Farm Holidays Umbria Province of Perugia Torgiano Agriturismo I Mori Gelsi

Agriturismo I Mori Gelsi

Country House
via Entrata, 37 - Torgiano (PG) - Area: countryside
Codice identificativo: 054053AGR5G05985
Location and style
Our farmhouse is nearby Campagna. "Agriturismo I Mori Gelsi Fattoria Spinola" is welcoming, with refined attention to detail.
Travellers staying with us will be able to discover routes and sites of interest thanks to the advice and tips from hosts who want to make your stay the best.
Near our facility you can find everything to meet all the needs of every traveller.
Our residence is the perfect location if you're travelling for business or if you're seeking peace and quiet.
Accommodation features
We offer our customers rooms with different bathroom options (private, en-suite, shared).

Why not try some of these activities while you're here: trekking, cycling/mountain-biking.
Our farm is home to farm animals and livestock.
Our rooms
We can accommodate up to 19 guests in:
1 room "Appartamento Il Brufa" will accommodate 8 people
1 room "Appartamento Il Mela" will accommodate 8 people
1 room "Casetta Il Nido" will accommodate 3 people
Your four-legged friends are welcome here.

Rooms and Rates
  • Ideal for trekking
  • Near cycle paths
  • Farm with animals
  • Vineyard and winery
  • Sale of typical products
  • Pets Allowed
Declared by the Innkeeper

Various information

  • Pets allowed


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Agriturismo I Mori Gelsi

Area Campagna

A village of tastes and flavours, Torgiano however also has a historical and artistic heart that, upon arriving in the village, is immediately noticeable: in the historical centre, one can admire the Baglioni Tower, evidence of the ancient walls that surrounded the village, its churches and the two fountains created by the artist Nino Caruso: the Fonte di Giano and the Fonte dei Cocciari. But at the heart of the tale that the village weaves, are two products that have always characterised it: oil and wine. Dedicated to these specialities, two interesting museums have been set up: the Wine Museum, housed in the 17th-century Palazzo Graziani-Baglioni, and the Olive and Oil Museum, set up in a small nucleus of medieval dwellings within the castle walls. Products to discover but above all to taste... to fall in love with.