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The view from the top is breathtaking. On one side, you see Asissi and Monte Amiata, on the other Monti Siblini and gran Sasso. Add to that the horses grazing freely around, the place is a heaven. And the best of it all, it is...More
Mount Subasio park is well worth visiting to get an experience of the natural world around Assisi and the small towns and villages that are within the park. There's history and ancient hill villages, chasms, thick forests and dry scrubland.
There are some excellent b...More
Wonderful place. Completely immersed in greenery and uncontaminated nature. However, there is a need to be very careful about signposting during the journey, the risk of getting lost is very high. Very suggestive and suitable for those who love long walks in the middle of...More
From our small seater plane the outline is rounded, rising isolated between the triangle of Spello, Assisi and Nocera Umbra, its beauty spreading to the spectacular high Appenines. It's no wonder the park was regarded sacred considering it s mystical and magical surroundings. On the...More
We drove through small and ancient villages (like Collepino), through a great views, colorful fields, and habitants who live peacefully with the surroundings.
Curved and winding roads, some through the woods, some overlooking distant castles on the hills, some go near unseco sites, some pass...More
Make an effort and drive the numerous hairpins to find oneself on the grande piano of Mt Subasio it is a wonderful place and in the spring it is covered in beautiful flowers rather like a Wild meadow. If you go up at about 7.30pm...More