Why visit MONTEFALCO?
Because given its position of high ground, is called "the railing of Umbria" and you can enjoy a magnificent view overlooking the Valle Umbra to the west and the Spoleto mountain to the east.
Because visiting Montefalco means breathing the air of the land where the best Umbrian wine is produced and exported all over the world, the famous Sagrantino di Montefalco, red wine docg.
Because it is the land where they are produced among the most valuable Umbrian fabrics, through the art of hand loom, that from ancient times, still survives in this little village.
Because here between 1450 and 1452 worked one of the greatest Italian Renaissance artists, Benozzo Gozzoli who painted the apse of the Church of Saint Francis, with the life of the Saint, now turned into a museum and which also boasts frescoes by Pietro Vannucci, called Perugino.