Trevinano, a small hill town most likely of Etruscan origin. It is a part of the municipality of Acquapendente and located in the angle of northern Lazio, just where the region borders with Tuscany and Umbria.

Among its monuments are the castle of Monaldeschi, currently owned by the aristocratic family Boncompagni-Ludovisi, the Church of the Madonna della Quercia and the parish church.

Almost every year, if the weather is favorable, you can pick mushrooms in the woods area.