Fara in Sabina, a village of medieval origins, situated between the Sabine Mountains and the Tiber Valley amidst centuries-old olive groves. Don't miss the Monastery of the Clarisse Eremite nuns with its very special Museum of Silence and the Church of San Giacomo. Also worth a visit is the Civic and Archaeological Museum, housed in Palazzo Castellani, with the Throne Room. The 16th-century bell tower and the Cistern and aedicula well. They frame the belvedere from which the dome of St. Peter's can be seen in the distance. The territory of Fara in Sabina is also rich in picturesque landscapes, with its olive groves that yield the Sabina oil, which for years has been awarded the DOP mark for its original quality. A few minutes from Fara in the heart of the ancient land of the Sabines, in an atmosphere of mystical silence and immersed in verdant nature, appears Farfa, a delightful village, famous for its splendid Benedictine Abbey.