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16 campsites in Italy, Umbria

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Camping Il Collaccio

Castelvecchio di Preci is tucked away in the tranquil heights of the mountainous Umbrian countryside, as is Camping Il Collaccio, which is set on a...

Villaggio Italgest

Camping Villaggio Italgest is a mature, pleasant site with 208 touring pitches (with 6A electricity) on level grass with plenty of shade. Cars are parked...

Camping Pian di Boccio

Pian di Boccio is a small-scale campsite in the heart of Umbria. It is situated near the fortress town of Bevagna and within a radius...

Camping Rio Verde

This is a very peaceful and straightforward campsite located in a wooded valley with plenty of shade. There are 50 informally arranged pitches with 6A...

Camping Badiaccia

A lakeside site, Camping Badiaccia Village, has a relaxed atmosphere and excellent views of the surrounding hills and the islands of the lake. Being directly...

Camping Village Punta Navaccia

Situated on the north side of Lake Trasimeno, close to two of the lake’s islands, Punta Navaccia is run by the three ebullient Migliorati sisters...

Capitello Camping

Capitello Camping is an attractive and peaceful family site set near the curving River Tiber. It is efficiently run by the dynamic young owner, Alberto...

Camping Monti del Sole

Monti del Sole is a very friendly site situated in woodland, just 5 km. from the medieval town of Narni. Alfredo Petrini and his delightful...

Villaggio Parco dei Pini

A pretty new site on the lakeside, this is a great alternative to the larger sites in the area. It is set in the grounds...

Camping Kursaal Hotel

Opened in 1967, Camping Kursaal is the oldest campsite at Lago Trasimeno and sets a very high standard. Located directly beside the lake, it is...

Camping Listro

This is a simple, pleasant, T-shaped site with the best beach on Lake Trasimeno. Listro provides 100 pitches, all with 3A electricity, many of which...

Camping Polvese

Beside the lake, Polvese takes its name from the island which can be seen clearly from the site. The 70 touring pitches (6/9A electricity) are...

Green Village Assisi

Green Village Assisi is an excellent site situated on the west side of Assisi and provides a green environment and tranquillity. Situated on a 30.00...

Camping Il Falcone

This small and neat, eco-friendly site provides just 36 terraced pitches (half for motorhomes and caravans) in a steeply sloping olive grove that gives some...

Camping la Spiaggia

La Spiaggia has its own beach and is pleasantly covered with pine and oak trees providing shade to most pitches. The 50 touring pitches (60-10...


Known as the ‘green heart of Italy’, Umbriais a beautiful region of rolling hills, woods, streams and valleys that gives way to high mountain wilderness. It is well known for the beauty and profusion of its medieval hilltowns.

Trevi, Umbria

Umbria’s main attractions are the Vale of Spoleto and the hill towns of Spoleto and Assisi. The birthplace of Saint Francis, Assisi attracts vast numbers of art lovers and pilgrims throughout the year who visit his burial place, the Basilica di San Francesco, built in 1228, two years after his death. With a scenic woodland setting, Spoleto was once an important Roman colony. The town has the remains of a Roman amphitheatre, reputedly where ten thousand Christian martyrs were slaughtered, and a variety of Romanesque churches. It also boasts an impressive 14th-century aqueduct. 

Near Perugia, the regional capital, is Lake Trasimeno, the fourth largest lake in Italy. It has plenty of opportunities for fishing, swimming and water sports. The lakeside town of Castiglione del Lago is a good place to relax and unwind on the small sandy beaches; from here, boats make regular trips tothe Isola Maggiore, one of the lake’s three islands. Further north is Gubbio, the most thoroughly medieval of all the Umbrian towns. A charming place full of twisting streets with soft pink stone houses and terracotta tiled rooftops, its beauty is enhanced by the forest-clad Apennine mountains looming up behind.

Umbria has two provinces:  Perugia and Terni. 


Places of interest

Deruta: Town renowned for its ceramics. 

Monte Cucco Regional Park: Offers organised trails and outdoor activities.

Monti Sibillini: National park with good walking trails.

Norcia: Mountain town, birthplace of St Benedict.

Orvieto: Boasts one of the greatest Gothic churches in Italy.

Spello: Renowned for frescoes in the 12/13th-century church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Roman ruins.

Todi: Striking hilltown, 13th-century church and palaces.

Tartufo nero

Cuisine of the region

Simple pastas and roast meats are popular, especially pork and la porchetta (whole suckling pig stuffed with rosemary or sage, roasted on a spit). Truffles can be found in abundance, particularly in Noria, which also produces some of the country’s best hams, sausages and salamis. The rivers yield fish such as eel, pike, trout and crayfish. Locally grown vegetables include lentils, beans, celery and cardoons. Good quality olive oil is readily available. Orvieto is a popular Umbrian white wine.

Agnello alla cacciatora: Lamb with a sauce of anchovies, garlic and rosemary.

Crescionda: Rich traditional cake prepared with almond biscuits, lemon rind and bitter chocolate.

Fichi: Candied figs with almonds and cocoa.

Tartufo nero: Black truffles.