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Holiday Homes in Italy guide to the regions of Umbria

Located in central Italy and often referred to as Italy's green heart, Umbria is famous for its dense forests, vast empty landscapes and trapped in time vibe. Unspoilt villages perch on hilltops and little discovered artistic treasures lie in wait.  

Discover the medieval walled city of Perugia, or the enchanting hilltop towns of Todi, Orvieto, Assisi and Citta di Castello. Head to Castiglionie del Lago, a picturesque town set above the peaceful shores of Lake Trasimeno. Or take in the breath-taking waterfalls of Terni.

Wherever you choose to stay, this peaceful region is bound to enchant with its old world and natural charms. Explore the guides below for a more detailed overview of each town and area or pick up the phone to talk with one of our team of experts.

Our guide on where best to stay in Umbria

Our guide on what there is to do in Umbria to make your holiday even more memorable

A magical of holy hill top town dominated by its breath-taking basilica at its peak and is simply a very peaceful place to be 

A delightful hillside town overlooking the shores of Lake Trasimeno, surrounded by olive groves has a quaint historic medieval fortress

This busy sophisticated city may be off the beaten track but revels in a medieval centre with many notable buildings and historic monuments

A medieval Umbrian town,totally charming with its gothic architecture and is peacefully set on the slopes of Monte Ingino

A lovely lake in the green heart of Umbria spilling over into Tuscanys gentle hills, gracias woods, vineyards and olive groves 

An historical town surrounded by hilly and green undulating landscapes is dominated by its marvelous castle and old town

A small town balanced on a cliff and overlooking Umbrians most breath-taking scenery, perfectly preserved and traffic free 

This wonderful of historic centres and where water meets a craggy exterior is great for history culture and folklore

The regions capital surrounded by medieval walls, this most gorgeous of cities is well- known for its chocolate festival

This elegant town offers an array of local restaurants and bars to visit and also a great shopping experience

This vineyard and olive grove surrounded city is captured by medieval walls and has so much charm in a wonderful setting

A small town has a real charm with a Roman amphitheatre and some truly beautiful breath-taking waterfalls nearby

Hilltop towns don't get better than this fairy tale gem with its breath-taking surrounding scenery of the Tevere valley

Wondering how to get to Umbria? Read our guide to help you

Our guide on when we think would be the best time of year to visit Umbria

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