Umbria Holidays

A holiday to Umbria is your chance to slow down and really experience la dolce vita. This central region is the green heart of Italy, so expect working villages that live life at a peaceful pace.

In fact, even the cities take things easy. Assisi balances on a hilltop covered in churches, including the gothic Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi. The National Gallery of Umbria idles in Perugia’s Palazzo dei Priori. And the medieval town of Gubbio serves up sweeping views of the Apennines from its cable car.

Wherever you decide to stay in Umbria, great wine (try a glass or two of Montefalco) and hearty home-cooked food (think truffles, porcetta and pecorino) are guaranteed.

  • 94 rooms
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This is a wonderful hotel in the centre of historic Perugia. It's the perfect base for visit this stunning art city and nearby towns like Assisi. There's lots of history to discover here from the elegant rooms with antique furniture to the underground spa with a glass-bottom pool that shows off 3,000-year-old ruins. 

  • 18 rooms

A secluded hotel located in the heart of Umbria with lovely countryside views, relaxing pool and a wellness centre.

  • 53 rooms

The welcoming Hotel Lido's in an ideal location in the centre of Passignano, right beside Lake Trasimeno. Chill out with lake views in the pool or on the restaurant terrace.

  • 16 rooms
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A serene property is close to Perugia and Assisi with just 16 rooms and countryside views. It’s been lovingly restored in keeping with Umbria’s rich traditions and has a fantastic restaurant.

Good to know

  • A centre for gastronomic excellence with it’s with its truffles, hams and cheeses
  • Explore the Umbrian countryside dotted with beautiful hill towns such as Todi and Spoleto
  • There are plenty of cycling paths and walking trails in Umbria for beginners to pros
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