Hotels to remember: Umbria

Aethos Saragano

Gualdo Cattaneo

Locanda Palazzone


From € 194.00

Hotel Vannucci

Città della Pieve

Logge del Perugino Resort

Città della Pieve

Il Cantico della Natura

Montesperello di Magione

From € 149.00

Villa Milani


Fattoria di Vibio

Montecastello di Vibio

Al Vescovado 7


From € 83.00

Palazzo Leti


La Rocca dei Trinci

Capodacqua di Foligno

Le Tre Vaselle


Relais San Biagio

Nocera Umbra

Podere Le Olle


Il Melograno


From € 99.00

Castello di Petroia

Scritto di Gubbio

Park Hotel ai Cappuccini


From € 90.00

Relais Tenuta del Gallo

Macchie, Amelia

Torre della Botonta

Castel San Giovanni

From € 73.00

Castello di Magrano


From € 607.00



From € 230.00

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Umbria: suggestions from the insiders

Rebecca Winke


Rebecca Winke

The Best of Umbria's Food and Wine (and where to find it!) (Eating Up Umbria) →

Francesco Micci


Il Cantico della Natura

Farmhouse Holidays

Francesco Micci

The Song of Nature is an Eco Resort and Organic farm on Lake Trasimeno located in a beautiful stone house of 1600 surrounded by a centuries-old olive grove of 400 years and 30 hectares of woods and unspoiled nature. (Il Cantico della Natura) →

Leonardo Cipiccia


Torre Palombara - Dimora Storica

Historical Residences

In the peaceful countryside, close to any number of beautifully conserved medieval towns and villages: it's the perfect base for a relaxing holiday in Umbria ... (Torre Palombara - Dimora Storica) →

Rebecca Winke


Brigolante Guest Apartments

Farmhouse Holidays

Rebecca Winke

Assisi is one of the most beautiful Medieval hilltowns in all of Italy, and birthplace of Saint Francis. From Brigolante, you can visit all of Umbria's most iconic hilltowns, wineries, abbeys & monasteries, natural parks, and other sights. (Brigolante Guest Apartments) →


Umbria at a glance

Umbria Hotel

Pure like the waters of its springs, mystic like its cathedrals, unspoilt like its parks and mountains, vibrant like the jazz music which fills its piazzas, genuine and generous like its people.

Many of those visiting Umbria come to the conclusion that St. Francis, the great, gentle, and poetic Saint of content and simplicity, known for his love of the natural world, could not possibly have been born anywhere else. Indeed there is no lack of religious sentiment in this "spiritual heart of Italy", the enchanting green landscapes of which are dotted with any number of ancient chapels, churches, and abbeys. This small, land-locked region is rich in little hill towns and beautifully preserved Medieval cities, each and every one conserving stunning works of art and architecture, and its own unique gastronomic traditions.