Active tourism: horse trekking in Umbria

Do you like active tourism? We are in Umbria, in the Mounts Sibillini National Park, and we are getting ready to go horse trekking through the park. This kind of active tourism trail is easy to tread, on horses or donkeys. Wanna try?

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