Lying at the height of 546 metres above sea level, it has a particularly agreeable climate thanks to its position, even on hottest days: a mild breeze, rich in country scents, makes the staying in Giano and its surroundings amiable.
Thanks to its favourable geographic position, Giano is the ideal base to reach the most important art towns in Umbria in a short time.
Montecchio, Camporeggiano, Seggiano, Macciano, Torinetto, S. Stefano, Casa Maggi, Palombaro, Formicaro, S. Sabino, ancient yet hospitable small centres. And then Bastardo, the only modern town of the area, risen after World War II around some industrial settlements.
Then you have Monte Martano (1094 metres), from which you can enjoy extraordinary sights all over the vast Umbrian Valley and the surrounding mountains, where you also can find refreshment in Rifugio San Gaspare.