Sabatino&Co is located in the province of Umbria, a region that has a remarkable undiscovered charm and is full of pleasant surprises.Umbria is mostly mountainous and hilly; representing a natural landscape rich in woodlands and water resources. It is crossed by the Apennines by forming numerous valleys and it has a comparatively large lake, the Trasimeno.
Perugia is the region's capital. Terni, Assisi, Gubbio, Orvieto, Todi and Spoleto are some memorable towns in Umbria. Umbria has remarkable traces of the Etruscan civilization where visitors are able to see in the cities of Todi, Bettona, Orvieto and Perugia. The city of Spoleto is full of history seen through the impressive Roman ruins. Other important Roman remains can be found throughout Assisi and Gubbio. The Romanesque architecture thrived in this region at the beginning of the twelfth century; some beautiful examples are the Cathedrals of Spoleto and Assisi (St. Francis’s city), St. Silvestro and St. Michele in Bevagna. The Gothic style reached very high levels, and the imposing examples are present in almost every city. Rich in history and in nature, Umbria offers the Falls of the Marmore, visually magnificent with its natural scenery. The ancient city of Spoleto offers the "Festival dei Due Mondi, established in 1958 it is the center stage for theater, music, ballet and the arts, while you are there, visit Druso's Arch. The most prestigious Umbrian DOC wines are Red Torgiano Reserve, Sagrantino from Montefalco, the notable Orvieto white wine, Montefalco, and Colli Amerini DOC. The wide range in products is contributed by the variety of terrain and microclimates in the areas mentioned above.