A valley surrounded by lofty mountains which has been grown with tobacco, cereals, olive trees and vineyards, 15 fenced acres of land, and a view of a great meadow dotted by wild flowers from the hilltop where Podere Caldaruccio “La Pineta” is situated form the precious backdrop where it lies and it is 550 metres away from a village featuring different shops and buses. The view from the property embraces the two valleys at lower levels. The premises comprise a wood where there are chairs, tables, hammocks and barbecue for meaty meals al fresco, where you can enjoy nature from the saddle, strolling paths going to breathtaking sights, green landscaped grounds and the view of Ramazzano…and the most appealing for children, deers and foxes hiding and running freely among the trees. In the premises which have belonged to the same family for about a century, a vineyard, olive & fruit trees, an orchard and biological garden and by the large chlorine-free Pool.
Seven good reasons to visit Umbria In Umbria you learn to know the meaning of beauty. Umbria is the heart of Italy, but not simply for its geographical position. The region’s wealth of natural and artistic wonders seems almost inexhaustible. Travelling the roads of Umbria is a journey full of surprises, continuously suspended between the signs of a well-preserved past and a vocation for the future that is entirely new, that has reawakened Umbria from a torpor that lasted for centuries (from the Renaissance onward, at least), bringing to light a region that is alive and exquisitely beautiful. Umbria today, reinventing itself fashionable but without overdoing it, has much to offer visitors: sport, culture, museums, epicurean delights, healing waters, and musical events of international renown. Because Umbria is a land of balance, able to assemble a thousand facets and a thousand different souls into a single fresco.