Ideally located between Umbria, Tuscany and Marche, Borgo Il Molino enjoys an ideal setting if you want to explore paths of nature, art, history and gastronomy.
Ideal place to spend the holidays in complete relax, but not far from the major cities of art: Gubbio, Todi, Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto, Spoleto.

Gubbio

Splendid city of art, culture and traditions. It is one of the most ancient towns of Umbria, wonderfully preserved over the centuries with its medieval charm.

Assisi

Home of St. Francis, a destination for religious tourism and not only, Assisi with its atmosphere is full of valuable points of interest from the Porziuncola to the Basilica of San Francesco, from the Temple of Minerva to the Regional Park of Mount Subasio.

Grotte di Frasassi

Discovered in 1948, considered the largest underground complex in Europe, offer an unique show with a set of underground paths of the length of about 30 km, divided into 8 different geological levels.

Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini

Includes the highest mountain group of the Umbria-Marche. From the highlands of Castelluccio to the Valcastoriana, from the Lake Fiastra to the Valnerina. The territory of the park offers many opportunities for recreation and cultural studies, for an active and intelligent holiday, very closely with a totally unspoilt nature.

Cascata delle Marmore

Spectacular waterfall among the highest in Europe, where the Black River flows rapidly for over three kilometers surrounded by lush vegetation. Ideal place for water sports like rafting, hydro speed, canoayng.

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