Quad excursions are certainly among the most popular and requested activities to be carried out within the Monte Subasio Park. By contacting the Assisi In Quad Association, you will be guided to discover the green heart of Italy aboard exciting four-wheeled motorcycles; a mix of relaxation and adventure in the gentle Umbrian hills.Continue reading Quad excursions on Mount Subasio
Mount Subasio is a paradise for lovers of trekking; there are many excursion opportunities for experts and amateurs. One of the most characteristic is, without doubt, the one that goes up the Marchetto Canyon to discover the spectacular gorges carved by the river.
The eastern side of the park is particularly rich in springs, ditches and streams that allow rainwater to run off from the top of Subasio. Continue reading Excursions on Subasio: Marchetto Canyon
Subasio overlooks the town of Assisi and the valley of the central Umbria, it is a fantastic place to practice paragliding and hang gliding, and it is common to see the experts fly over the Seraphic Civitas. You observe them and think how exciting it would be stay up there with them!
From several years, a group of riders with proven flight experience, shares his passion, allowing everyone a unique experience in a unique place. Continue reading Paragliding in Two: flight on Subasio Park
From Armenzano, the heart of the park, there are many paths of CAI linking this Subasio‘s village with the rest of the Umbria (Assisi, Spello, Valtopina, Nocera Umbra, Gualdo). The trail, marked with the number 59(renumbered 359) is short (4 km), but rather technical and one of the most rich in history.
By departing from Armenzano (m759), ancient medieval castle, it go down in an unpaved road that leads to Nottiano, agricultural agglomeration of franciscan memory. Here in 1219, Francis met Blessed John, one of the first followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. Continue reading Excursion from Armenzano at Valentino’s Mill, along the Anna
The Italian agrifood has Umbria as a region of excellence. A deep agricultural tradition, a respect for the territory, the quality of products and the delicious cuisine make known our region in the world. In this context, Open Cellars, the event proposed by the Wine Tourism Movement, has in Umbria one of its flagships.
In the Assisiate territory around the Subasio, the culture of the vine has an importance comparable to the olive; local producers have received prestigious awards with quality labels such as “Villa Fidelia” Red.
Trekking lovers get ready; today we’ll do the crossing of Mount Subasio from Assisi to Spello for the CAI (Italian Alpine Club) trails. The journey is long but not difficult and concentrates within it the best that Umbria has to offer: the historical and architectural wonders of two of the most beautiful medieval towns in the region, the Franciscan spirituality of the hermitages, the pristine nature, the landscape, and the traditions.
To complete the path, it is necessary a full day of walking (6-7 hours). On the foothills of Subasio Continue reading Excursion from Assisi to Spello along the Trail of Mortai
Assisi and the area around the Subasio are for tourists always a new discovery. If you arrive with the intention only to visit the Basilica of San Francesco inevitably comes home with, in the head, a new route for next year. Today is the turn of the Porziano Castle. The small fraction defines the boundary between the City of Assisi and those of Nocera Umbra and Valfabbrica.
Human settlements in the area date back to Roman times and the origin of the name, as in the case of other villages such Continue reading The Porziano Castle of Assisi
In Armenzano, village of Assisi, located in the uncontaminated scenery of the Subasio, there are me, my family, my farmhouse and B&B. We inherited and brought up this small estate in scenery of Franciscan memory, in contact with nature that so much inspired St. Francis’s life.
My mother and her ancestors have always lived here and I do not deny to be very attached to this place. Then, my “work” made it, to my eyes, even more beautiful. Here, in fact, I met lovely Continue reading That ancient house in the woods at Armenzano of Assisi