Located south of the park Monumento Naturale Piano Sant'Angelo and about 30 km east of Viterbo is Corchiano village, which dates back to the Stone Age. Like so many other settlements in the Viterbo area (and Maremma - southern Tuscany) Corchiano is built on a hill and offers its visitors narrow alleys, impressive gateways, small squares and exterior staircases. All this creates an evocative scene.
Corchiano bears the traces of the Etruscan civilization. In the town centre there are huge caves dug into the ground. All this demonstrates the energetic activity of this civilization who left this timeless evidence of their passage. We strongly recommend that you visit these caves but also Ridolfi Palace. The town has a few shops selling local produce.
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the town's church, Saint Biagio, has beautiful murals painted by the famous Lorenzo di Viterbo. Corchiano has several restaurants where you can taste local dishes, such as pasta strozzapreti, served with wild boar and mushroom sauce.
The town is known for its nativity displays during the Christmas holidays.