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Lake Trasimeno Holidays

Beautiful lake in rolling Umbrian countryside

Set in rural Umbria near the Tuscany border, your holiday in Trasimeno is ideally placed to explore these two fascinating regions. Assisi, Perugia, Siena and Florence are all accessible in a day. Castiglione lies on the south-western shore of the lake. Its old walled town overlooks the lake and is a delight to explore. Passignano (main picture) sits on the northern shore. Its historic centre of cobbled streets is dominated by an imposing fortress. Both resorts have lake bathing and ferry services to the islands of Maggiore and Polvese and excellent restaurants serving local cuisine. There is also plenty of walking to enjoy in the Trasimeno National Park, as well as a fascinating Etruscan history to explore.

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service in Lake Trasimeno.



Useful Information

Resort Code: ITTR

Languages spoken: English

Time difference: GMT +1

Currency: EUR

  • from£644pp
  • 140 rooms
Club Hotel Villa Paradiso, Lake Trasimeno, Italy - exterior with outdoor pool.jpg

A well-run and informal 4 star hotel popular with families. Set above the lake 500m from Passignano resort centre.

  • from£666pp
  • 53 rooms
Hotel Lido, Lake Trasimeno, Italy - Outdoor Pool by night.jpg

The welcoming Lido is ideally situated in the centre of Passignano beside the lakefront promenade.

  • from£528pp
  • 30 rooms
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The Trasimeno is a family-run hotel in the centre of Passignano offering comfortable accommodation in a quiet location just 50 metres from the lakeside. There are several excellent restaurants in resort offering good value set evening menus (list and map from reception). The train station and ferry point are 300 metres away.

  • from£492pp
  • 35 rooms

A charming and friendly hotel in a superb location, the ethos of the Hotel Duca Della Corgna is one of peace and relaxation in an enviable spot which gives you access to the town centre and station for those with a passion for site seeing.

Travel and Transportation

Departure day To Depart from Supplement
Pisa Gatwick

Transfer Approx. 2hrs 30mins by coach.

Supplements: are based on 7 nights departures.

Self drive is available

Car hire available: Yes

Evening resort bus service: No

Local bus services:

Parking available: No

Resort Ski bus available: No

Inghams Plus

  • Early Booking Offers at selected hotels
  • Inghams Rep telephone service

Special Offers


BOOK LOCALLY - subject to minimum numbers

Siena and San Gimignano

£67, full day - Visit these two historic Tuscan towns.


Montepulciano and Pienza

£49, half day - Delightful Etruscan Pienza and wine tasting in Montepulciano.



£34, half day - Cortona is one of Italy’s oldest hill towns with a great local market and was featured in Francis Mayes book Under the Tuscan Sun.


Isola Maggiore

£32, half day - A relaxing half day trip to this beautiful untouched island


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Things To Do

Il Palio di Siena (located in Siena  2 July - 16 August)

The world famous Palio di Siena takes place every year in the beautiful city of Siena. Situated in the Piazza del Campo, this festival of friendly rivalry between the 17 neighbourhoods or Contrade is a feast for the senses. With food markets sporting some of the best culinary delights the region has to offer, local wineries serving gorgeous rich reds and crisp whites from the nearby vineyards and a plethora of theatrical and musical events, you'll be spoiled for choice. The festival culminates in an incredible horse race through the city which each Contrade competing for the crown. It might be brief but the race is tense and enthralling and with just an hours drive to Siena from Lake Levico, certainly not to be missed!





Activity Information

Other things to do in and around Lake Trasimeno

  • Trips to lake islands
  • Florence (90 mins) or Perugia (30 mins) by train
  • Horse-riding trips
  • Sailing clubs for beginners and experts
  • Tuoro sul Trasimeno Hannibal museum
  • Trasimeno Blues festival (in July)

Palio Delle Barche

In July one of the main events during the summer is the “Palion delle Barche” This historical re-enactment tells the story of rivalry between two historical Perugian families, the Baglioni and the Oddi. The event takes place on the last Sunday in July and is a race in 3 parts, water, overland and back in the water. 160 contestants divide
into 4 teams to race against each other and one of the most gruelling parts is running the steep steps to the fortress that overlooks Passignano carrying the extremely heavy boat. Fun to watch and a great atmosphere!


Popular walks

Belveduto Walk | 12km | 6 hrs

The walk visits medieval Castel Rigone and continues to the Poggio del Belveduto viewpoint. After lunch (not included) in an Agriturismo, return towards Passignano.

Lake Panoramas | 4km | 2 hrs

By taxi to enjoy the panorama from San Vito church. The walk then takes us past farmhouses and ruined towers above the lake and back down to Passignano.

Both walks involve reasonable transport costs.

Two Centres | You can combine your 7 night stay in Lake Trasimeno with a stay in Montecatini so you can experience the beauty and diversity of both areas.

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