Hotels to remember: Montefalco
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Castel San Giovanni
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Besides being of historical importance, Montefalco is well known for its agricultural activities and in particular for the production of a fabulous wine: il Sagrantino di Montefalco. The wine is produced from century old vines, originally imported from Asia by the Franciscan monks, vines which cover an entire hillside for more than 16.000 hectares to which other grapes are added such as San Giovese.
Montefalco enjoys a privileged position compared to other Umbrian cities, boasting a marvelous panorama opening out on to the Topino valley and the Clitunno. As far as the historical center is concerned; worth visiting are 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.
Montefalco: suggestions from the hotels
Because it is possible to combine art and nature: from here you can easily reach some of the most beautiful towns of Umbria as Todi and Spoleto or venture into trekking. (San Pietro Sopra Le Acque Resort & Spa) →
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Trevi is a small medieval borough dozing among the Umbrian hills, here you can taste the famouse Olive Oil DOP from TREVI, the fantastic Red Wine DOC and DOCG, and you can try the funniest Truffles Hunting. Near Assisi in the middle UMbria (Antica Dimora Alla Rocca) →