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What to do in Todi - Umbria


A unique experience: a food tasting on a terrace 5 meters high, in a walnut forest with the skyline of Todi kissed by the sun or illuminated by the moon.

You will savor the sight, enrich the taste, amaze the touch, delight the smell and enchant the hearing: you will discover that your senses are 5 and that you can use them all in the space of a dinner … An experience you will not forget! “


Easy route approx. 34 km (round trip) in 2 h and 30 asphalted roads and beaten dirt roads – difference in altitude 300 meters approx. Recommended in the morning departure h. 09.30 approx. Or from 17.30

The E-bike as a means of mobility: from today use it to explore the area during your holidays. Delivery of the bikes to the hotel and departure for a half-day excursion to the cellar with tasting.
Route 1 Cantine Todini – Cantine Sobrano
Route 2 Cantine Roccafiore and Peppucci difference in altitude approx. 400 mt Medium Level Route


An unforgettable day with Silvia and Valerio in a special place.

The day begins with your driver who will pick you up at your facility and take you to Silvia and Valerio’s house, a small organic farm, here Silvia will reveal the secrets of her Umbrian cuisine: the cake with text, the roll, the panzanella, the monococcum wheat ice cream .. the oldest wheat variety in the world, and you will delight your palate with what you have cooked and you will taste it, in a special place .. in the trees !. A terrace 3 meters high with the skyline of Todi in front of you! At the end you will be taken back to the hotel.


Half day dedicated to visiting the Leo Wild Park.

Within a large property, a large area hosts numerous specimens of animals, including exotic ones, which have found a habitat favorable to development and reproduction.

The Leo Wild Park educational farm is an oasis nestled in the Umbrian hills, born from the dream of a child who loved animals and who grew up making them a reason for living. In this magical and wild place you can live in close contact with nature and animals, thus enjoying a typical day as a farmer. In the park you can get to know and admire various species of camelids, donkeys, horses, poultry, various species of ducks, up to giraffes, zebras and flamingos. The educational paths offered by the “Leo wild park” are aimed at children, teenagers and adults and will give you the opportunity to appreciate country life and escape from the chaos of the city.
OPTIONAL Lunch or dinner at the L’altro Relais restaurant


route approx. 1.5 km in 2 hours – altitude difference approx. 350 mt – Recommended in the morning or late afternoon from 17.00

Discovering the hidden places of Todi, a pleasant 2-hour walk in the company of Elisa, who will be waiting for you in the main square of Todi. You will go to the discovery of magical and unknown places, such as the church of the Nunziatina, the complex of Lucrezie, the monastery of SS. Annunziata which preserves one of the oldest pipe organs in Italy, a path that will delight the eyes and the spirit. At the end, aperitif in the square.

We recommend for this excursion, comfortable shoes and a bottle of water, sun hat.


How about a visit to one of the most beautiful Umbrian wineries and a relaxing break in a beautiful spa?

1. Tasting of 4 premium glasses with mixed platter, guided tour of the cellar, spa:
2. Tasting of 4 premium glasses with mixed platter, guided tour of the cellar, spa, dinner with set menu 3 courses
3. Spa entrance and wine and truffle bath, path with chromotherapy Turkish bath and bath in the tub while savoring a glass of delicious wine


Medium route 3.3 km – Slope 420 meters approx. – Travel time 1 h –
Are you ready for our bike ride?

Our expert will bring you e-bikes to your facility (within 20 km) otherwise the meeting point will be our office and departure for the discovery of the alleys and artisan shops of Todi, two hours up & down Todi, for a different point of view of the city! The tour ends with an aperitif in one of the most panoramic bars in the city.


Prenota la tua escursione a cavallo alla scoperta di paesaggi e borghi incontaminati, divertente e affascinante per tutta la famiglia!


The Teatro della Concordia (1808) is the smallest historical active theater in the world.

All the characteristics of the greatest classical theaters but in miniature.

Things to do in Perugia


The day begins with an appointment with the guide in the fascinating and unique context of the Church of San Francesco delle Donne in Perugia, where the memory of ancient weaving techniques is preserved, with which timeless fabrics are still created that carry history with them. art and the Umbrian territory.The Giuditta Brozzetti Atelier Museum is one of the last hand weaving workshops in Italy where you can admire ancient looms from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in operation and learn about their history.A history not only of techniques, but also of the decorative motifs already present in the paintings of Giotto, of Ghirlandaio, up to Leonardo da Vinci: an ancient history that has come down to today thanks to the work of women and the figure of Giuditta Brozzetti, who at the beginning in the twentieth century he founded the laboratory / school with the aim of giving new life to the glorious Umbrian textile tradition. Continuation to the Moretti Caselli studio.The activity of Studio Moretti Caselli formally began in 1858, with the work done by Francesco Moretti at the cathedral of Todi. It was, in fact, a first research laboratory on ancient glass painting techniques.Starting in 1862, a real studio was installed, to which a technical laboratory was attached, in the former convent of S. Domenico in Perugia. In 1875 the laboratory was moved to another city structure, the former convent of S. Francesco al Prato. The last and definitive move of the Studio-Laboratory took place in 1895 in the building located in the current Via Fatebenefratelli, purchased the previous year by Moretti from the Free University of Perugia.


2 hours of walking in the company of our guide, who will be waiting for you in Perugia, for a tour of ancient Perugia, through alleys and alleys, and with a final stop in an ancient grocery store that is more an experience for the sight and the sense of smell

Chocolate lesson PERUGINA FARM

Departure for our GooD shop where you can taste a platter of cured meats, cheeses and legumes of Umbrian excellence, at the end continue to the Perugina Chocolate House, guided tour of the Museum and the factory, small chocolate tasting and departure for return.

Exploring Umbria


ANCIENT PILIGRIMAGE ROUTES on foot or by bicycle

Our structure will be happy to accommodate those who walk or cycle these wonderful streets.

Pilgrimage routes in Central Italy have always been very popular. And not only because of the fact that there are over 6 thousand paths in Italy, but also because of their importance in the religious world.
Many of the itineraries pass near the ancient churches, now lost. Other routes run along the seafront, climb up to the peaks, then descend to the clearings.

Very popular is the Cammino di San Francesco  (Visit Francescosway website). It continues among silent and sacred forests, in the midst of the crosses hidden in the greenery. The walk starts from the Sanctuary of La Verna, then runs through the Apennine mountains, crosses the places in Umbria where San Francesco stopped and ends at the Convent of San Giacomo.
One of the most important pilgrimage routes in Italy is certainly the Via Francigena. It extends for almost 1,700 kilometers and, in the past, connected the English city of Canterbury with Rome. Beyond Rome, the road continues to Puglia.
Pilgrims can only travel a part of the Francigena, the one that crosses Central Italy. Not surprisingly, according to many, the most evocative route takes place in this area, winding through Umbria, Lazio and Tuscany.

We also remember:
The Way of St. Benedict. It too was among the most popular of the past, while today it is less known, but it is still one of the most important pilgrimage routes in Central Italy. The Way of St. Benedict is divided into 16 stages and is approximately 310 kilometers long. The average distance that can be covered for each stage is about 20 kilometers. The journey begins in Umbria and ends in Campania, on the border with Lazio. Along the way it is possible to visit all the monasteries where San Benedetto stopped.

The Coast 2 Coast: from the Adriatic to the Tyrrhenian Sea on foot or by bicycle.

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