ancient foundation (672 a.C.), rises between Foligno
and Spoleto, 425 meters
on the seaa level on Monte Serano and enjoys a panoramic position
on the plain of the Clitunno river cultivated with olive trees
and on the hills of Montefalco.
To the visitor interested in art Trevi offers the Gothic church
of Saint Francesco (XIII sec.) which keeps one of
the most ancient organs, the Palazzo Comunale hosting the
Pinacoteca where a Madonna of the Pinturicchio
can be admired, the church of San Emiliano
(XII sec.) and the Madonna delle Lacrime
embellished by a Perugino's fresco.
Trevi then means also good olive oil and
biological products that adorn the tables
of the restaurants and the wine cellars of the city.