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We welcome you to the "house" located at the foot of the charming medieval village of Eggi, on the slopes of Mount Giove, along the Via Francigena, 2 km from the Flaminia and 5 from Spoleto.


Here you can still breathe the atmosphere of a time where peace and silence are the setting for a vegetation rich in olive groves and Mediterranean scrub.


The farm was founded in 1989 thanks to meticulous renovation work on ancient agricultural outbuildings (today the red farmhouses), transformed into charming and welcoming apartments, recovering that rural peasant architecture with the aim of making everyone aware and appreciate the roots full of meaning in the history of our country and our region.


The apartments are furnished with wood and wrought iron and despite being simple and essential they are designed to be as functional as possible. Equipped with what you need on a farm holiday, where we believe that what matters is contact with the nature that surrounds us, savoring the slow passing of the hours, following the flight of a bird... or simply "not letting nothing"... and maybe why not...forget for once about the "PC", the "cell phone", or the "TV"!


The name "Collelignani" was chosen from the beginning of its activity and derives from an ancient cave called the "grotta de Lignai" located on the hill of olive trees adjacent to the manor house, where it is assumed that the wood was stored during the rainy winters, that's why "colle-lignani".

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Eggi, Spoleto, Umbria

Green Heart of Italy

In the heart of Italy, along the "Francigena" road, between the Nera Valley and the Spoleto Valley: Eggi, a small village of Roman origins, rich in places of historical interest which stands at the foot of the mountain surrounded by olive trees and green of the Mediterranean scrub.

The town has ancient origins (it was a municipality until the Napoleonic era) and still has evident remains of its ancient history such as the 14th century castle. which is accessed through two ancient city wall gates to defend the inhabited village.

Numerous small churches and chapels are scattered among the suggestive alleys that intertwine and echo past stories.

Famous nowadays in Umbria for the wild asparagus festival.


Historical places to visit:

- Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie

- Church of San Giovanni Battista

- Church of San Michele Arcangelo

- The Oratory of the Sacrament and the hospital complex

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