The area historically called Sabina
lies at the heart of central Italy, covering almost all the present-day province of Rieti
and extending along the Tiber River to include part of the metropolitan city of Rome. Sabina also takes in some municipalities of the provinces of Terni (Umbria) and L’Aquila (Abruzzo).
Millennial olive trees, gentle hills where small medieval villages climb and a millenary history. This is Sabina, a territory with a unique charm. Land of the ancient Sabine people, today it is still a little known place, but able to surprise with the colors of nature, the tranquility of its villages and its gastronomic produces.