Exhibitions, concerts, festivals, reviews, appointments, events and more happening in and around Trevi over the next couple of months. Updated daily.
List of Apartments in Trevi
Trevi (Pg). The Società Agricola Trevi Il Frantoio, which was the first producer of olive oil to receive the coveted ISO 9002 quality certificate, will be welcoming visitors on November-December.
Info: Società Agricola Trevi Il Frantoio SPA in Via Fosso
List of restaurants in Trevi
List of pizzerie in Trevi
Trevi (Pg). The Gaudenzi olive oil press uses only the non-heated traditional pressing methods to press its olives. The public is welcome to come see first hand on November-December.
Info: Frantoio Gaudenzi Loc. Camporeale, 6 Pigge
List of Holiday Farms in Trevi.
Trevi (Pg). The olive oil press of the Trampetti produces an excellent quality olive oil from olives that are grown organically, and will be welcoming visitors to come taste first hand on November-December.
Info: Trampetti srl SS 145, Trevi, tel. e fax 0742.78991,
Trevi (Pg). The Trevi Cooperative oil press gathers the DOP certificate olives that are harvested in the hills between Assisi and Spoleto. This area is known for its rigorously organic cultivation methods, which extend also to the pressing stage. The mill will be welcoming visitors
From March to May, all the events running at Trevi, ranging from painting exhibitions to plays and a series of eight heated debates involving the public on a variety of topics such as "amusement in acting".
The town of Trevi has three museums that are all worth a visit: the Raccolta d'Arte di S. Francesco, the Flash Art Museum and the Museo della Civiltà dell’Olivo.
They range from collections of paintings and archaeological remains to temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and the only museum dedicated to the olive in Europe.
Since 1980 the Palio dei Terzieri commemorates the heroic reconquering of Trevi by its inhabitants after the city had been sacked by Spoleto. The Palio consists of a frantic race through the city streets with not more than twenty young men dragging carts that weigh a maximum of 430 kilograms. The aim is to seize the key of the bell tower and sound the bell of victory. The race itself is preceded by a historic parade featuring over 500 extras dressed in Medieval costume.
The church of San Francesco di Bovara is an important place of worship, immortalised even by Giotto in one of his frescoes. The fine crucifix in the interior is from 1330. The Bovara stele and a Roman mosaic were also uncovered here.
Bearing olives for over 1700 years now, this tree has a rightful claim to being the oldest olive tree in Umbria. The tree, which stands near Bovara, just outside the 1158 Benedictine monastery, has been classified with number 102 of the protected plants in the region. This area is at the centre of the Assisi-Spoleto hills, known for their production of olive oil.
The concept behind this unusual carnival is to re-evoke the the mad, burlesque aspect of Medieval carnivals. Jesters and trapeze artists perform in the ancient streets of Trevi, and visitors can also get an idea of what a small Medieval market was like.
A short history of this ancient Umbrian town, formerly known as Trebe Umbra.
The charming town of Trevi, perched on a hilltop between Campello sul Clitunno and Spello, is famed for its extra-virgin oil production and for being the home to one of Italy's liveliest centres of contemporary art – the Flash Art Museum.
A number of small villages such as Borgo Trevi, Torre Matigge and Bovara dot the countryside around Trevi and all feature at least one thing that makes a visit worthwhile..