Umbria is the ideal place for visitors seeking the splendours of medieval and Renaissance art, or wishing to follow itineraries of historical and religious interest in the countryside that gave birth to St. Francis, St. Benedict, St. Rita and, especially the beauties of unspoilt Nature.
Umbria is a region that is still like Italy of the past without thousands of tourists.
The capital Perugia is known as the university city and is the home of Jazz music. Many of the main towns are walled medieval villages set atop tall hills rising up from the plains. Visit Deruta for ceramics and Orvieto, perched on a tufa hill with caves to explore below has a beautiful gothic Duomo.
Stay at one of our beautiful resorts in the magnificent country of Umbria as in the photo above.
Book at least six months ahead with us to go to the Perugia Chocalate Festival which runs for a week every year in October.
Ask us about the Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia in July and the Tango Festival in Todi. We can organise the accommodation for you.
Spend a wonderful day on the country estate doing our Cooking Course in Umbria.
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Umbria is the ideal place for visitors seeking the splendours of medieval and Renaissance art, or wishing to follow itineraries of historical and religious interest in the countryside that gave birth to St. Francis, […]
Umbria Jazz Festival is without doubt one of the main musical events in Italy and is renowned internationally for high quality performances and unique location. Every summer the Festival attracts thousands of visitors from […]
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Perugia, the capital of the region of Umbria is a medieval walled city has its own distinct personality, like all of Italy’s towns. It has stunning views from the edge of the city for […]