Relais “I Ciclamini”
“I Ciclamini” estate is also the home of the famous author of texts by the greatest Italian artists Giulio Mogol, this Borgo is the Kingdom of the poet of music.
Do not miss the opportunity to combine the charm of a dream wedding with the emotion of recording a song at the end of the event, your song made in the most famous recording room in Italy.
An elegant hotel complex situated in an enchanting landscape on the Umbrian hills. The medieval structure includes apartments, restaurants, the Church, the Theater, engraving rooms, swimming pools, wellness center, ponds and riding stables.
The internal garden of over one hectare totally covered by piped music and the surrounding cyclamen woods make the stay an unforgettable experience, it is like living in a dream.
The perfect hamlet for your Big Day
Inside the estate there is the Church, a medieval chapel, perfect for celebrating the ceremony,
the adjacent cloister is a valid alternative for the outdoor celebration.
“…Tomorrow you can forget but now,
now tell me yes…”
Two large dining rooms are available for receptions, one of which opens onto a panoramic terrace overlooking the hanging garden of olive trees. It is possible to appreciate the dishes prepared with organic products, ten thousand square meters of the estate are intended for strictly organic vegetable gardens and orchards, truffles, porcini mushrooms, Norcia salami, typical Umbrian cheeses and chicken coops managed with farms on the ground.
The pride and joy are the 100-seat theater and the two recording rooms where before leaving the location you can record a disc, organize shows with the artists trained and selected directly by Mogol’s School.
Here everything is music
At the end of the event you can sing in pairs or with guests and record the song in the recording room assisted by the artistic director of Maestro Mogol, you will receive the CD and the authenticity parchment with the Maestro’s autograph. On request it will be possible to distribute a souvenir copy to all your guests.
“…You call them if you want emotions.”