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Magliano Sabina thanks to its strategic location at only 50 kilometers from Rome and others locations of artistical attractions, it’s an ideal place where to spend holidays and visit nearby: Rome,Viterbo, Orvieto, Spoleto and Siena.
The Sabine hills in Italy, somewhat overshadowed by their more famous neighbours of Tuscany and Rome, remain firmly rooted in their traditional way of life. Despite the close proximity to Rome, Sabina is a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The landscape of the Sabine hills is more lush and green than you might expect. This area of the Rome countryside is a patchwork of olive groves and vineyards, dotted with ancient monasteries and medieval villages.
At only few kilometers from Villa Surya there is a little villages of great beauty Calvi dell’ Umbria (5 km) famous for its murals,Narni medioeval village,then Civita Castellana (8km) known for its ceramics, Viterbo (20 km), known as the city of Popes, medioeval city and its Terme, Soriano del Cimino, Civita di Bagnoregio.
Nature – Flora and Fauna in Sabina
As well as being countryside, the Sabina area also includes various protected natural habitats, parks and nature reserves. These areas include wetlands, forests, rivers, lakes and mountain habitats, all of which provide a haven for various types of Flora and Fauna.
Artistical & Cultural Itineraries
Historical and Cultural Itineraries
CALVI DELL’ UMBRIA
stands on a spur of limestone up from the wooded slopes of Monte San Pancrazio, a landscape dominated by hills covered with vineyards and olive groves that sweeps up the valley of the Tiber. The historicall center, consisting of the castle and the houses of the village, spread along a series of medieval lanes that rise and fall between the arches, the walls and the murals accompany the walks in the alleys of the medieval village.
SIENA a KM 160
it’s a tourist destination of great historical value. It 's a little inclined to half-size city, along with passionate and contemplative as its streets , uphill and downhill, now steep narrow hours that lead all the splendid Piazza del Campo. Walking around the city is pervaded by a sense of tranquility that is well associated with the green hills that characterize the Tuscan territory. They meet streets full of details to discover that reveal surprises and unexpected angles. Thus, on the Piazza del Campo, you can move to the Cathedral through the steep steps of the baptistery, before heading for the Hospital of Santa Maria della Scala, now a museum.
PERUGIA a 120 KM
120 km the center, partly surrounded by the ancient Etruscan and medieval walls, is equipped with a magnificent heritage and it is an attractive tourist destination. Perugia today is the fact the extraordinary result of the various artistic influences during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Within the marble used in the construction of numerous churches and important buildings, curbs and arches that surround the old streets.
ORVIETO a KM 30
is established on a tuff cliff, overlooking the valley below, is an outstanding example of integration between nature and human activity. Visiting this town is like going through the story, because you get together, concentrated, the traces of all ages for almost three millennium.
SPOLETO a 60 km
remains substantially intact its old, medieval period when it was first Lombard duchy, and then an important center of the State pontificio.
VITERBO a 30 km
located on the slopes of Monti Cimini, the city has a large center of medieval walled, surrounded by modern suburbs, south-west, lie the archaeological sites and spas . Viterbo is known as the "City of Popes" in the thirteenth century the papacy was, and it’s is testimoniated to Palazzo dei Papi , with the famous lodge formed in one side of seven arches supported by slender twin columns that are intertwined.