A journey through Umbria and Marche is ideal for those who want to enjoy the unspoiled nature of this area, without being too far from cities of art and places of natural and cultural interest
Considered "The green heart of Italy", Umbria is dotted with hills and gentle slopes, castles, parish churches, abbeys and medieval villages. Among its cities, precious treasure chests of some of the most beautiful treasures of Italian art, Assisi stands out as Unesco world heritage since 2000. Its intact medieval village, its monuments and places of strong religious interest make it a unique place to world. In addition to the cities - Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto, Gubbio - there are also the spectacular Marmore Falls and the beautiful Lake Trasimeno to visit.
After Umbria you can move towards Urbino, one of the most important historical centers of the Renaissance, a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1998. Main points of interest are Palazzo Ducale, home of the National Gallery of the Marche, Casa di Raffaello, Duomo Cathedral and the former Monastery of Santa Maria.
Furthermore, the possibilities for pleasant trekking and cycling tours immersed in nature are endless in this area. These are just some of the countless activities and attractions that this part of Italy has to offer, all to be accompanied with its excellent wine and food delicacies.
Staying in Umbria and nearby Marche is a unique experience not to be missed: discover our villas sorrounded by greenery to fully enjoy relaxation and nature.