SANT'ANGELO IN PANZO
A former convent surrounded by olive trees
Sant’Angelo in Panzo was built around the X century on the ruins of a Roman settlement. Throughout its long existence, it has been a convent, an abandoned hermitage, a patrician residence and a rural house.
It is part of the historical, artistic and religious heritage of Assisi. During the centuries it has however maintained its original structure, with its chapel and its water sources that have supplied water to Assisi since the Roman times.
Sant’Angelo in Panzo has been the first convent that hosted Saint Clare.
According to the legend, she accomplished here the first miracle after her sister Saint Agnes joined her. Today a bound private villa, it is considered one of the most interesting houses of Assisi and the region of Umbria.
The residence is surrounded by olive trees that produce one of the best organic olive oils of Umbria.
The Historical House
Rich of history, ideal for weddings, private ceremonies and cultural events as well as indoor movie sets.
A beautiful garden for events and outdoor movie sets
The private chapel
A spiritual place for weddings, meditation and prayer
Independent from the villa,
ideal for rest
Extra virgin biological olive oil from the property’s olive trees