Our agritourism, nestled in Gubbio’s green countryside, offers many opportunities for nature lovers who, in the tranquillity of these places, can dedicate themselves to walks, nature trails, cycling, trekking, nordic walking, birdwatching and the gathering of aromatic and medicinal herbs. A pleasant bike ride through the picturesque landscapes of this place allows you to reach the center of Gubbio in a few minutes.

The protected area where I Gelsi di Santa Cristina is situated is populated by many wild animals and during excursions it is possible to catch sight of deer, hares, foxes, pheasants and porcupines, as well as numerous species of birds that enliven the air with their singing . You can also visit the neighbouring organic farms, see their farm yard animals and enjoy their many products made using traditional, environmentally friendly methods.

Our garden has a number of trees, including, peach, apricot, pear, cherry, plum and fig, that supply the guests of the agritourism with naturally cultivated fruits.

Savouring traditional food is one of the best ways to learn more about the culture of the place you are visiting, as well as being one of life’s pleasures. It is for this reason that we have decided to organize, on request, cooking lessons to learn how to make some traditional Umbrian dishes using organic raw materials that have been produced locally. In this way you will be able to take a small part of your holiday home with you.

Gubbio is a town rich in art and, for those wishing to visit it, we organize guided tours by experienced archaeologists who will tell you the history of the area and help you to discover its most striking characteristic. Our agritourism is an excellent starting point for visiting some of the most fascinating places in Umbria, such as Perugia; Assisi; Lake Trasimeno; Via Francigena; Todi and the Frasassi Caves in an itinerary of history, art, but also food and wine specialiaties and pure relaxation.

Sports and adventure enthusiasts can find activities that are more congenial to them at the nearby Monte Calvo and Monte Cucco, popular take-off areas for hang gliders and paragliders.