Food and Wine in Umbria
Umbria is only one region in Italy which doesn't have the access to the sea. It has only two provinces: Perugia and Terni.
Tevere is the main river and it's between green hills, more or less distant, and it traverses the region from north to southwest (Perugia, Valle Umbra - the Vale of Umbria - and Spoleto).
The Lago Trasimeno (Lake of Trasimeno) is a central and southern Italy's largest lake. The hills are green in spring and early summer.
Green Umbria is a fertile region and Perugia is surrounded by cultivated hills. The slopes is covered with groves of olives and rows of vines. In the valleys are the fields of wheat or maize and during the summer time there are the brilliant yellow of sunflowers.
In Spoleto there are the oldest and most sacred sites in Umbria: the Springs of Clitumnus which is the pure watres stream.