Umbria region, also known as "The Green Heart of Italy", is a land of hidden treasures and a unique blend of nature, history, culture, art, traditions. The land, blessed by a favourable climate and by several springs of water, is rich of woods which climb from the valleys up towards higher mountains.

Hills, dominant landscape of the region, are covered with olive groves and vineyards. Their fruits, collected and processed according to traditional techniques with the help of modern technologies, produce some of the purest extra virgin oil and different types of wines of remarkable quality.

Nestled within such emerald green scenery are the Umbrian medieval towns, perfectly preserved, forming a landscape of incomparable beauty. Within the walls of these ancient villages where time seems to have stood still. Life flows slowly, children play in the streets and elder people spend their time chatting in squares before resuming their way home along narrow alleys. 

Even nature provides the setting for a number of outdoor activities amidst rural landscapes, such as hiking, trekking, horse-riding, mountain bike excursions, rafting along peaceful rivers and wild waterfalls, canyoning, free climbing, speleological visits and many more. 
Piediluco Lake
Piediluco Lake
Assisi
Assisi
Bevagna
Bevagna
Montefalco
Montefalco
Narni
Narni
Orvieto
Orvieto
The Abbey of San Pietro in Valle
The Abbey of San Pietro in Valle
Amelia
Amelia
Perugia
Perugia
Marmore Waterfall
Marmore Waterfall
Foligno
Foligno
Carsulae
Carsulae
Spoleto
Spoleto