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Umbria is a delightful mix of stunning Italian countryside dotted with striking towns and villages. Choose a holiday letting in the famous Umbrian town of Assisi, or stunning Spoleto. Perhaps you’ll prefer to wake to the sounds of grazing goats peacefully roaming the rolling hills? Holiday lettings in Umbria’s countryside offer you peace and tranquillity, yet with fast and easy access to any of the region’s gorgeous towns.Fantastic value holiday lettings
Holiday lettings in Umbria are often built from the local light-coloured stone and provide spacious holiday accommodation both in the town and the countryside. Offering excellent value for money, Umbria’s holiday lettings often feature airy terraces looking over clear blue swimming pools, perfect for enjoying the radiant summer warmth. Holiday lettings in Umbria’s towns include flats which retain a rustic charm, reflecting the history and beauty of Umbria; the lush, green heart of Italy.
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Set in the luscious heart of Italy: discover green hills, home to sheep and goats, clear, blue, fresh lakes packed with fish and historic towns with stories going back centuries. The capital city is Perugia, which is also home to the region’s main airport. While you can explore much of Umbria in a week, a more sedate pace will allow you to really soak up the divine atmosphere of this magical region. With towns just as gorgeous as the countryside that surrounds them, everywhere you travel in Umbria is easy on the eye. Explore the winding medieval streets and the exquisite remnants of the Roman era, brought into the modern age with welcoming locals and a convivial atmosphere.The wine and olive hub of Italy
Famous for its wine, olive oil and gastronomy, a visit to Umbria is not complete without exploring its farms and vineyards. Tili Vini is an exceptional example. Overlooking the historic town of Assisi, a day trip to Tili Vini is a must for all wine lovers. Enjoy a tour of the vines, followed by a divine wine tasting experience accompanied by home-made artisan food. Umbria’s thriving olive oil farms offer a fascinating insight into this precious and diverse natural resource and are well worth seeking out and enjoying
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With its fertile lands it is no surprise that eating out in Umbria means eating locally. Meat and dairy products from sheep and goats who roam the green hills of Umbria and Umbrian grown vegetables are brought together by the most skilled chefs, to present you with a gastronomy experience to rival anywhere in Italy, and by extension, in the world. Top picks include Locanda Giustini in Assisi, offering fine dining in a light and airy space, and Antica Bottega Al Duomo in Orvieto, specialising in Umbrian food cooked to time-honoured recipes.Umbria for lovers of religious history
Umbria has a rich history, tightly connected to spirituality and religion. This connection is reflected in its extraordinarily beautiful churches and buildings, and evidence of spiritual history heading back though Christianity to the worship of Roman gods and Paganism. Perhaps the most famous Christian building is the Basilica de San Francisco, where the elaborate tomb of Saint Francis of Assisi rests. Within the walls of the Basilica hang one of Italy’s most celebrated pieces of art: The 28 wonderful frescos depicting Saint Assisi’s life and work.
One of Christianity’s most revered saints, St Francis of Assisi, was born and raised in Umbria!
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Perugia, the regional capital of Umbria, is a charming hillside town and is well worth a visit beyond just its airport. While you are there, the must-see destination is the Palazzo dei Priori, wherein you will discover a world-class medieval art collection.2. Enjoy Umbria’s famous jazz festival
Umbria Jazz is one of Italy’s premier music festivals. Held in July each year in the town of Perugia, you’ll experience some of the top jazz artists in the world backdropped by this gorgeous Umbrian town.3. Experience the small-town charm of Spello
Away from the main tourist areas, this pretty village is built on hillside terraces, creating the most dramatic and delightful vistas over Umbria. Enjoy its narrow alleys and white stone buildings, then settle with a glass of local wine and just relax and take in the view.4. Step back in time in Unveil Todi
Previously voted by Italians as ‘the most liveable city in Italy’ Todi overlooks the picturesque Tevere Valley. The city walls are unusual in that they are from three eras: Etruscan, Roman and Medieval, creating a unique and fascinating sense of history and time.5. Find your centre at Lake Trasimeno
Not always a peaceful scene, Lake Trasimeno in Umbria bore witness to Hannibal destroying a Roman army back in 217 BC. Nowadays, however, peace reigns at Lake Trasimeno, with clear blue water making way to olive groves, woodlands and sunflower fields. A true taste of Umbrian paradise!
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|🏡 Holiday lettings available:||3099 properties.|
|💳 Discount available:||up to -35%.|
|🌙 Minimum price per night:||from £33.|
|⭐ Most popular amenities:||Wi-Fi, garden and barbecue.|
|🐾 Pet-friendly:||1580 properties.|
|👩👩👧👦 For families:||7% of the properties.|
|🏊 With pool:||1770 properties.|