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Reviews of villas in Umbria

We have 195 reviews of our villas in Umbria.

Renter: Gregory Gregory
Gregory September 2019

Villa Casale Silvia is located in the beautiful town of Umbria. This d air-conditioned and sleeps14 people and has 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms. My Big Villa family was in total awe with these breathtaking relaxing views. A true peaceful serenity experience. From the dining room, a wooden staircase leads upstairs to a second kitchen on the first floor with direct access to the garden. This is the countryside at its best .....with a lovely big pool and hot tub.

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Renter: Emma Emma
Emma August 2019

We have really enjoyed the villa, fantastic facilities, plenty of room, beautiful surroundings, great pool and hot tub. We can honestly say, wea€™ve loved staying here. Plenty of utensils and facilities, a real home from home. Thank you so much.

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Renter: Klaus Klaus
Klaus July 2019

The villa was very nice and the pool area. Bedroom has very good bathrooms. Kitchen equipment are really good. The views are beautiful and quiet . We like the place very much!

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Renter: Fernando C. Fernando C.
Fernando C. May 2019

Perfectly furnished! During our two-week vacation, the weather was often rainy and cool. However, the house could be heated well, which made the stay nevertheless pleasant. The location and the house are just fantastic. The daily groceries can be bought at the shop in San Feliciano, which is easily accessible by bike (about 2 km). Highly recommended: the Ristorante XXX 20 minutes on foot through the forest above the villa!

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Travel guide

Villas in Umbria

Arguably, the best of Italy's traditions can be found in the rolling hills of Umbria. Bordered by neither sea nor any other country, this region has kept alive the customary food, wine and lifestyle of Italian culture, yet still remains a better value option than some other areas in Italy.

Known as the green heart of Italy, this sparsely populated region boasts a vast undulating landscape robed in olive groves and dense forests. Woodlands, sunflower and corn fields and vineyards surround the stunning Lake Trasimeno, which also offers nine beaches well-equipped for holiday-makers. For culture, art and architecture Umbria’s towns and cities offer the lot: Perugia, with the River Tiber running through it, and its cobbled alleys and historical mansions, the beautiful medieval hill towns such as Todi and Spoleto, and Assisi’s grandiose Basilica di San Francesco containing frescoes by Giotto. Experience the real Italy from your villa in Umbria.