SurroundingsUmbria, a land to discover

Umbria, the green heart of Italy, is a territory to be discovered. Lush nature is the protagonist with its parks, forests, lakes and the Marmore Falls, the highest in Europe. A varied area dotted with small Roman and medieval villages, of unique beauty and charm such as Carsulae, Narni and Spoleto, just to name a few. A region rich in history with a lot to tell.
A generous land whose fruits have become typical products, known and sought after all over the world such as oil and Norcia truffles. And finally, a land with a strong religious vocation that narrates the works of the saints who lived here: St. Francis of Assisi, and the Way that led him to Rome, St. Rita of Cascia and St. Benedict of Norcia.



Holy city of Christianity
Inserted in 2000 on the World Heritage List, Assisi is known as the place where St. Francis and St. Clare lived, worked and died. A small town whose Gothic-medieval architectures blend with Mount Subasio on which it stands.


A little Umbrian jewel
Here charm, mystery and legends come together. A town older than Rome itself where the Cardona bridge marks the exact geographical center of Italy and whose Latin name, Narnia, is known to the whole world thanks to C.S. Lewis and his "The Chronicles of Narnia".

Norcia and Cascia

Unique colors and scents
These two villages, located at the foot of the Sibillini Mountains, are known for their link with the Saints who take their name from them: San Benedetto da Norcia and Santa Rita da Cascia, but not only! How can we forget the Flowering of Castelluccio di Norcia or the uniqueness of food and wine products such as the Black Truffle and oil.

Marmore waterfalls

A breathtaking view just 4 km away
Discover the beauty of this enchanting place that has fascinated poets and writers over the centuries and continues to delight thousands of tourists every year. Choose Hotel del Lago and receive a 40% discount on Marmore Falls tickets.


An ancient city from the Roman era
Roman town hall born at the gates of San Gemini, on the Via Flaminia. Thanks to this strategic position Carsulae became a crossroads of trade between Rome and the Adriatic and experienced a moment of great splendor, as the archaeological remains show.

Way of St. Francis

A pilgrimage, a life experience
Depart from Piediluco to walk the path of St. Francis, an itinerary that connects some "places" that testify to the life and preaching of the Saint of Assisi.

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