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Agriturismo in Umbria
The Italian region of Umbria is characterized by lush woody hills, but is far less well-known with tourists than for instance Tuscany. That is surprising, because there is so much to be explored and discovered in this lovely region of central Italy. I – Margot – have selected a number of welcoming and comfortable agriturismos in Umbria. Every one of them has been personally visited by me. And selected for quality, atmosphere, and hospitality.
The map above shows all my agriturismos in Umbria. Since I have only selected the best ones, they get booked up quickly. So don’t delay!
Welcome to the Green Heart of Italy
Umbria gained this title because it is situated between Tuscany, Lazio and Marche. The countryside is more rugged than that of Tuscany, and Umbria has no beaches. But you will not miss the coast or the beaches, because Umbria has all the ingredients for an unforgettable holiday.
For somewhere cool to escape to, go to Lake Trasimeno: the fourth largest lake in Italy. It is fringed with charming towns and villages and has three islands and several beaches. And Umbria is perfect for hiking and cycling if you do not mind hilly terrain. In springtime, this part of Italy is a colourful sea of wild flowers.
With over 2,000 hours of sunshine per year, Umbria’s climate is ideal for wine production. Wineries are abundant here, and most of them cater for visitors. Wine aficionados will appreciate the good wines that they produce, and these wines are also served with Umbria’s regional dishes. The region is famous for its black truffles, for instance, and Baci chocolates (meaning ‘kisses’ in Italian) from Perugia.
Cosy villages and towns
You will find lots of beautiful villages and historic walled towns to visit. Deruta for instance – the centre of Majolica stoneware – and Todi. Orvieto, seated high on a plateau of volcanic tufa, is a must see. Umbria’s capital, Perugia, boasts picturesque streets and alleys, and is a lively student and art town with a thriving nightlife.
Umbria’s most renowned cultural site is Assisi. The ‘San Francesco Basilica’ is famous for its frescos and tomb of Saint Francis. You will probably also enjoy the beautiful view from the hilltop on which this imposing basilica was built. Assisi’s pristinely preserved historical centre is definitely worth a visit. And let’s not forget the fantastic town of Montefalco, with its beautiful paintings and frescos.
A beautiful agriturismo in Umbria
Are you looking for a comfortable, relaxing holiday in Umbria, in central Italy? Book a charming, luxurious agriturismo with me.
An agriturismo is a working farm offering luxury holiday accommodation. You will stay in a comfortable apartment in rural surroundings. A quiet escape where you can enjoy the verdant countryside. We have an agriturismo near Lake Trasimeno, for instance, and another near Assisi. All of our agriturismos in Umbria have a pool. Some have a restaurant serving typical local dishes. The welcoming owners will be glad to tell you what to see and do in the region.
A child-friendly agriturismo in Umbria
Are you planning to go on holiday with young children? Then I recommend booking a child-friendly agriturismo. Your child has plenty of room for discovery and play here. There is a pool, a playground, and a field where they can play football, for instance. Carefree enjoyment for all.
Book an agriturismo in Umbria
Using the map above, you can easily book your favourite agriturismo in Umbria. Want to browse a bit more? Explore my agriturismos in Marche, for instance, and the agriturismos in Tuscany. Need some advice? Just email me. I know the region and each of the agriturismos. I’ll be only too happy to help you.