Il Torrione sits in the middle of the Martani Hills, in the Province of Perugia in the centre of Umbria. The whole area is characterized by the presence of vineyards, olive groves and old farmhouses that have maintained their character and their history.
In the area surrounding “Il Torrione” it is possible to visit:


A charming old medieval town, rich in remains of the past. The dominant ‘Rocca’, is a fortress designed and built in the fifteenth centuary on a triangular plan with a central tower and sides communicating with each other through a system of underground tunnels. It is also known as ‘Rock Sound’ where sounds, voices and noises echoed inside from the time of its erection until abandonment. More widely in the commune of Gualdo Cattaneo there are several castles, including Saragano Castle (originally Suragano) near Il Torrione, which takes its name from the Roman consul Lucius Lucinio Sura who spent his summer holidays there.


Is a town rich in history, with three circles of walls (from Umbrian-Roman, Roman Imperial and medieval era) and imposing city gates. In the heart of the town, Piazza del Popolo meets at a glance some of the main public monuments (Palazzo dei Priori, the Palazzo del Capitano, the Palazzo del Popolo and the Annunciation Cathedral in Romanesque-Gothic style) and many religious buildings, among which the Temple of Our Lady of Consolation, a magnificent Renaissance church built perhaps on the project of Bramante;


With ancient origins, has a well-preserved walled medieval center, and many churches. This small town is also famous for its gastronomic specialties (Montefalco Sagrantino's wine production area, oil, honey) and for handmade pottery and textiles. To expand.


Was once known for the valuable clothes that were produced there (processing of hemp), and after which "Bevagna" was named. Bevagna has one of the most harmonious medieval squares in the region, and the narrow streets are full of wine, typical food products (oil, wine, truffles), and handicrafts shops;


An ancient city, shows evidence of the evolution of its history: from the city walls (even prehistoric) to the Roman theater, from the ancient buildings to the places of worship. It's a cultural center known throughout the world: the Festival of the Two Worlds takes place there. The cathedral has many magnificant works of art including an apse painted by Filippo Lippi and frescoes by Pinturicchio;


Together with its ancient history, is known for the mystical emotions it inspires. In fact Francis, born in Assisi between 1181 and 1182, is the Saint who, with his work, will mark the history of the place and the humanity. Assisi was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2000.