Comune di Valfabbrica

Coat of arms

Location of Valfabbrica in Italy

Coordinates: 43°10′N 12°36′E / 43.167°N 12.600°E / 43.167; 12.600Coordinates: 43°10′N 12°36′E / 43.167°N 12.600°E / 43.167; 12.600
Country Italy
Region Umbria
Province / Metropolitan city Perugia (PG)
Frazioni Casa Castalda, Coccorano, Collemincio, Giomici, Monte Verde, Poggio Morico, Poggio San Dionisio
  Mayor Ottavio Anastasi
  Total 92.06 km2 (35.54 sq mi)
Elevation 289 m (948 ft)
Population (2007)
  Total 3,520
  Density 38/km2 (99/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Valfabbrichesi
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 06029
Dialing code 075
Patron saint St. Sebastian
Saint day January 20
Website Official website

Valfabbrica is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Perugia in the Italian region Umbria, located about 20 km northeast of Perugia. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 3,542 and an area of 92.1 km².[1]

The municipality of Valfabbrica contains the frazioni (subdivisions, mainly villages and hamlets) Casacastalda, Coccorano, Collemincio, Giomici, Monte Verde, Poggio Morico, and Poggio San Dionisio.

Valfabbrica borders the following municipalities: Assisi, Gualdo Tadino, Gubbio, Nocera Umbra, Perugia.


The town developed around the Abbey of Santa Maria in Vado Fabricae, created by the monks of Nonantola. Later it was contended by the communes of Gubbio and Assisi, until it was conquered by the Papal States.

The historical center has remains of the medieval walls and two towers. Notable is also the Romanesque pieve with 14th-century frescoes.

Twin towns

Demographic evolution


From A.S.D. Casacastalda to A.S. Gualdo Casacastalda

Gualdo Casacastalda is an Italian association football club, based in Gualdo Tadino and also in the homonymous frazione of the city. The club was founded in 2013 after the merger between A.S. Gualdo Calcio and A.S.D. Casacastalda.[2] Its colors are red and yellow.

In the season 2011-12 A.S.D. Casacastalda, founded in 1984, was promoted for the first time, from Eccellenza Umbria to Serie D after playoffs.


  1. All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat.
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