It is not a coastal region yet it has a lot of water. Nature and parks, cities rich in art and culture, open-air sports, international events and excellent food will make your stay truly unforgettable.
Umbria is a land of balance, its myriad facets and souls merging in a single fresco - man and nature, deep spirituality and secular pride. Each place has its own unmistakeable identity, the result of millennia of civilisations that left behind thick layers of memories and timeless masterpieces: Umbrians, Etruscans, Sabines and Romans, followed by the great Medieval and Renaissance eras.
Farmers patiently sculpted the landscape by reclaiming land, ploughing and planting olive groves and vineyards, which in addition to producing fine oils and wines, have become the symbol of this territory.
Dotted with medieval hamlets and quiet hermitages, the Umbrian hills are enchanting. A few kilometres are enough to find yourself immersed in nature, with centuries-old beech woods, deep caves and mountains steeped in ancient legends.
Water emerges in springs and mountain lakes; it flows in rivers, carving out striking stone canyons; it gathers in swamps and artificial basins, transforming them into natural oases.
Lake Trasimeno, the slow flowing Tiber and the drop of the Marmore waterfalls; almost as if they were created deliberately to inspire poets and painters.
At the end of the trip, one thing is certain - Umbria is truly beautiful