From 29 April to 1 May 2023 in Umbria there is 'Pic & Nic in Trevi. Art, music and snacks among the olive trees' the spring oil tourism event
The traditional picnic returns to its origins and will take place, as in the first editions, on the 'Olivata' hill in the centre of the Fascia Olivata, along the Saint Francis Walk. Trekking in the footsteps of Perugino through the Olivata hill
On the occasion of its 14th birthday, the famous "Pic&Nic in Trevi" with its red and white checkered sport, promoted by the Municipality of Trevi and organised by ADD Comunicazione ed eventi, will return to take place, as it had been in the first editions, in the heart of the Umbrian "olive grove" landscape, overlooking the village of Trevi, along the route of the ancient medieval aqueduct, in the centre of the Assisi - Spoleto olive grove, one of the FAI Places of the Heart. This true return to the origins will give participants the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the rural atmospheres of the most authentic Umbria, where the heroic cultivation of olive trees represents a perfect example of a 'living cultural landscape', unique and unrepeatable, shaped by the harmonious interaction of nature and human intervention.
An anniversary that does not wane. A simple event to celebrate the arrival of spring and the blossoming of the olive trees, which give life to one of the most representative products of the Umbrian food tradition, the highly prized PDO Umbria extra virgin olive oil. Pic & Nic in Trevi is the best opportunity for those who want to spend a weekend en plein air, enjoying authentic yet simple food (also gluten free), art, music and breathtaking views, embraced by the small plants of ancient olive trees, those of the moraiolo variety, of the Collina Olivata di Trevi, crossed by the medieval aqueduct, an admirable work of hydraulic engineering built around the middle of the 13th century to alleviate the chronic lack of water in the municipality of Trevi and which has remained in continuous operation for seven centuries, and along the routes that are part of the Saint Francis Walk, a network of itineraries that lead to the discovery of places linked to the life and works of the great Umbrian saint.