Leaving the town of Spoleto behind, the road enters the silent Spina valley, towards the Marche Region, and crosses a surprisingly unscathed Umbrian landscape. The Bachetoni property extends through olive groves – resembling an antique lace cloth – which dating back to the XVII century. At the far end stands the seventeenth century Villa Paradiso di Pianciano,
shrouded in the quietness of century-old cypresses and, across the valley, the medieval Pianciano borgo. Traditionally an olive-oil producing region, this property is perfectly integrated in Umbria’s extraordinarily rich culture. Villa Paradiso and Borgo di Pianciano are both home to the peacefulness and traditional charme Umbria has been offering its visitors for centuries.