Fabro is a small medieval hilltop village in West Umbria, close to the Tuscan border. It is a small village, but the views from Fabro over the Umbrian countryside make it worth the effort. There are narrow and charming streets with a few bars where locals drink their daily coffee or glass of wine. Fabro is a municipality in the province of Terni, and is well located to visit places like Orvieto, Città della Pieve, Florence and Rome (from the A1).
In Fabro Scalo is a railway station where every day regional trains pass by from Rome Termini to Florence Santa Maria Novella. Easy connections to visit Orvieto, Florence, Rome, Castiglione del Lago and Cortona.
Il Felcino farm
Address: Vocabolo Felcino 24, Salci, Città della Pieve (PG)
A rustic and typical restaurant in the countryside of Città della Pieve, close to Fabro. The food is organic with great meat and homemade pasta’s (gnocchi and ravioli).
Pizzeria Mennula di Ciro Baiardi
Address: Piazzale Stazione 2, Fabro (TR)
They make good pizza. This pizzeria is close to the railway station.
Walking and biking trail
In Fabro Scalo at the foothill of Fabro, I discovered a beautiful walking and biking trail in the Umbrian countryside. The total distance is 19 km. The trail starts at the pizzeria Mennula di Ciro Baiardi where you can park your car for free. During the walk you’ll enjoy the views and nature.
When walking this trail it is important to take lunch and drinks with you, especially when it is warm. There is no bar or restaurant along the way. Tip: start early in the morning.
Start at Piazzale Stazione, 2 in Fabro Scalo (not far from the railway station). After the walk the pizza was delicious here.
Allerona is a small town close to Fabro. Between the two villages, at 10 kms from Fabro, we rent two wonderful holiday apartments: Agriturismo Allerona. A cosy agriturismo with two apartments and swimming pool with amazing views over an uncontaminated landscape. This location is ideal for (mountain)biking and hiking lovers! At the farm biological olives are produced as well as different kinds of grane, no chemicals are being used, it is all traditional crops.
Would you like to get to know the owners of Agriturismo Allerona? Watch this interview Saskia from Villa in Umbria had with Eugenio and his wife (owners). What makes this area so special? Where is a good and typical restaurant? Discover the beauty of this area and its wonderful people.