Agriturismo in Umbria

Veduta dalla Terrazza
Home Photos Flats Where Rates News

Santa MarinellaSANTA MARINELLA - Via S.Marinella 11, Spello 06038 (PG)Santa Marinella

The cottage “Santa Marinella” is surrounded by the wonderful green of the Umbrian countryside and is an ideal place for people who desire a peaceful and confortable stay in contact with nature.The “Santa Marinella“ cottage has also a really strategic position: you can reach the most important historical and artistic towns of Umbria in a few minutes : Spello, Assisi, Bevagna, Montefalco, Perugia, Spoleto, Foligno,Cascata delle Marmore, Trevi, Todi, Orvieto, Narni, Lake Trasimeno, Deruta, Gubbio Norcia, Cascia and Città di Castello.

 

((+39)3389020363    *info@agriturismoinumbria.info

Bed and Breakfast, Agriturismo, Country House e Casa vacanze in Umbria

Italia UK  German
 

Towns , Art and Nature in Umbria

Assisi Assisi

Perugia Perugia

Assisi. is the city of St Francis. What to see : the Basilica of St Francis, the Eremo of the Prisons , the convent of St. Damian, the Palazzo dei Priori in the main Square, the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo and the temple of Minerva. To the plains below the city, one finds the large Basilica of St. Maria of the Angels, erected to protect the Porziuncola Chapel. The geographical position of Assisi completes the beauty of the place, dominated by Mount Subasio, a natural oasis rich of holm oaks and oak trees.

 

Perugia is know for event of international importance, such as “Eurochocolate” and “Umbria Jazz”. What to see: the city walls built by the Etruscans, Piazza Grande, Palazzo dei Priori, the Cathedral, the Fontana Maggiore, Porta Augusto and Porta San Pietro, the Palazzo dellUniversità Vecchia, palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, the St Francio Complex, the poratorio of St Bernardino and the fortress which encircles the oldest part of the city.

Spello Spello

La Cascata delle Marmore Le Marmore

Spello.The heart of Spello is linked to the Roman era, as can be seen by the
greatest number of monuments dating back to the Roman period : the city walls, Porta Consolare, Porta Urbica, Porta Venere, the theatre, amphitheatre, and spas. In the Baglioni Chapel of the Church of St Maria Maggiore thera are the magnificent frescos by Pinturicchio and by Perugino. What to see: the Church of St Claudio, the Church of St Andrea and the Round Church.

 

Cascata delle Marmore.The Waterfalls making dates back to 271 B.C.. This opera is an amazing Roman engineering masterpiece. In the following ages further works of improvement were made until they reached the present shape. The main cavities for the speleological interest are : “la Grotta della Morta”, “la Grotta dei Diaclasi”, “La Grotta delle Colonne” and “La Grotta della Condotta”. Around the watercourse the vegetation is luxuriant and the are many willow trees, alders and holm-oaks (ilexes). There is also a rich water fauna and many species of birds.

Montefalco Montefalco

Spoleto Spoleto

Montefalco is known for its agricultural activities and in particular for the production of a fantastic wine: il “Sagrantino”. What to see : the Church of St Agostino, the Church of Bartolomeo, the Church of St Chiara, the Gates of Federico II, the Church of St Francis, the Church of St. Illuminata, the Church of St Fortunato and the Palazzo Comunale. In the art gallery it is possible to see frescoes such as the tales of St Francis by Gozzoli and the nativity scene by Perugino.

 

Spoleto. In Spoleto there are many historical and artistic sites. What to see: the
Bridge of Towers (a construction more than 200meters long for a height of 80 meters), the Church of St Pietro, the Cathedral with its mosaics and the Church of St Eufemia, the Basilica of St Salvatore, the Church of St Gregorio Maggiore, the Roman bridge, the Church of St Domenico, the Church of St Ponziano, the Church of St Giuliano and the Convent of St Francis. But Spoleto is know also for your international music“Festival dei due Mondi”.

Narni Narni

Bevagna Bevagna

Narni is situated on the Via Flaminia, an important road of the Roman Empire.
Many personalities of great historical and artistic importance lived here such as the renaissance artists Ghirlandaio, Vecchietta, Rossellino and Antoniazzo Romano. What to see: the Romanesque Cathedral, the Church of St Francis, Palazzo dei Priori, the crypt of St Domenico, the ancient Church of St Domenico, the Church of St Restituta, the Palazzo Comunale, Palazzo Scotti, the gardens of St Bernardo, the Convent of St Agostino, the Church of St Margherita, with an interesting cycle of frescoes attributed to Pomarancio.

 

Bevagna. is linked to the Roman era, but what most characterizes Bevagna today is without doubt the Medieval period. What to see : the gates of the city, the Medieval church of the Madonna of the Snow, the Church of St Silvestro, the
Church of St Michael Arch Angel, the gothic Palazzo dei Consoli and the fountain in Piazza Silvestri. In Bevagna every year on June the’s an important fest : the ”Gaite Market”, a reenactment of life in the middle ages which shows Bevagna divided into four quarters.

Trevi Trevi

Foligno Foligno

In the Art Gallery of Trevi we can find the Pinturicchio's 'Madonna' and Spagna's 'the Coronation of Mary'. What to see: the frescos "Perugino's 'Madonna delle Lacrim"', the Church of St Francis, the Palazzo Comunale and the Church of St Emiliano.

 

Foligno is one a medieval town built on the low lying land. What to see: the cathedral of the St Feliciano, the Palazzo Comunale, Palazzo Pretorio, Palazzo Orfini, Palazzo Trinci, the Romanesque church of St Maria Infraportas, the Abbey
of Sassovivo.

Gubbio Gubbio

Lago Trasimeno Il Trasimeno

Gubbio is know throughout the world as the city of the “Corsa dei Ceri”, an old religious holiday. What to see: : the Roman theatre, the Basilica of St. Ubaldo, the Palazzo dei Consoli, the Piazza Pensile, Palazzo Pretorio, Palazzo Beni, Palazzo del Bargello, the Bargello fountain, the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo and the Palazzo Ducale.

 

The Lake Trasimeno Park ( 13,200 hectares) is the largest of the six Umbrian
Regional Parks. At San Feliciano there is the “Fishing Museum”. Forty-four different methods of fishing are placed in relation both to the historical and social context, and the environment. In the museum is documented the technique of the «filet a modano» of San Feliciano.

Orvieto Orvieto

Todi Todi

Orvieto. Orvietto's Cathedral is the principal turist actrattive. What to see: the St Patrick's well, constructed to conserve the water of the Rocca dellArbornoz, one finds the cathedral, Palazzo dei Sette, Palazzo del capitano del Popolo, the church of St Giovenale, Palazzo Soliano, the Church of St Andrea, the Church of St Domenico.

 

Todi. is the birthplace of the poet Jacopone da todi. In the city the turist can discover the beauty of the monuments of the Medieval era and the works of art of
the Renaissance period. What to see: the Palazzo del Capitano, the Palazzo dei Priori, the Cathedral, the Church of St Fortunato and the Temple della Consolazione.

Norcia Norcia

Cascia Cascia

Norcia.is the birthplace of St Benedict, founder of the Benedictine order. What to
see : the Castellina building, the Civic Diocesan museum, the church of St Agostino, the church of St Giovanni, the Church of St Francis. Norcia is also known for its culinary tradition and the local cuisine.

 

Cascia is the city of the St Rita. What to see: the basilica and monastery of St
Rita, the gothic Church of St Francis, the church of St Antonio Abate, the collegiate of St Maria, the towns oldest Palazzo, the church of St Agostino , the  Palazzo Carli. a series of canvases depicting the life of St Antonio Abate, the wooden crucifix and other precious artworks from the 1400s.

Cittą di Castello Città di Castello

Deruta Deruta

Città di Castello. is linked to the Gothic and Renaissance periods. What to see:
the paintings by Raffaello, Domenico Ghirlandaio and Signorelli at the art gallery - Pinacoteca Comunale -, the Church of St Maria Maggiore, the Church of St Francis, the Palazzo del Podestà, Palazzo Comunale, the Cathedral, the Church of St Domenico. Very interesting are also the medieval walls, built to protect the town.

 

Deruta is known for the production of precious majolica and ceramics. Its still
possible to admire the majolica in the ceramic museum of Palazzetto Municipale. What to see: the church of Madonna delle Piagge, the Porta San Michele Archanegelo, the Palazzotto Municipale, the Church of St Francis, the
Church of St Antonio, the Church of the Madonna del Divino Amore.

Home Photos Flats Where Rates News

Santa MarinellaSANTA MARINELLA - Via S.Marinella 11, Spello 06038 (PG)Santa Marinella

((+39)3389020363 *info@agriturismoinumbria.info

Bed and Breakfast, Agriturismo, Country House e Casa vacanze in Umbria

 
 

Links Friends

Global Turism

Resources

SpazioLink.com