Open-air museum

Treia,  placed halfway between the Adriatic Sea and  the Appennines with its legendary Sibillini Mountains,  is an uninterrupted garden of fields and hills, which are carefully cultivated. Here you can find fruits and vegetables reminiscent of an ancient natural taste.

From this clay soil, bricks are made, which were the “ essence” in building homes in the villages and small towns located on the hills.

Treia is an open-air museum within a few kilometres:  quiet and welcoming beaches, 5 ski resorts in the Sibillini Park, thermal baths, national and international sports meetings and events, unique historical  exhibitions.

A mountain strip, which is a real net of natural paths to walk along or on horseback, by mountain-bike. Within the flourishing woods there are many hermitages, ancient monasteries, small parishes, medieval necropolis, look-out towers, castles, small villages made of stone but also well-known flourishing industries.

 The art of nature, which creates wonderful “vegetable works of art” can be well matched to the art of men, who are creators of frescos of inestimable value and incomparable wooden statues. An art, which has passed the natural aesthetical borders and has become flourishing handcrafts, bio-agriculture and farms.