Umbria is described as being located in the heart of Italy and with neither a coastline or a border with a foreign country, it is also the only landlocked one. Known for it’s verdant hills and valleys, picturesque medieval hill towns and unique cuisine and wines, Umbria will steal your heart!
Our home-base for the ten days stay was Trevi. A picturesque medieval hill town (one of many we will be exploring during our stay), it is perched on top of a steep hill dominating two large valleys and enjoys a spectacular panoramic view of the very heart of Umbria. Within the steep medieval walls, with its cobbled streets, charming piazza and frescoed churches, Trevi is a gem indeed!
Overlooking olive and wine groves, our visit in autumn was accentuated by the vibrant colors of harvest and pleasantly warm sunny days. Renowned for its exquisite oil and wines, unique cuisine and friendly locals, this little villages has much to offer.