Head massage, hands massage and feet massage with essential oils and butters.

30'/100 € the couple 


Tel: +39 742813515
Whatsapp: +39 3387873958
email: anticomonasterosanbiagio@gmail.com

Az. Agr. Monastero San Biagio s.s.
Vocabolo Lanciano 42, 06025, Nocera Umbra (PG)
VAT 02929390546

Around San Biagio


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On 7 December of each year, during a public event, the Tree is lit with a ceremony that involves other subjects who are part of the city tradition (flag-wavers, figures of the historical parade, musicians, etc.) and is chaired by personalities from the world of institutions, culture, science and entertainment: in 2019 it was lit from Bethlehem, from the Grotto of the Nativity; in 2018 it was Gaetano Farina, commander of the Fecce Tricolori who lit the Tree, in 2017 Paolo Nespoli from the ISS space station, before him Save the Children and even before Doctors Without Borders; in 2014 the tree was lit by Pope Francis; in 2012 by the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano; in 2011 it was the Holy Father Benedict XVI who presided over the ceremony. They were in turn preceded by: the undersecretary for civil protection Guido Bertolaso, the president of Libera don Luigi Ciotti, the general director of Telethon Pietro Spirito with senator Susanna Agnelli in connection from Rome, the director of the European Institute of Oncology Pier Giuseppe Pelicci, illustrious personalities from the world of entertainment such as Terence Hill, Gastone Moschin, Barbara D'Urso and Maria Grazia Cucinotta, the president of Enel Chicco Testa, the minister Carlo Giovanardi, the mayors of the city of Gubbio, the presidents of the Umbria region and bishops of the diocese of Gubbio who have succeeded each other since 1981.


What to do

Find out what to see and the places to visit near San Biagio

The Monastery was born immersed in the Umbrian hills.
Umbria is known for its historic and folkloristic villages that enclose history and past stories in them.
Montefalco, Assisi, Spello, Gubbio are just some of the villages that make the green heart of Italy one of the beating centers of tourism.
You can stay here in San Biagio and visit the wonders of these villages in a day.


We can help you


In addition to staying at the Monastery, you can create or let us suggest you daily itineraries to visit both the surrounding nature and the small villages that characterize Umbria.
Below we will give you some routes of routes to follow by car; in the Trekking section you will find more complex itineraries to do on foot.
San biagio> Perugia> Todi> Orvieto> San Biagio
San Biagio> Perugia (about an hour), Perugia> Todi (about 45 minutes), Todi> Orvieto (about 45 minutes)
San Biagio> Perugia (about an hour), Perugia> Todi (about 45 minutes), Todi> Orvieto (about 45 minutes)
San Biagio - Assisi - Spello - Bevagna - Montefalco - Foligno - Nocera Umbra - San Biagio
San Biagio> Gubbio> San Biagio / San Biagio> Perugia> Castel Del Piano> Magione> Torricella> San Biagio

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