The village of Giomici consists of a few houses and the Church of San Michele Arcangelo, dating back to 1154 and which houses some ancient frescoes. Over the centuries, the village has slowly developed around the castle. Near the village there is an old primary school, as well as a local riding school.
The typical medieval village atmosphere, the dominant position at the top of the hill, the purity of the air and the surrounding nature all contribute in creating a magical atmosphere that promotes inner peace. The village lends itself as an ideal background for photography enthusiasts and as a magnificent subject for those who love to paint. Guided tours are also available upon request.
The village of Giomici was inhabited by local peasant families until the last century. At the time there was a tobacco and salt seller, a grocery store, a public telephone, a carpenter's shop and a public bakery, which have now fallen into disuse.
Olive groves, vineyards and forests full of wildlife are an incredible corollary to this hidden gem, all perfectly located away from the stress of city life. Giomici, a lovely place for your relaxing break away.