Villa Ibisco is a charming estate located on the green hills of Umbria, inside the natural park of Monte Acuto. In full contact with nature, surrounded by olive trees. This is the ideal place for a peaceful holiday while at the same time being convenient for visiting Umbria's most famous attractions
Baciavento is a lovely stone farmhouse on one of the beautiful hills around Todi. It has been recently restored and transformed into a cozy and elegant Villa. Ideal for a family with children or group of friends who travel together.
Located in a commanding position over the ancient Town of Tolentino, in the heart of Marche, this Villa has stunning views over the undulating countryside, the Adriatic coast on one side and the Sibillini mountains on the other
From the Villa you can enjoy and amazing view of the Lake Trasimeno and its islands. You will find that the farmhouse is the ideal place to relax and enjoy unforgettable days of pleasure under the gentle Umbrian sun. The house is composed of the main building which can host up to 8 people and a little cottage with 2 twin rooms.
Scrupulously restored and absolutely contemporary in contrast to its original context, this tower, an ancient stronghold built in the twelfth century commanding its surroundings.
The property is situated close to the border of Umbria and Tuscany, in the hills above Lago Trasimeno and below Monte Castiglione (m 802). This is popular walking country with many local routes to explore. One trail goes past the property and connects with an ancient pilgrimage route that runs from Passignano sul Trasimeno to the Sanctuary of San Francesco in Chiusi della Verna.The area is also ideal for mountain biking.
Imagine the perfect fairy-tale setting, an imposing medieval castle with turrets and thick stone walls surrounded by rolling countryside and enchanting views over olive groves and charming hilltops villages
In an ancient sixteenth century convent, nestled on a green farm surrounded by woods, fields and pastures, just six kilometers from Cortona and at the center of the "Golden triangle of culture" created by Perugia Arezzo and Siena, the Relais Parco Fiorito holiday farm, on the Umbria - Tuscany border, is the ideal solution for tourists who want to spend their vacation in a homey and authentic atmosphere enhanced by all the most modern comforts and services.
Situated 10 minutes from Orvieto Italy amidst glorious rolling countryside that cross the edge among Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio (Rome's region). The whole property, 8 Ha of fenced, gated grounds, provides absolute peace and tranquility enjoying countryside vistas.
Umbria family villa with pool and good views – set in a tranquil location deep in the heart of Italy, Villa Beata is a beautifully restored, elegant country estate close to some of the region's quintessential hilltop towns. An ideal base if you want to experience authentic Italy
The magnificent Castello di Magrano was built in the middle ages (1200 AC), in defence of the town of Gubbio against Perugia. The castle has retained it defensive caracter from the outside, but four years of intensive renovation have turned the interior into an extremely welcoming and comfortable house for 14 to 35 guests
Le Torri di Bagnara Medieval Historic Villas is an elegant resort on an estate of about 600 hectares in the heart of Umbria, near Perugia, the splendid city of art, and from its hill dominates a large stretch of the Alta Valle del Tevere, also called “Valle Museo” (Museum Valley), because of its beauty, history and culture, dotted with castles, abbeys and medieval villages.
Umbria is a lovely and picture perfect region of central nothern Italy. With it's hills and rivers and amazing topography, it's perfect for farming and winelands, for which many visitors come to travel to see.
Umbria however is completely landlocked, it is the only region in Italy like this, which makes it very unique and charming. Of course you'l see the rivers, which run through, but this region is mainly known for it's historic and argicultural presense.
The Romans Conquered this land, however if you look hard enough you'll see that many of the residents stil feel quite like they are in another country. The are boasts tours that are fantastic and enchanting, with stories of the Etruscans and their fight to the end. The hills are filled with little dips and valleys that if one is lucky enough to look, one can find lots of great old treasures.
Yet for Italians this is a place to drive through and relax, many residents leave their doors open and you can always see children on a sunny or rainy day, playing outside. So if you're looking for a wonderful family vacation with lots of great history, this is the place to go.
See Orvieto where most people travel or visit Todi a lovely wine region and maybe stop by