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Our specialty is providing the best Umbria tourism experience for our guests. Not sure what to do in Umbria? Let us help you create an Italian holiday to remember.

At the Casale

Spend your time relaxing by browsing our ever-growing library with a choice of books in Italian, English and some German and French. Enjoy our chess sets, decks of cards, puzzles and other games if you decide to spend a quiet summer afternoon.

Enjoy our agriturismo. Stroll the grounds, the vineyard, the olive grove or relax by the pool.

Within 15km of the Casale

  • Cycling (bicycle quads and scooter hire available with advanced notice), walks in the beautiful countryside, horseback riding tours or lessons can all be arranged.
  • Ask for a picnic basket to take with you for a day trip to Lake Trasimeno or maybe for a picnic under one of our ancient olive trees.
  • Visit the village of Montemelino, dine or boat on Lake Trasimeno or let us suggest additional activities per your liking.

Around the Region

Arts, history and sightseeing

  • Many historical towns of Umbria and Tuscany can be visited on a day trip: Perugia (15km), Assisi (35km), Spello (40km), Cortona (40km), Todi (55km), Orvieto (75km), Siena (100km) and Florence (140km). Rome is a short 1.5 hour drive from the Casale.
  • Some of Italy’s smaller hill towns of Gubbio, Citta‘ della Pieve, Montefalco, Bevagna, Spoleto and countless other places are rich in beauty, history and art.
  • There are smaller enchanting hamlets, perched on top of almost every hill, that offer incredible views, romantic corners and unexpected treasures. Visit Corciano, Solomeo, Castiglione del Lago, Panicale, just to mention a few are in the immediate vicinity.


Umbria is widely known for its local food traditions, which can be tasted in many places. The most important are wine, cheeses, cured meats, mushrooms, truffels and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The Perugina chocolate factory, where the famous Baci are produced, offers factory tours. We are happy to help arrange this for you.

Artisanal Products

With its rich history in handicrafts, Umbria is a paradise for those interested in artisanal products. You can visit the many ceramics workshops in the town of Deruta, world famous for Majolica (ceramic) production. The finest Italian cashmere manufacturers, such as Brunello Cucinelli, and the last traditional hand-weaving workshop in Perugia are some of the artisanal experiences in which you can take part.

Festivals & Fairs

In every month of the year there are festivals and fairs to explore. The most important ones are the Umbria Jazz Festival in July and the Eurochocolate Festival in Perugia in October. There are also many interesting smaller markets and fairs (sagre) in the surrounding towns and ancient hamlets.