The territory

Tenuta Colle della Pace is located in Umbria and extends over the gentle hills of Castelbuono, frazione of the Comune of Bevagna. Most of the company's property is bound to the cultivation of olive trees, agricultural tradition passed from father to son for three generations. The love for our land and respect for nature are the only secrets of our products incredibly healthy, tasty and genuine, made with and find thee expensive processes. Peacefully lying on the Green Valley of Castelbuono is a typical Umbrian farmhouse made of local stone, where to spend your holidays and relax with wellness treatments based oil, where silence is to listen and the magnificent olive trees to admire.

Why come to this area?

There are many reasons to visit this area considering the high degree of environmental protection and local cultural institutions that seek to preserve the uniqueness of the Umbria region where each municipality has its own identity from the point of view of landscape, artistic, spiritual, cultural and gastronomic heritage.


A stop not to be missed is the old town of Bevagna which is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy, where the story is told but you live through its medieval aspect, where you can discover the suggestive artisan techniques and tools of ancient medieval crafts and June you can come to one of the most beautiful historical events of Umbria : The market of the Gaite. In this event makes a splash in the middle ages, the city was transformed by recreating faithfully customs, arts, corporations, the food and the music, it exudes a magical air that has no equal.

Bevagna is far away from the excesses of modernity, has a long history that today you will find monuments like: the walls, the Church of San Francesco, Roman Theatre, Roman public baths, Roman temple, Church of Santa Maria della Consolazione, Church of Santa Maria in Laurentia, Palazzo Hares and Municipal Museum, Church of SS. Domenico and James with the adjacent convent, the magnificent Piazza Filippo Silvestri, the wonderful Teatro Francesco Torti. Bevagna is surrounded by a fertile plain which offers many gastronomic delights, including wine and oil, in fact Bevagna is part of the Associazione Strada Dell'Olio and Sagrantino.
Taverns and restaurants in the area offer genuine dishes that are characterized by important and decisive flavors that characterize the local culinary tradition. A dish that you can taste only in Bevagna made following the traditional recipe are gnocchi al Sagrantino di Montefalco, or venison, wild boar, local lamb and desserts like tozzetti and rione panicocoli.

A small picturesque village in the municipality of Bevagna is Castelbuono, which is only 7 km from the historic centre of Bevagna. Some say that the rolling green hills of Castelbuono is the place where the winds are to meet, to talk about the land and its health, its quiet, are exchanging evaluations and sighs. The peace of these places feel it in the air and you get to the veins, not surprisingly Castelbuono was chosen for the week of the culture of peace, with both the central square that goes under the name "square of peace" in place names.

Always Castelbuono was chosen for a wonderful project of symbiosis between nature and art (the sculpture park of Castelbuono). The sculpture park is not only a sculpture park but is a route of the involvement of the five senses, starting with that of vista that you dip in a unique landscape with its sculptures, all of this is accompanied by a pleasant background noises of nature and its smells involving the sense of hearing and smell and, finally, for lovers of good food along the way you will find various wineries, mills, and a unique bakery that produces products km 0 of the Umbrian tradition. Carr was also chosen by the Lunelli family (Ferrari) for the construction of the only living sculpture in the world: the cellar the Carapace signed tomato.

Just 16 km from the world heritage Unesco Castelbuono guards the city of Assisi, with the Papal Basilica of St. Francis and the Santa Maria degli Angeli and the other Franciscan sites. "Assisi – stressed Unesco – represents a collection of masterpieces of human creative genius, which made it a fundamental reference for the history of European art in the world. Artistic and spiritual message exchanges of the Franciscan order has contributed significantly to the development of art and architecture in the world.