Umbria is full of enchanting medieval villages and every time you come to visit this beautiful land you will see new perspectives. So come back every year and book into a resort!
Umbria is known as the green heart of Italy, but it is much more than that. In addition to nature, in fact, you will find many traces of the saints who have lived in this region, by St. Francis of Assisi on Valentine's Day (which is on February 14).
From your resort you can discover beautiful cities and landscapes.
Umbria is the land of medieval towns such as Orvieto and Todi rising high and proud on a hill full of vineyards and olive groves. In the first of two locations, you can also discover and taste the delicious white wine.
The villages and towns of Umbria were maintained over time, and still retain their medieval character. So this is a beautiful area to explore, with plenty to see. We advise you to visit the National Gallery of Umbria, Perugia.
For those who love shopping, there are the beautiful shops in Corso Vannucci!
Average summer temperature: 29 degrees
Pilgrimage to Assisi, city of St. Francis
Monti Sibillini the Piano Grande National Park
The town of Norcia is famous for its black truffles and sausages
Handmade pottery and ceramics and the famous chocolate
The Park City Sunday of Perugia is the perfect place for families who want to spend a fun day in the middle of nature and animals. It can be visited on foot or aboard the historic train that goes around the entire park, stopping along the prominent attractions: the farm of old trades, the Village of Pinocchio, the Far West, the Canyon of the Raptors.
La Cisterna in the old town of Amelia is a must see. Here you can see with your own eyes how ingenious the Romans were: they built an underground hydraulic construction which provided all city residents with clean water 2100 years ago. Very clever!
In Umbria annually during the second and third week of July there is an international jazz festival, where great artists from abroad perform. Good music in a beautiful setting! Look for the program.
Perugia is an all-rounder. Designer boutiques, outlets and workshops. Every day there is something around the city like an antiques market. So you can shop till you drop.