What to do here?

Once you get tired of swimming or sunbathing around the pool, there are so many different things you can do to have fun: horse riding in the surrounding green hills, rafting along the Nera river, walking or biking in town or on the mountain paths, or discovering the artistic and architectural treasures of Spoleto and the many towns in the vicinity: Assisi, Perugia, Spello, Montefalco, Norcia, Todi and many other less famous but fascinating places are there for you to discover the charm of the past ad the well cherished art treasures.And last but not least, explore the Umbrian gastronomic tradition and its delicious, genuine foods, including locally grown truffles, keeping an eye to the local wines waiting to surprise you with their flavor and taste.


 


Discover Spoleto...

Spoleto is there for you to discover, with the many beautiful churches, old Roman sites and medieval narrow streets and stone walls. Centuries of history and art will  delight you, together with nice cafes, restaurants, handicraft shops and boutiques all around town. Spoleto and its treasures are waiting for you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
...and great wine and food!

Umbria produces some of the best olive oil in the world and is home to the precious black truffle; here you can also find exquisite pecorino cheese and exceptional pork and wild boar prosciutto and salami.One of Italy’s finest wines, Sagrantino di Montefalco, comes from this charming town a 20 minutes drive from Spoleto. So what's better, after a day in the nature or a lazy afternoon spent by the pool, than exploring a nice, family trattoria in town or in the countryside for a delicious dinner?
 



 


            ...its cultural life...
The 58th edition of the Festival of the Two Worlds will take place between June 26 June and 12July 2015! Take the great chance to attend the 2 weeks of performances in dance, music, theatre and opera to enjoy yourself every night in the most beautiful settings of Spoleto Historic centre! And then the Dance Week in March, the Festival Piano in April,   the Opera Season in September and many other cultural events take place all year round. 
 

 

And then go ...
... horse riding on the hills and valleys surrounding Spoleto and enjoy the most beautiful Umbrian landscapes;
...hiking and biking , forgetting the evnoise and plunging yourself in the purest nature. Among the many choices, the Franciscan itinerary  will take you along the footprints of San Francesco d'Assisi;

...or rafting along the Nera River, an exciting way to spend a day in the nature for everybody, from the inexperienced to the most skilled enthusiast.