A castle of significant historical and landscape importance, in the Petroro hamlet, Todi Municipality. The property complex is immersed in nature in the beautiful Umbrian countryside, boasting a panoramic position. Given its marvellous surroundings, the property is ideal for accommodation-conferences or residential use.
The property, built in 1300, is a cluster of adjacent buildings forming a quite uniform whole. There are four main building bodies extending on three floors above ground, arranged around a small internal square, over which a fifth building stands. The village, of historical interest, is linked and extends over a total area of 3,499 sq m. The outer facades are typically medieval. The property complex, affected by earthquakes in 1997 and afterwards, was partly renovated in 2004. Its development envisages hotel accommodation and residential use.
The property complex is in the Todi Municipality (16,981 inhabitants), Petroro hamlet, Perugia province, in the Umbria region and is around 9 km from Todi. The village is at the top of a valley which is one of Todi’s most beautiful areas, surrounded by greenery. From Petroro you can see the Todi hill, Montecastello di Vibio, the Martani mountains and Mount Peglia. Also within view are small villages and Saint Antimo Abbey. The destination is close to cities famous for art and medieval history such as Todi, Spoleto, Perugia and Orvieto. There are many cultural events and exhibitions every year attracting thousands of tourists and people who love the area. Access is guaranteed by the SP 418 main road connecting the zone with the Ponterio hamlet (7 km) and from there the E-45 (Terni – Ravenna) motorway, leading to the major Umbrian locations.