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The estate Poggiolo extends for 50 hectares of forest, olive groves, vineyards and arable land about 250 m. altitude, in the ancient county of Porta Eburnea, 12 kilometers from Perugia. Poggiolo means small hill, a natural balcony and at the same time created artificially with a series of terraces on a small plateau crossed by the river Caina. The heart of the estate is represented by the English park within which are located the villa and farmhouses; around buildings used for agricultural purposes, the arable land, vineyards and, on a hill, the forest and olive groves. The Poggiolo is an oasis of peace and tranquility with the charm of an old country estate.
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Languages spoken:English, Italian, French, Spanish
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About the neighbourhood
The Poggiolo is located at the center of a very nice and pristine, with the possibility of walking, horsen riding, cycling approximately half a day. Small towns with a view of Lake Trasimeno or dominant hills south of Poggiolo constitute an alternative to the traditional and sometimes crowded destinations of Umbria.
Small ring of Nestor: just 3 km from Poggiolo starts a pleasant and easy route for walking or cycling along the river Nestor to Castle of St. Apollinare. Time Walk 3 hours. Cycling 1 hour and a half.
How to get there
Airport: san francesco perugia: 25.0 km
Railway: centrale perugia: 18.0 km
The Poggiolo offers a remarkable variety of scenarios The forest and the three lakes The forest of oaks and holm hass been designed with wide avenues to be explored on foot or horseback, and dotted with small hunting lodges for the rest. Within a complex system of tunnels and water catchment is an example of a rational and ecological use of water; two ponds that host, newts, carp and eels can be used for fishing and for the estate irrigation.