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Sud Umbria


Independent villa with 10 + 4 beds (650 sqm).On the ground floor there are a kitchen, a living room with fireplace (not usable for cooking), a dining room, a study, two guest bathrooms, a master bedroom with loft, fireplace and bathroom with shower, a bedroom with two single beds, one on the ground floor and one on the mezzanine (it is a single sof…

  • Typology Luxury Villas
  • Beds 10 +4
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 6
  • Surface 650 mq
  • Pool 9x7 mt
  • Air conditioning A/C

Sud Umbria


Borgo San Pietro Aqua & Ortus is an ancient medieval village recently restored. The complex is located on the high hillside slopes of the Selva di Meana Park. Through the avenue flanked by cypress trees you reach the gate where suddenly you feel projected into another era. The stones, the columns, the arches, the roofs, the bell tower, the stre…

  • Typology Castles and Villages
  • Beds 63 +35
  • Bedrooms 33
  • Surface 2500 mq
  • Pool 25 x 8

Sud Umbria


Retrieved from a clever renovation of the convent of Santa Margherita, founded in the 12th century, the Hotel Bramante is located in the heart of Umbria along the green slopes of the Todi hill. Dominated by the imposing Renaissance temple of Bramante, it is the ideal place for a relaxing holiday in an extraordinarily pleasant place rich in history,…

  • Typology Resort and Spa
  • Beds 114
  • Bedrooms 57
  • Bathrooms 57
  • Air conditioning A/C

Sud Umbria


Accommodation12 rooms. Each room has its own individual style due to the architecture, size and decoration. They all look out onto the “sacred” mountain of the valley of Spoleto 'il Monteluco», which offers the peace and harmony felt by the hermits who once lived there. Traditional cakes are served at breakfast accompanied by silver cutlery, f…

  • Typology Resort and Spa
  • Beds 24
  • Bedrooms 12
  • Air conditioning A/C

Southern Umbria

The south-eastern part of Umbria allows you to immerse yourself in the wildest part of the region, with areas that are still little known.

The rugged landscape of the Valnerina alternates with places of great natural peace, such as Lake Piediluco, and spiritual ones, such as the hermitages that dot the area. The Marmore waterfall is a sight not to be missed, as are the historical and artistic jewels of Orvieto, Todi, Spoleto, Norcia and Cascia.

Etruscan archaeology, medieval history, spiritual itineraries, many proposals in a limited area.