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We walked to Collepino along the Acquedotto Romano from Spello, a distance of about 6kms (12kms return). The track is wonderful and not too difficult, slightly downhill on the way back. Collepino is said to be 850m from the end of the acquedotto, but it...More
It was such a relief to finally arrive in Collepino having hiked all the way from Spello along the Acquedotto Romano. This very cute and little village is located high on an Umbrian hill and easily accessed by car but there's no challenge in that...More
As the name suggests- the place seems like someone has cast a beautiful spell. The streets are so peaceful and colourful. I would recommend to take the tour of city on foot. And it looks beautiful at night too!
We visited Collepino several times in 2014 and again this year, whilst staying in nearby Spello. First discovered by my husband when cycling the back roads to Assisi. Flavio and his wife who run the bar are just delightful, friendly people and we looked forward...More
Best way to get here is by foot if you can. We came on a walk over the hills behind the village and as you descend the steep road through the woods the village on its little hilltop suddenly appears. (If you do go by...More
Collepino is in the hills above Spello - quite a winding road to get there. Only 20 people, 1 dog, and 1 cat reside in this little gem of a town. One of the 20, Flavio, along with his wife, owns a bar where you...More
If you go to Collepino... You should go by foot from Spello . The trail starts on the north side of spello and there is sufficient parking space. The trail brings you along the roman aqueduct in about 1h30 to collepino. We are not that...More