In Bevagna, in the heart of Umbria, on the road to the sagrantino lies the agricultural azeinda. The company offers its guests an ideal holiday for those who want peace and quiet and wants to enjoy the historic and invaluable artistic richness that the neighboring territory proposes. The farmhouse, with panoramic views of the Mount Subasio valley, whose slopes are Assisi and Spello, consists of four apartments, restored with the love and taste of those who know this land, warmly furnished and equipped with every comfort . The farmhouse features a private swimming pool, barbecue, shaded car park and a veranda with pergola for each apartment, as well as free Wi-Fi. Inside the private fenced property, about 25 hectares, made up of olive groves, vineyards and woods, you can go for mountain biking and hiking, see the farmed animals and if you are lucky enough to meet small wild animals such as squirrels, hares, hares and buzzards. Those who want it will be able to participate in agricultural work such as harvesting and harvesting olives. In addition, you can taste the extraordinary extra virgin olive oil and the famous sagrantino wine produced by the company. Bevagna is a town in the province of Perugia in Umbria, a town known for its 5,024 inhabitants, known for its precious paintings, so much so that it can be called "bevaglione". It is located among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Roman Municipio (Mevania) knew prosperity during the imperial era. Roman ruins (the theater, spas with precious mosaics, the ruins of a temple from the 2nd century AD and a Roman Domus) and evocative medieval architecture contribute to a pleasant visit to this urban center. Among the most important monuments are the Palazzo dei Consoli, dating back to 1270, which currently houses the Torti Theater; Piazza Silvestri is one of the most important medieval squares of the area where the Church of San Michele, built at the end of the 12th century, and the church of San Silvestro completed in 1195, are visible. In the municipal museum there are paintings of Umbrian school and precious sculptures . Every year, in the last decade of the month of Jungo, Bevagna returns to be the ancient medieval town. The Gaite Market (old name of the city districts) offers shorts, races and elaborations of recipes of traditional cuisine in the classic "Taverns"; Everything resumes in the suggestion of vintage costumes that citizens dress with festive and casual habits.