Our nearest town, surrounded by a moat is great on a Wednesday for market day day and Saturday for the organic market. A real experience of how the local Italians live.
Buy your fresh produce here, all seasonal and local. There are also a variety of supermarkets .
There are lots of festivals going on throughout the year which are nice to visit.


Umbertide (Italian pronunciation: [umˈbɛrtide]) is a town and comune (township) of Italy, in the province of Perugia and in northwestern Umbria, at the confluence of the Reggia river and the Tiber. It is 30 km (19 mi) North of Perugia and 20 km (12 mi) South of Città di Castello. With 16,607 inhabitants according to the 2017 census, Umbertide is one of the larger towns of Umbria; and basically flat. It is an industrial center producing machine tools, textiles, packaging material, and ceramics. Olive oil is produced, especially in Pierantonio and in its southwestern part.


Main sights

Although there are remains of the medieval walls, a few medieval houses, and part of the Rocca of Umbertide, or citadel, many of Umbertide’s best monuments are of later periods.

  • Churches
    • Santa Maria della Reggia is the main church in town, a collegiate church often referred to simply as the Collegiata: it is an octagonal 16th century brick building topped by an elegant cupola, housing a few paintings by Niccolò Circignani.
    • Santa Maria della Pietà with the attractive funerary chapel of the counts of Sorbello, is late medieval and Renaissance church.
    • Santa Croce is a 17th‑century church, now housing a painting gallery, including a Deposition by Luca Signorelli.
    • San Francesco is the largest church, built in Gothic architecture: in the early 21st century it was undergoing a major restoration that promised to be protracted.
    • Cristo Risorto twentieth‑century church.

Beyond the city limits, the township’s principal monuments are:

  • Castle of Civitella Ranieri, 5 km (3 mi) NE, one of the best-preserved medieval fortresses in Umbria.
  • Abbey of S. Salvatore di Montecorona 4 km (2.5 mi) S, which has a beautiful eleventh‑century crypt with early Romanesque capitals and naïve 18th century painted ceilings.
  • Castle of Polgeto, a medieval structure
  • Abbey church of S. Bartolomeo de’ Fossi, sited on a sharp ridge with distant views on either side
  • Borgo Santa Giuliana: a walled medieval village