UmbriaDiscover the region
The heart of the peninsula
Of GDP is based on steel
The steel mills of Terni and the transformation companies are famous
Alcantara S.p.A. foundation
Famous Made in Italy brand that produces in Nero Montoro, in the heart of Umbria
DOC wine production
The Orvieto accounts for 70% of the entire region's DOC wine production
Black truffle production
Almost 45% of the Italian black truffle is produced in Valnerina
The food industry is the strenght of the economy of the region
Cities that produce the Norcia ham
Only 5 cities are known for the production of the real Norcia IGP ham
The famous historical brand of Italian confectionery products is founded
7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Assisi and the Church of San Damiano
This is Umbria, the land of gods
Umbria is characterized by green hills and settlements rich in history and traditions. It is the only region of peninsular Italy that is not washed by the sea and offers a rich variety of nature and art with customs and traditions anchored to centuries-old traditions.
Cultural, productive and managerial hub of the region, it is an international tourist destination. Perugia is rich in monuments, seat of important university institutions and home of artists of the calibre of Perugino and Pinturicchio. Famous for being the city of chocolate, it is also home to important Italian textile companies such as Luisa Spagnoli.
The regional development model has always been based on the traditional sectors of Made in Italy and on the presence of large specialized companies.
Today the region's economy is based on four specific sectors, namely industry, crafts, agriculture and tourism. There are many typical products such as Alcantara fabric, black truffle and Norcia pecorino cheese.