Villa Valvitiano, Perugia

Villa Valvitiano consists of the main residence from the early 1800s and the orangerie dating back to the late 1700s.
Built by the Conestabile della Staffa as a country house, it then became a property of the families Bonucci Piccolomini first and then, from the end of the 1950s, Buitoni. The park is enriched with monumental trees and has an Italian garden on two levels which hosts, in the warmer seasons, the lemon collection sheltered in the orangerie during the winter. It is surrounded by five hundred olive trees and offers a spectacular view of Assisi and Mount Subasio.