Due to its exposed location on a mountain above the valleys of Topino and Clitunno, Montefalco offers the viewer a breathtaking panorama of the surrounding landscape. Therefore, Montefalco is also called the balcony of Umbria. Montefalco has always been famous for its wines, as evidenced by the ancient frescoes of Benozzo Gozzoli in the church of San Francesco


With its extraordinarily beautiful historic centre, the cradle of Medieval civilisation, Todi has preserved excellent examples of Etruscan, Roman and Renaissance culture. Museums, churches, palaces and buildings, streets and alleyways: just look around to relive its dreamlike atmosphere, echoes of its distant past. The home of the Franciscan monk and Lyricer Jacopone da Todi offers not only a rich selection of art, but is also a stronghold of traditional crafts


Located in the middle of the mountains Martani Spoleto is like a large open-air museum. Even Goethe stoped here on his trip to Italy in 1786, also because of the famous aqueduct Ponte delle Torri, which leads to the castle Rocca Albornoziana. The Ponte delle Torri is the starting point for many hikes to historic sites and the surrounding natural beauty