The starting point for this itinerary is the main square of Bettona, near the church, town hall and museum. Before setting out, a stroll down the narrow streets of the historic centre is a must and we walk around the town walls, which afford a sweeping view of the valley of Assisi as well as the hills and mountains of much of Umbria.
The starting point for this itinerary is about 1 kilometre from the junction of Via Pievaiola, heading towards Monteleone d’Orvieto, at Vocabolo Casale Fargneto.
The itinerary starts in the centre of Castel Rigone and its main square, going through the streets of this town to head towards the walls to the west. We go along the belvedere and descend towards Rigonella.
The starting point for this itinerary is Fornace, the site of one of Compignano’s ancient brickworks.
We set out from Castelleone, an ancient fortified villane bordering with the district of Todi, and take the wide unpaved road towards Perugia Vecchia (650 m), the site of an extremely old settlement.
The itinerary starts at the lay-by near the sports field along the road linking Ferretto and Petrignano.
Our starting point for this itinerary is the village of Coltavolino, essentially a group of old farmhouses set around a little church and a more important residence, which is beyond Solfagnano
The starting point for this itinerary is the area of Casella Ventia, near the Ventia torrent along the unpaved road linking Morleschio and Colcelli.
The starting point for this excursion is the Montelabate farm. From here we climb briefly along a lovely avenue ...
Our excursion starts at the old school of Serra Partucci. To reach the point of departure of our itinerary, we take the road that links Umbertide and Gubbio, the “Pian d’Assino”, and turn left, taking the road that goes up to Civitella Ranieri, Serra Partucci and Campaola.
The starting point for this itinerary is the junction for La Goga, which can be reached easily from Magione. We take an unpaved road through the cultivated fields in the valley and then turn right, crossing over the Fosso Formanuova. As we climb, we pass by old farmhouses, some of which have been converted into holiday farms.
The starting point for our itinerary is the cemetery of Magione. We follow a path along the crest, crossing through olive groves. Along the way there are scenic views of Lake Trasimeno and its islands; the hamlet visible on the left is Montecolognola.
The itinerary starts from the last houses of Sant’Arcangelo, in the area of Borgo Cenaioli. We go uphill on an unpaved road that goes through olive groves to reach a lay-by managed by the La Marzolana Cooperative and then take the “Sentiero della Pace”, a trail that goes to the edge of the forest.
From the hamlet of Migliano, we reach the summit with the castle, a natural panoramic terrace overlooking the Fersinone valley. We set out from the parking area and take the unpaved road that descends rapidly through an olive grove and woods, bringing us to a four-way intersection.
We set out from the cemetery of Mongiovino, near the sanctuary, and continue along the unpaved road heading towards the hill where we can see the old village of Mongiovino. Walking across the hillside towards Buca del Calcinaro, we go through an area with old farmhouses, some of which in ruins, numerous olive groves, cultivated fields and woods.
This itinerary starts in the square of Fontignano and heads uphill towards Montali. Leaving the village and going around the old tower, we cross terraced olive groves and thickets of downy oaks, then coming upon a panoramic glade planted with cherry trees.
We set out from the park of Montarale, accessible via a panoramic road from Piegaro, which is the tallest peak around Lake Trasimeno (853 m). We take the wide road that goes through a seemingly flat area towards Montegiove and Montegabbione.
We leave from Pian di Nese, which is accessible from San Giovanni del Pantano or Umbertide. We start to climb through an abandoned agricultural area, characterized chiefly by Spanish broom, rockroses and junipers. At certain points, the shrubs give way to small wooded areas.
The starting point for this itinerary is the lay-by across from Villa Galletti. From here we take a track that descends through a forest of oaks, chestnuts and hornbeams, with undergrowth composed of typical shrubs such as holly and butcher’s broom.
The starting point is the parking area of San Marco and, from here, we take the paved road heading towards Monte Pacciano. At the first fork, we take a dirt track that ascends straight to the Church of San Orfeto, in a panoramic position.
The starting point for our itinerary is the square in front of the church of Montemelino. Retracing our steps a little, we take an unpaved road heading uphill, entering the scrub composed mainly of holm oaks, arbutuses, Spanish broom, junipers, heather, laurustinus and rockroses.
The point of departure for this itinerary is the small built-up area of Migiana di Monte Tezio.
The starting point for this walk is the parking area of the small cemetery of Missiano.
We set out from San Giovanni del Pantano and take the paved road towards Pian di Nese.
The starting point for this itinerary is the main square of Passignano, near the town hall. The town merits a visit and after a walk in the centre, we climb the stairs to the historic district.
We set out from the church of Santi Cosma e Damiano at Torale.
We set out from Sanguineto, a small cluster of houses on the first rise towards the hills around the valley between Tuoro and Monte Gualandro.
We set out from the cemetery of Torale (296 m), which is set in an olive grove, and enjoy a leisurely climb to a tiny hamlet ..
We set out from Paciano, which is one of the loveliest villages in Umbria, to climb towards Monte Petrarvella and Monte Pausillo
We set out from the historic district of Città della Pieve and after a walk through its streets,..