziero and his trekking routes.
To organize a visit: +39 340 1481226
One of the largest lake in central Italy, in which to admire the vegetation and animals that inhabit it, but also the villages such as Passignano sul Trasimeno and its fortress; Castiglione del Lago and the nearby Polvese island, with the medieval castle; the shores of Tuoro sulTrasimeno, Panicale with the original urban plan and finally San Feliciano and the entire Regional Park of the Lake.
How beautiful is going around the villages of the lake on a Vespa or aboard an Ape Calessino? To find out, you can contact Umbria in Vespa at: +39 347 4636423
For those who prefer the shot of the Quad or electric bikes, they can request their rental from the Trasimeno Turismo agency:
+39 351 9870774
+39 379 2669872
The sound of flowing water invades the streets of the little Umbrian Venice. Rasiglia is a fascinating village and its characteristics are intertwined with the historic textile production. Even today it is possible to observe different models of looms dating back to the Middle Ages, some moved by water.
By car it is possible to reach the nearby town of Pale, from which to set off on an excursion towards the Menotre waterfalls and admire the green expanse that covers the entire valley, or to enter among stalactites and stalagmites in the Abbadessa caves.
To enjoy the route in total safety, you can contact the following telephone numbers:
+39 393 5689505
+39 339 7428619
The underground excavations of the archaeological site of Perugia offer an engaging way to retrace the city’s origins through Etruscan, Roman and papal settlement traces. The underground tunnels and ravines create a mysterious and fascinating atmosphere of a return to the past.
For more information and to book a visit: +39 075 5724853
Those with a sweet tooth, on the other hand, can follow the history of chocolate, which takes place in the Perugina Historical Museum through a path in which one can witness the creation and manufacturing processes of the product.
The itinerary ends in sweetness with the tastings of the Casa del Cioccolato.
To live this experience, contact the number: 800800907
The staff of the Tenuta di Biscina farmhouse can provide all the information necessary to plan your stay and the activities to enrich it.
Choose the apartment that best suits your needs from an offer that also includes solutions designed for families.
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