Location

Where We Are

Farmhouse in Umbria

From Griffin’s Resort, a holiday farm in Umbria near Orvieto, you can admire the beautiful estate that surrounds the farmhouse. There are over 80 hectares of hilly land, rich in paths, vineyards and beautiful landscapes to discover on horseback or on foot, along the trails that our reception staff will be glad to suggest. Nestled in the green hills surrounding Orvieto, Griffin’s Resort is within easy reach of archaeological sites of the oldest civilizations in Italy and the beautiful towns of Perugia, Todi and Viterbo.

Its closeness to the extraordinary monuments of Italian history, to cathedrals and museums, to Etruscan necropoli and historic town squares, offers the opportunity of a cultural holiday.

It is a good starting point for enjoying an exciting visit to underground Orvieto, for being guided by art experts among towers, cloisters and palaces, walking in the footsteps of St. Francis, patron saint of Italy, from the Bosco (St. Francis’ Wood) – (recently restored by the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano – Italian Environmental Fund) – to the Basilica in Assisi, a UNESCO World Heritage site.




How to Reach Us

Where we are and How to Reach Us


By Car

From highway A1, exit at Orvieto • After the toll booth, turn right towards Orvieto and follow the signs for Ciconia (first roundabout). At the seconde roundabout, follow the signs for Fabro/Ficulle. Pass La Svolta and then head toward Morrano at the intersection, turning right. Continue toward Morrano for about 8 km; the entrance to Griffin’s Resort is on your right.



By Train

The Florence-Rome line. The stop is at Orvieto, 15 minutes from Griffin’s Resort by car. Taxi service available.



By Plane

From Rome Fiumicino (or Ciampino) Airport, follow the signs for the GRA and then for highway A1 towards Florence, exiting at Orvieto. From the Firenze Peretola airport, follow the signs for downtown Florence and then for highway A1 toward Rome until you reach Orvieto • After the toll, follow the directions under ‘By Car’.