The Mill of the Marquises Eroli, a recognized monument of cultural interest.
Was always under the property of the Eroli family, the mill is one of the most ancient mills of our region, so much to be recognized by the State as a place of cultural interest.
Example of rural architecture of Umbria, the complex today is used as, with its wide locals and gardens along the bank of the river, a place where do conferences, exhibitions, weddings, parties and any other kind of events.
A visit into the Mill and its gardens.
The gardens, including one of the spans of the Augustus Bridge and a few steps from the entrance of the Gole del Nera cycle-pedestrian, are open to the public from March to November by appointment with guided tour for groups of people more than 10 and are rich of different species of flowers – camelie, rhododendri, peonie, ortensie, rose, tulimrs, piante di bordura – and trees – birches, acacias, liquidambar, ginkgo biloba, oaks, holm oaks, euonymi, liriodendri, viburni, ceanothus, rustifina – plants that in autumn turn their colors on red and orange tones, making the garden of particular suggestion.
To visit the gardens, for groups of more than 10 people, it is possible to combine breakfasts and snacks.
The Mill of the Marquises Eroli can be visited from March to November by reservations for groups of people more than 10.
It is suggested to park the car near the remains of the Augustus Bridge, in Via dei Tre Ponti.
Continue to walk with us discovering what to see inside the walls of Narni.
Or discover the points of interest of Narni and of its territory:
One of the particularities of the Cathedral of Narni is the presence of two aisles instead of one. The right aisle continues with that birthed