Rolling hills, fields of grape vines and olive trees, stone farmhouses and charming, hillside villages--Umbria offers all of this and more. Imagine sitting on the back porch of your luxury villa rental with the yellow, brown and green hues of the countryside extending for miles before you.
Enjoy your private swimming pool and the charm of a remodeled country villa. Our attractive collection of luxury rental villas in Umbria offer all of that and allow you to tailor your vacation to your specific needs.
A luxury vacation rental in Umbria gives you the space you need so that everyone can relax and enjoy their vacation. Most villas for rent have full kitchens and many have private swimming pools. Some even have hot tubs, fireplaces and outdoor kitchens.
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Have you always wanted to relax in your own Italian farmhouse or luxury villa? Or maybe you dream of spending a week or two in a romantic setting with your spouse, getting reacquainted and reconnected away from job demands? How about exploring the gorgeous Italian countryside?
Whatever your idea of the perfect Umbria vacation, WIMCO has a luxury rental villa to meet your needs. From spacious, 13-bedroom, luxury farmhouse with plenty of room to house your entire group to romantic three-bedroom stone farmhouse overlooking Lake Trasimeno, we have the luxury villa to match your vision of the perfect vacation spot.
Having your own private swimming pool is one of the best parts of renting a luxury villa in Umbria. Nothing beats being able to cool off after a full day of sightseeing or wine sampling around the Umbrian countryside.
The area surrounding your pool also makes a great place to start the day and to entertain your guests. All of our luxury villas include a private swimming pool. And most of the pools are long enough for swimming laps.
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As charming and luxurious as our collection of luxury villa rentals can be. Sometimes you want to spend more time and a great way to add a few extra days to your vacation is to book a luxury hotel after the week-long villa vacation.
Hotel Relais Ducale, in the historic center of Gubbio, and Hotel San Luca in Spoleto, are luxury boutique hotels that offer a variety of pampering services and amenities without having to leave the hotel grounds.
Hotel Relais Ducale is located in an historic, stone building on one of the most beautiful squares in Italy. Amenities include a private garden and rooftop terrace as well as two eateries, all within steps of some of the most popular attractions in Umbria.
Hotel San Luca, in the small town of Spoleto, combines the new and old worlds, with a 19th century main building and a newer building with all of your favorite amenities. This luxury hotel in Umbria offers a beautiful inner courtyard and is adjacent to the city's automatic walkway, which can whisk you away to restaurants, shopping and sightseeing.
There are so many beautiful places to stay in Umbria. How do you know which one to choose? There really is no bad choice, but some different types of accommodations are better suited to specific lifestyles and needs.
A luxury Umbria villa rental offers a little more privacy than a hotel as well as more space for your family to spread out. Villas also have full kitchens where you can prefer at least some of your meals and avoid having to interrupt your day's activities to go to a restaurant to eat.
On the other hand, an Umbria five-star luxury hotel offers more amenities and services within the property. If you like nightlife, multiple restaurants and a spa, a luxury hotel might be a better choice for you.
Whichever type of accommodation you choose, WIMCO Villas will see to all the services you need, including regular spa services, housekeeping, a private chef and more.
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Umbria is a region in central Italy, east of Tuscany and about two hours between Rome and Florence. Umbria is best known for its picturesque countryside, charming small villages and numerous wineries.
Part of the thrill of visiting Umbria is driving through the vineyards, laden with grapes in the fall or stark and cross-shaped in the spring, turning a corner and having an historic hill town unfold before you.
You can also visit any number of small villages, each with its own signature wine, local crafts and artwork, or simply walk through the countryside surrounding your luxury villa rental and breath in the calm and the centuries of history.
Umbria is charming most any time of year. However, if we had to choose a time, we'd opt for the quieter, less touristy periods between April and mid-June and between mid-September and mid-October.
In July and August, you'll find the most tourists as well as the highest temperatures, often in the high 80s. January and February are the coldest months, with low temperatures ranging in the high 30s to low 40s.
The closest international airport to Umbria is Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, located about 35 minutes southwest of Rome and about a two hour drive from Umbria. There are many non-stop flights from North American cities, including New York City, Boston, Toronto, Chicago and Atlanta. Travel time from Boston and New York City is approximately eight hours. You can also fly into Florence or Pisa.
If you are traveling from cities in Europe, there are flights to the small airport in the Umbrian town of Perugia. There are several non-stop flights to Perugia from European cities, including London, Brussels, Rotterdam, Athens and Vienna. Travel time is approximately 2.5 hours from London and two hours from Brussels.
Visitors from both the United States and Canada are required to have a valid passport with at least three months validity to enter Italy. No visa is required for a stay of less than three months.
1. Explore Assisi. Assisi is the most popular town in Umbria. Named for St. Francis of Assisi, who founded the Franciscan religious order in the city, Assisi is an UNESCO world heritage site and a charming town to wander. There are two Medieval castles around the town, the Franciscan Cathedral and a host of other art and architectural sites. Assisi is also known for its vibrant arts and music scene.
2. Visit the Gothic Duomo in Orvieto. The magnificent Duomo in the hillside town of Orvieto is another highlight of Umbria. The 14th century Roman Catholic Cathedral is known for its Gothic doors, its frescoes by Fra Angelico and others, and its elaborate stained glass windows.
3. Wander around Spello. This walled city was built by the Romans in the first century, and many reminders from that era still remain. Highlights include the Santa Maria Maggiore Church, the ruins of the Roman amphitheater and the 1st century Arch of Augustus.
4. Relive Medieval history in Gubbio. Gubbio, located in the northern part of Umbria features a spectacular collection of 14th and 15th century homes as well as Roman archaeological sites and several important art galleries. Just walking around this unique town is fun.
5. Taste the local food and wine. In addition to its wine, Umbria is known for its olive oil, chocolate, truffles and honey. Local specialty dishes include spaghetti alla norcina, a dish made with black truffles, sausage and cream; tozzetti, an almond-flavored biscotti; and fagiana all'uva, a pheasant dish made with grapes.
If you've ever wanted to sit on the patio of your own private villa, sipping a glass of Italian wine and enjoying the sun setting behind the vineyards, then a luxury villa rental in Umbria is for you.
Our travel specialists will even take care of the planning. All you have to do is make the admittedly difficult choice of which villa you'd like to rent. Rest assured that you'll have access to WIMCO Villas' 24/7 complimentary concierge service.
We'll do the rest, from booking your flights and transfers to stocking the villa with your favorite foods and beverages. At WIMCO Villas, our mission is to do whatever it takes to make your vacation memorable and enjoyable. Contact us today to start planning your perfect Umbria vacation!