If you are looking for a villa in Umbria, we suggest you to choose from our short selection of wonderful villas. Enjoy yourself in Bella Umbria and choose the appropriate villa that will offer an unforgettable experience.
Villa Pani is an exquisite renovated Umbrian farmhouse, with rustic original features, surrounded by green and encircled by ten acres of vineyard and olive orchards. It is a wonderful location in which to enjoy a tranquil escape with friends and family. The medieval hilltop village of Panicale, with its shops and restaurants, is a three-minute drive away.
Nora is a magnificent large villa with annexe stands on a hillside with panoramic views over the Umbrian countryside just south of Perugia and north of Todi with good access to shops and restaurants. The village of Collazzone is only few kilometers away so is the town of Deruta famous for its hand painted ceramic.
Villa Capo is an old farmhouse situated in one of the greenest areas of Umbria and only a few kilometers from the Tuscan border. The house has been recently restored with great care to maintain the original features and has been furnished with period pieces. A well maintained garden surrounds the house with fruit and olives trees. There is a private swimming pool that enjoys views over the rolling hills. Only a few meters from the house there is an annexe. Gas central heating.
Mariano Trilo is part of a large estate in the countryside of Todi, surrounded by olive groves. The estate includes also two apartments and the owner’s house, sharing the facilities. The two apartments which are part of a hamlet are about 600m from the shared pool. These can be booked together for a larger group of up to 14 people.
Located close to the historical center of Todi, with a view of the surrounding hills, Villa Glenda is a lovely countryside property with a beautiful large pool. Todi is famous for its handmade ceramics and pottery, handicraft, antique exhibitions and markets, cultural festivals and activities, cuisine, D.O.C. wines and D.O.P. olive oil, and its numerous good restaurants.
With a temperate and warm climate, Umbria is expecting its tourists all year round to discover a very interesting and amazing part of the Italian culture. Italy’s ‘green heart’ is a lovely place to enjoy, so don’t miss the chance to book the trip of your dreams.