Monte Castello di Vibio (Umbria)

Monte Castello di Vibio is a town in the Province of Perugia, in the Italian region Umbria, located about 30 km south of Perugia. The municipality of Monte Castello di Vibio is home to the Teatro della Concordia, which is the smallest theatre all'italiana in the world. Its architecture has the form of a bell. One of the most appreciated products of Monte Castello di Vibio is olive oil. In fact, this land is inserted in "Extra virgin olive oil DOP Umbria" and the head office is in Trevi. The most part of Montecastello’s hills, from century traditions, are cultivated with care and passion with olive tree. This tree produces a quality olive oil and is a pleasure feature of landscape.

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