As an alternative to moments of relax and tranquility, which can be enjoyed along the edges of the swimming pool (16.00 x 7.5 m), surrounded by greenery, we organize walks in the ancient woods or in green meadows, in search of Norcia’s black truffle and delicious mushrooms.

It is also possible to collect seasonal fruit, small fruits such as blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, currants, goji, grown organically within the farm.

Nearby you can practice outdoor sports, such as: trekking, rafting, mountain biking, canyoning, ride a horse or a mule.
In the waters of the Nera River, you can enjoy “no-kill” fishing or fish for the coveted Fario trout.


Roccagelli Farmhouse is the ideal place for those who intend to dedicate themselves to cultural and religious tourism as well.
Starting point for daily excursions to visit the countless castles, villages and abbeys of Valnerina, the most beautiful Umbrian cities of art, such as Assisi, Spoleto, Foligno, Spello, Montefalco, Bevagna, Norcia, Cascia, Narni, Gubbio, Orvieto and the extraordinary environmental pearls of the Nera river park, the Marmore waterfall, the Piediluco lake and the large plain of Castelluccio di Norcia.


History, tradition culture, are expression of a nature sometime wild and extreme, sometimes rich and characterised by the presence of man. The landscape alternates mountains to valley and the deep woods of the Valley of the river Nera.
Castles and medieval towns, wonderful Romanesque churches full of artistic treasures emerge unexpected from the luxurious nature or just they lie with no memory like sentinels of green dales.
At the gates of the Sibillini National Park in a nature rich in protected flora and fauna, you can still find in the multitude of the pieces of art spread all over the territory, the traces of the great masters who worked in the biggest town of Umbria.
During all the year you can and take part in manifestations and historical revocations some of which derive from ancient shepherds and peasants’ traditions some from religion and medieval Chilvary.
The great variety and richness of food and gastronomic products is due to the folkloric traditions and the integrity of the ecosystem, from the cheese of sheep to the hams, from the biological agriculture( farro ) to the fruits of the woods (black truffles) to the game ( wild boar ) to river fishing (crayfish and trout).
These are the main ingredients of the excellent Umbrian cooking, that you can taste in every town of the Nera Valley: typical healthy plates, cohich follow the flowing of seasons despite their simplicity, will satisfy the most discerning and insatiable palates mouths.