Mount Subasio Regional Park
This natural park covers the areas of Assisi,
Spello and Nocera Umbra. It offers many
enchanting waterfalls and breathtaking views of
Assisi. Amidst the green hills you can find also the
famous Eremo delle Carceri, a place of
spiritual meditation of St Francis.
Mount Sibylline National Park
A natural park which covers the area between the
two Italian regions: Umbria and Marche. The name
comes from an ancient belief that these lands
were inhabited by the prophetess Sybille. The
territory is particularly famous for the rich
fauna and flora.
Trasimeno Lake Regional Park
Trasimeno Lake is the fourth lake of Italy and
it is important from a naturalistic point of
view especially for the water bird species and
the lake fishes. It includes plenty
of walking itineraries and horseback tours.
Mount Cucco Park
This park is situated in the areas of Gubbio and
Sigillo and part of Marche region. It offers
some of the most important caves in Italy.
Mount Tezio Park
This park, located in the centre of the region
between Gualdo Tadino and Perugia is a very
suggestive spring destination.
This park covers great part of the Nera River
and includes the Marmore Waterfalls, one of
Europe's most important waterfalls. It offers
many types of water sports.
WWF Oasis of Colfiorito
This is an important WWF Oasis which presents
rare botanical species and exceptional water
Villas and Gardens
Umbria offers many beautiful villas with
historical gardens and botanical gardens. Among
them we suggest a visit to: the Pincio
Gardens in Assisi, a XIX Century garden with
rich vegetation, lakes and open-air theatre;
Villa Montesca in Cittą di Castello with
exotic species; Villa Fidelia in Spello,
a wonderful villa with a XV century Italian
garden and the Eremo Camaldolese in
Sant'Angelo near Todi, an ancient convent
founded in 1226 with a marvellous Mediterranean