The wellness agritourism Trevi is located in the green valley of Trevi.
The beautiful terrace with splendid pool offer a broad view of the valley below ..
It is present a small but well-equipped spa area which is only one of the possibilities to obtain a total
Psychophysical wellness. The agritourism is located into the resort Alvanischio a tiny hamlet in the very luxuriantly countryside. It is a quaint little village that has not been touched by the passage of time, It is visible in fact the rustic look of the various houses of the place. There are else present, many centuries olive trees including Sant’Emiliano olives, one of the oldest in the world with its 1700 years of history. Alvanischio is located in the municipality of Trevi, an ancient medieval city, the citadel is regarded as the birthplace of olive oil.
Attached to the activity it is present the way Franchigena, for lovers of the pilgrimage,
trekking, and the ancient Roman aqueduct, still used today, as a way to reach the town of Trevi.
A FABULOUS WEDDING
To make your wedding truly memorable we offer a wedding planning service
built on your needs. We create a coordinated study of All of yours ceremony’s steps,
of every detail of the event and every service you choose. We will follow the whole
paperwork that concerns both the civil unions and religious. We will plan your
stay and stay of your guests, advising the activities that you will able to do during the holiday period.
We will coordinate you During the whole day of the event, we will be present and will check all the events.
You will have the certainty to not have surprise because we will plan together costs incurred following your idea of the budget.
– Tours and coordination of movements
We will propose you, in collaboration with our international partners, the best tours that you can make
During the stay for your wedding in Italy.
Why don’t have an experience of a land of great charm, dotted with an atmospheres of small medieval villages as Bevagna, Montefalco and Giano of Umbria where there are vineyards that produce the famous Sagrantino, a wine considered among the most delicious in the world. Villages such as Spello, Corciano, Castiglione del Lago or Narni counted among the most beautiful villages in Italy. We will offer tours, guided tours to the art cities, wine tasting or food, your honeymoon in Italy, days on golf courses, relaxing days in spas, tours of the outlets and much more!
In addition we will advise you and organize transfers from / to the airport during your stay using minivan or bus. In addition, among the various tours that we propose, we offer also what
[Touches the art cities of Rome, Venice and Florence, inevitable stages of your trip to Italy.
As for the culinary part, we propose you some inevitable steps to enjoy the true traditions of Umbria and Italian with a tour that includes Foligno Bevagna and Montefalco.
– Selection and Catering Rental equipment
We selected the best catering, blending modern and traditional cuisine, to take you on a
unique sensory journey . Elastic menu and tailored to the needs of our guests.
We take care of organizing every reception following the personal style of Our Wedding.
We give the opportunity to each couple to spend an evening tasting menu of the
Marriage day so you are sure to have chosen the perfect solution for your event.
– Wedding Cake Design
Our Cake Designers realize for you beautiful Wedding Cake in sugar paste or
following the Italian tradition; you can create your wedding cake to your liking from
the most classic to the most extravagant both in form and taste.
We can offer many other products of the classic Italian pastry from the English one to the American.
– Floral Arrangements
In a wedding extra special care must be given to the selection and study of the floral arrangements and
also of the decorations.
In fact, based on proposals which we will submit it together we will determine the style of your
Marriage always having extreme attention to detail, respecting the harmony with the environment and
while remaining consistent with the theme of the day.
– Advice on the selection of dresses Bride and Groom
We will be your consultant in the choice of the wedding dress, the groom’s attire and the wedding ceremony so that all of your outfit will result perfect.
We would be nearby during the choice of your rings and if you want unique pieces and totally customized
we can propose goldsmith that can realize the model you imagine.
– Hair stylist make-up and cosmetic
We have selected the best make-up artists and specialized hairstylists who collaborate together after
listening to your needs, having read the model of your dress and carried out various trials, to create
your image for your wedding day.
We work with only the best salons, our suppliers can receive you in their living room or join you in the place where there will be preparations.
– Photographic Service and video of the event
Capture the magical moments of your wedding day, and in the way you want it is the task
Our selected photographs.
In fact this is a task of great responsibility and every memory over the years will be
filtrate through those same photos.
Our photographs follow your request agreeing with your needs and according to your tastes.
The photos and videos will capture your emotions and best moments of all your guests and they will help you remember that day for your whole life together.
– Musical accompaniment
Of fundamental importance is the soundtrack of your wedding, we offer accompaniments
music for your ceremony and reception according to your taste in music in the meantime for the after dinner we propose DJ or live band.
Any other time of the marriage may well be marked by an appropriate style for that time and so stay even more imprinted in your memories and those of your loved ones!
– Live Theme
We offer themed shows, like medieval shows with jugglers, fire eaters, dancers with medieval suitss or Renaissance, flag bearers and drummers, fireworks, entertainment, clowns, babysitting, concerts of various artists, choreographers that will create the choreography for you and for your guests … and any other request that comes to mind !!!!
– Car rental ceremony
According to the style of your wedding we offer you a wide range of Italian Vintage car or
modern and luxurious cars that you can drive in person or to have a driver who can take you to your marriage or in the various tour chosen by you.
Invitations, investments, thanks savings, putting booklets, menus, guest books, tableau de mariage, wedding favors and wedding list: create a common thread following the coordinated implementation of all these little details will give to your wedding that extra touch in which we are specialized.
TERRITORY AND NATURE
Umbria is always referred to as the green heart of Italy. Its natural beauty and history are
praised for centuries by writers, sculptors and painters and in recent years we remember as the Washington Post
First and most recently National Geographic Traveler have praised its beauty, not considering it more as the “Tuscany of the poor”. Umbria possesses a wide variety in terms of landscape, we find the hill mainly, but also the most mountainous parts. There are numerous protected natural areas: the Park of Monte Cucco, the park of Mount Subasio, the Lake park, Trasimeno, the Tiber river park and the Nera. Remember also the National Park Monti Sibillini shared with Marche region. Recall also the presence of numerous archaeological finds can be seen at the National Archaeological Museum of Umbria and also other sites both in the province of Terni and Perugia. There are immortal masterpieces from the artistically point of view, Romanesque churches, Gothic cathedrals, basilicas and ancient buildings that are still the testimony of the vital role of Umbria in the national artistic production. There are also numerous local events that take place throughout the year, linked to the religious tradition, and also others not linked with it.
Trevi The town is unmistakable since the freeway coming up on a hill on which it rests sinuous, with its characteristic cone shape encloses all its beauty. The origin of Trevi was lost in the mists of time. Latin authors classify Cano as a city of Umbria and the recent discovery of an inscription confirms it, but in its territory settled prehistoric civilizations, as attested Palaeolithic finds. In the late Middle Ages, and the Renaissance had its best time, characterized by extraordinary businesses (it was called the “dry port”) and lively cultural activity. In 1469 there was built one of the first pawnbroking and in 1470 he planted a printers? A, the fourth in Italy, managed by the first company typographical? ca of which we have any record. Off? Re also a unique experience from the culinary point of view, besides the already mentioned olive oil (one of the most good in the world) we have the delicious black celery and Trebbiano wine. Trevi is located along the Franciscan path quaint street that starts from Lazio and arrives to Tuscany. This route can be done on foot or by bike. Not far from Trevi there are others beautiful places that have helped make the Umbria famous worldwide. Recall between these, Perugia Assisi and Spoleto. A few km from the wonderful location we find another naturalistic sight.
The sources of Clitunno. Famous since the times of ancient Romans who extolled the beauty, We cite among others Properzio, Silio Italico, Statius, Juvenal, Claudian and obviously Virgil, Dante bard. More recently Carducci has dedicated an entire poem “At the sources of Clitumno” composed during his stay in Spoleto in 1876. We recall also another small Umbrian great pride, the temple above the Clitunno, inserted in 2013 in the World Heritage List by UNESCO. This wonderful spectacle of nature, was affected by the passage of time, is a stop not to be missed to enjoy most of your stay in Umbria.
Perugia is the capital of the Umbria region, its historic center lies on an acropolis approximately 450 m s.l.m. Is a city rich in history reconted by the most famous writers, starting from Dante, through Charles Dickens leading to Carducci. It offer a wonderful landscape to enjoy a panorama towns and breathtaking, making you feel on top of the world. The first settlements date at the time of the Etruscans and the city is characterized by well-5 medieval villages in the interior.
Let’s move on to Assisi, known throughout the world for being the birthplace of St. Francis. Visiting Assisi is an experience that can give peace of mind, his typical and characteristic ups and downs will make you discover small alleys and characteristic corners leading to the magnificent Upper Basilica, work commissioned in honor of the patron saint of Italy.
We finally find Spoleto, a town less known but with many features that will make you stay with open mouth. Also this city was built in ancient times, located in the south of Umbria, very close to Trevi. Inhabited since the Bronze Age, he has gone through many historical vicissitudes. The story tells that it was destroyed in 1155 by Frederick Barbarossa, but despite this, for centuries has been an important administrative political center and it is still famous for the important Festival of Two Worlds which takes place every year in summertime.
Welcome to the Wedding!
To welcome original and careful, a solution more and more diff? Uses: the one of Welcome bag * wedding! To be distributed a few days before or early in the day, this idea was born in America
It lets to give the appropriate welcome to the guests and soak up into the atmosphere of the wedding.
A warm and personalized hospitality
During the day, all the guests must be given a kind and quality.
Beginning to the arrival at the church or town hall, where the people in charge can distribute some Guestbook present, or the detailed program of the wedding. In this way the first moment you feel full of regards and attention
Do not forget, during the wedding reception, to make a round of all the tables and have a word with people sitting, for education and to ask if the party and the banquet are to their liking.
To allow everyone to converse with ease and spend a leisurely lunch / dinner, it’s best to choose a background music that is not very high, leaving the louder music to the end of the day.
Since the guests usually have different ages, it is recommended to plan activities as play area for children or special animations for the baby’s…
From crops hilly, the Extra Virgin Olive Oil DOP Umbria, one of the cornerstones of gastronomy of the region, rich flavors and aromatics. The prevalence of mountainous terrain favors special crops such as cereals like barley or vegetables, including the famous Castelluccio lentils IGP; from the woods of Norcia and Spoleto as the territory of Gubbio and Gualdo, where the fine truffles, blacks and whites comes from, which add flavor many recipes. Pastoralism, it is spreads here as in many regions of the Apennines, to bring on the Pecorino’s table, salted ricotta and many cheeses of a mixture of sheep and cow milk.
The Culinary Tradition
The meat is very present in the Umbrian cuisine, cooked very often on coals and with the use of the drip pan, a baking pan filled with aromas on which is poured fat cooking skewer, which will be used in the cooking as a condiment.
Using veal meat, also dairy, lamb, goat, pork; the latter is particularly
important in traditional gastronomy. The Umbrian pig lived in the woods and ate acorns and chestnuts that gave to the meat characteristics flavor and compactness; its breeding was so important, especially in the mountainous area of Norcia that, over the centuries, the term Norcino, that means habitant of Norcia, it became synonymous of butcher. The sausage most important is undoubtedly the Prosciutto di Norcia IGP, accompanied by salami and typical mazzafegati, clear legacy of the Renaissance.
At the time of the hunt is a great deal of game, cooked in the classic recipes, jugged or roasted and often flavored with herbs and Seasonal truffles. Lake Trasimeno, full of fish, provides the raw material for many recipes fish, it is cause for celebration the bleak season fishing with which prepares excellent frying. Ancient reminiscences are also found in cakes, sweets are quite rustic and count in the ingredients, almonds, pine nuts, honey. so, it is prepared Pinoccate, the Stricchetti, the Ciaramiccola, a simple bun soaked with Alkermes and sprinkled with colored sprinkles. We should also mention the industrial production of chocolate, which, in the fall, gives rise, in the capital, for a sweet event.
We have at your disposal three magnificent churches in the vicinity of the farm and the town hall of the municipality of Trevi, to celebrate both religious and civil rites.
St. Peter’s Abbey
The Abbey of San Pietro is situated between the towns of Trevi and Pissignano locations in Bovara. Mentioned for the first time in a document of 1177, it was a powerful and independent abbey until 1258 when it came under the jurisdiction of the nearby abbey of Sassovivo, near Foligno. The adjacent church of the twelfth century, restored in the fifties of the twentieth century, preserves intact the original structure of the façade and the interior, except for the presbytery that was rebuilt in 1622. In the chapel on the left, decorated with baroque plaster, you can find the wooden crucifix before which, according to popular devotion, Brother Pacifico had a vision of heaven, during one of his trips with St. Francis to the Rieti valley. The episode was represented by Giotto in the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi. The crucifix that you see today actually date from the fourteenth century, and then back to the saint’s death, but there are many sources that document the stopover in the church, particularly loved by Francis for his isolated position suited to a more fervent prayer . A curiosity about the place: the name comes from Bovara pagan tradition tied to the purification of the herd in the waters of the Clitunno, prior to sacrifice them to the gods.
Church of St. Mary of Pietrarossa
Interesting Romanesque church with three naves, with on outside porch on three sides. The interior walls and those that access in the porch are covered in frescoes. The name comes from a reddish stone, walled on the second pillar of the right of the central nave with a central hole, from which water probably flowed in a previous use. An ancient tradition, perhaps dating back to paganism, the healing powers attributed in treating infertility.
Trevi, the Church of St. Mary of Pietrarossa From time immemorial is passed on the night of St. John (June 24) was observed an increase in water wells in the area and until the sixteenth century women of Trevi will make pilgrimages during that night and the night of St. Ambrose. Gregory XIII, who was a canon in Trevi and well knew the custom, among the first acts of his papacy, forbade such demonstrations, definitely related to customs and beliefs dating back to paganism. Similar pilgrimages and baths in the Midsummer Night are documented in various regions of Central Europe. The many images of the Madonna adorning the walls are only a part than you could see until the mid-19th century and still arouse admiration for their number and their bill. The dates that are read and critically analyzing the lie to the fourteenth century. They use the names of painters Bartolomeo da Miranda and Valerio from Gualdo. Leaning against the pillar to the right you can admire an elegant marble altar attributed to Rocco of Vicenza, who in the early ‘500 was operating on site, leaving one of his best works in the church of Sant’Emiliano.
We have at your disposal three magnificent churches in the vicinity of the farm and the town hall of the municipality of Trevi, to celebrate both religious and civil rites.
Church of Sant’Emiliano
It is named after the first bishop of Trevi, patron of the city and the municipality, who was martyred in the year 304. The “Passio”, of which there are two codes, the 9th and 12th century, it tells the story of the saint. Of Armenian origin, he was sent to govern the local church, but after the edict of Diocletian was taken and, after many torments, put to death near to a young olive tree that can still be seen (Olivo S. Emiliano). The cult of the patron saint was always lively in Trevi. In the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, S. Emiliano was identified with Trevi itself, so that it was said “by S. Emiliano” to mean one thing or an inhabitant of Trevi. The feast is celebrated on January 28 and on Christmas Eve takes place “always” the lighten procession (Illuminata Processione). Surely a church existed since ancient times, but the oldest remains that can be seen (the three elegant apses and part of the south wall) date back to the 12th century. It was radically transformed and enlarged in the second half of the ‘400 and almost completely rebuilt in the second half of the nineteenth century by architect Luca Carimini. The Renaissance building remain the portal with his eardrum in high relief, part of the facade and the door buffered on the east side. The statue above it is perhaps from the 13th century. The interior in beautiful neoclassical frescoes of the 16th century (minor apse and south wall), altar of the Trinity (1585), the magnificent altar of the Sacrament of Rocco da Vicenza (1521) with statues of Matthew Gaspare from Como, wooden statues crucifix and the Deposition of Christ (15th century), two of Sant’Emiliano (15th and 18th c.) and the Redeemer statue travertine Cesare Aureli (1921). In addition to several paintings, including a deposition of the 17th century. sacristy, deserve attention the memorial where were found the remains of the martyr and the organ loft on which are depicted various scenes from the martyrdom of the patron saint.
Trevi, Italy. Church of S. Emiliano.
The bell tower, subject to damage by lightning, was rebuilt several times over the centuries. Knocked down to the last extension of the church, the restoration began from the ground up in the early years of the century, but it was finished only in 1926, after the interruption caused by the First World War. In the 16th century numerous canons formed the Perinsigne Collegiate. Was a canon in Trevi, Ugo Boncompagni, then he assumed the papal throne with the name of Gregory XIII reformed the calendar now in use, called “Gregorian” (1583).