Around us you can visit these various locations :
Marmore Falls with its beauty, appear like a roaring column of water that is distribute in 3 waterfalls and covering a drop of 165 mt and the surrounding lush vegetation in a cloud of white foam !!
Assisi is a town in the province of Perugia in Umbria, located on the western flank of Mount Subasio. It is known for being the city where they were born, lived and died St.Francis, patron saint of Italy and St. Clare.
Deruta s a town of 8,935 inhabitants in the Italian province of Perugia, known for the production of artistic ceramics.
Spoleto picturesque and austere city, with an ancient past is a major tourist centers of Umbria, as well as the importance of its archaeological monuments, early medieval and Renaissance,for the interesting cultural events that take place there .
Spello is situated at the foot of Mount Subasio and is approximately 5 km from Perugia and 35 to Foligno. The area of the country stretches to the mountains, hills and plains.
Orvieto is located in the south-western Umbria, in the province of Terni, near the border with the province of Viterbo in Lazio .
Todi there are several theories on the origin of the name of the city; the word may derive from the word "border" ("Tutere"), or from the Etruscan "tudicolare”, or from "tutus" (a fortified place").
Cascia rises to 563 m. sea level, near the "Corno" River. Cascia was born during the Roman period , although this time there remains no artifact due to the ravages of thebarbaric tribes and earthquakes whichhave always disturbed the town and surrounding areas.
Norcia situated on 604 m. sea level, between the rivers Sordo and Torbidone is the town of Norcia, formerly Nursia, the largest city in the district.
Bevagna is an Italian town of 5,156 inhabitants in the province of Perugia , once known for the valuable paintings that were produced , enough to be called "Bevagna " . It is included among the most beautiful villages in Italy and among the Orange flags .
Civita Bagnoregio is formerly known as the Bagnorea . The name probably derives from Balneum Regis , in reference to the presence of thermal waters with therapeutic properties .
Montefalco is an Italian town of 5747 inhabitants in the province of Perugia . Reference point of the wine region in which you produce Sagrantino di Montefalco and Montefalco Rosso .