UMBRIA: Between dream and intellect

There are few regions capable, as Umbria, of exciting intense emotions.
The ancient Umbrian land continues to release mysterious life energies which gently envelop visitors, stirring their curiosity, intellect and heart.

Gaia Art Farm occupies a large rural area on the right bank of the Tevere river, with a spectacular view of Martani Mountains.

Near the town of Marsciano, are scattered hamlets and castles of rare beauty, such as Sant’Apollinare and Spina.

The Fersenone valley is one of the intact places where you can discover waterfalls, waterworn stone and natural vegetation.
The most important buildings of Marsciano are two palaces, Palazzo Pietromarchi (16th century), and Palazzo Municipale (1871), and a theatre, Il Teatro Concordia (19th century).

The narrow streets of an old fortified castle allow visitors to admire parts of the wall and the ancient towers: Bolli, Boccali, Porta Vecchia.

Evocative landscapes of the Fersenone valley where there are scattered medieval castles, of which the most prominent is Castello di Sant’Apollinare, an elegant Byzantine building from the 11th century.