Things to do in Umbria

 

Vineyards

Vineyards

Umbria’s gastronomic identity is centred around the local wines. The area is home to several small, family-run vineyards scattered across the Umbrian hills. Take a wine tour and visit the production facilities of labels such as Ravazzi, VitaLunga, Cirulli and Castello della Sala (Antinori).

 

 

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Walking in umbria

Walking

Easy white roads wind throughout the estate and into the countryside beyond. The Umbrian hills are not for the faint-hearted, but they reward the effort with beautiful views over the surrounding landscape.

 

 

 

 

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Horseriding

Horseriding

Il Felcino, an agriturismo two kilometres from Torre Bisenzio, offers riding tours and holidays with their team of friendly and reliable horses. With mounts for all abilities, it’s a charming way to explore the area.

 

 

 

 

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Spa

Spa

Feel the stress and strain of real life drift away with a soak in the natural springs at FonteVerde, in San Casiano di Bagni, 30 minute’s drive from the estate. The whole family can indulge – there’s even a special thermal pool for dogs.

 

 

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Caves under Orvieto

Explore caves under Orvieto

The rocks under Orvieto have been home to a network of tunnels and caves for thousands of years. An hour-long tour takes visitors through the most impressive and easily accessible, including a 40-metre well, a dovecote for edible pigeons and a 20th century bomb shelter.

 

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Jazz festival umbria

The Umbria Jazz Festival

Music fills the air at the biannual Umbrian Jazz Festivals. Both renowned and young local musicians and international artists perform amid cobbled piazzas and ancient churches twice a year – in Perugia in summer and Orvieto in winter.

 

 

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