From Asia to Umbria, the long journey of a plant with magical properties, saffron. A flower whose history is linked to the region as far back as the 13th century and which today represents one of its gastronomic excellences.
A mysterious place, at the same time magical and demonic: the lake in the heart of the Monti Sibillini Park. Close to the summit of Monte Vettore, at 1941 metres above sea level, hides a charming natural lake of glacial origin: Lago di Pilato.
To see the Ceri you have to reach the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo on the top of Mount Ingino, on foot or more comfortably by cable car. To understand what the Ceri represent you have to discover the ancient city at the foot of Mount Ingino: Gubbio.
Imagine a very long ridge of a dragon that runs through Italy from north to south, a huge dragon living in the waters of the Mediterranean: welcome to the Apennines. It is in this ancient landscape that strange creatures "meet"!
Monte Peglia and Selva di Meana Reserve: this is the area of extraordinary beauty that has finally become part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2018. A land between the rivers Paglia and Tiber, between Lake Trasimeno and the mountains of Orvieto.