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Our Agritourism is located in a strategic location for making day trips, reaching fascinating cities of art, natural parks, medieval treasures and ancient pathways.


Perugia is a city in central Italy with a population of 167.579; it is the administrative centre for the Province with the same name and of the Region Umbria. The city is built on a hill, in the Tiber valley. A famous city of art, rich of history and monuments, it is an important cultural and economic centre, destination of numerous tourists and students. It is the location of two prestigious universities: The Università degli Studi, founded in 1308, and the Università per stranieri, the most important one in Italy.

distance >> 45 km


Spoleto is located at the Southern end of the Valle Umbra, a vast alluvial plain generated during the Prehistoric era by the presence of a vast lake, the Umber lacus, definitively dried out in Medieval times, after it became a swamp, through reclamation works. The city is developed on the Sant’Elia hill, a short promontory hill at the Monteluco aquifers, and lower up to the shores of the Tessino stream; at the East it is surrounded by the mountains marking the Valnerina area.

distance >> 25 km


Assisi is located on the western slope of Monte Subasio, dominating the valley between the Chiascio and Topino rivers. It is known for being the city where Saint Francis, patron saint of Italy, and Saint Claire lived and died.

distance >> 40 km


Todi is know as the “most liveable city in the world” based on research published by professor Richard S. Levine from the U.S. Kentucky University, it is located on the top of a hill, with a summit is slightly more than 400 metres, facing the middle portion of the Tiber valley. The municipal territory, one of the most extensive of the Umbria region, it is mostly hilly and made of many small settlements. The main centres, besides the city of Todi, are Pantalla and the Ponterio-Pian di Porto area, which also includes the industrial area of the city.

distance>> 28 km

Trasimeno Lake

The Trasimeno, or Perugia, lake has a surface of 128 km², it is the largest lake of the Italian peninsula, fourth among Italian lakes, immediately after the Como Lake. Associated with this extension is a shallow depth (average 4.3 m, maximum 6 m), so that the Trasimeno lake is considered a laminar lake.

distance>> 70 km

Cascata delle Marmore waterfalls

The Cascata delle Marmore is a controlled flow waterfall, among the highest in Europe, with a total level difference of 165 m, divided into three jumps. The name derives from the calcium salts present on the rocks that look like marble. The waters of the waterfall are used intensely to produce electrical power, at the Galleto power plant. For this reason, the actual waterfalls do not run continually and for most of the time they are reduced to the size of a stream. The basin of the Piediluco lake works as a water reservoir for the power plant, built in 1029, it is able to produce electricity with a power of approximately 530 MW. In order to adjust power plant operation and allow everyone to view the waterfalls, during specific times and periods, the water falls are allowed to run at full capacity: an acoustic signal warns that the adjustment floodgates will be opened, and in just a few minutes capacity is increased to the maximum level. Normally the waterfalls run a few hours a day, with extended hours for public holidays.

distance >> 45 km

Città della Domenica

Città della Domenica is a wildlife amusement park located in Perugia in the locality of Ferro di Cavallo (2 km from the city centre). Città della Domenica was established as a project by the entrepreneur from Perugia Mario Spagnoli that in 1960 decided to transform his property on Monte Pulito, in the outskirts of Perugia, into a park for family leisure time, a sort of ideal city that was initially to be called Spagnolia. Inaugurated April 21st of 1963, it can be considered the first example of Italian amusement park. With a huge size for that time period, it occupies multiple hills of Monte Pulito displaying fairy tale recreations, wildlife areas and small mechanical attractions for children, all while being immersed in the rich Umbrian vegetation.


distance >> 50 km

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