Updated: Feb 12
Italy draws tourists from around the world for a number of reasons. Its stunning architecture, fascinating culture, rich history and, of course, delectable food are all renowned across the globe. But what makes Italy such a wonderful destination is the enormous variety that you’ll find within the different regions. Bordering on Tuscany, Le Marche and Lazio, Umbria is a must-visit for those who long to be inspired by the lush natural vistas and stunning medieval architecture that have inspired artists and poets for centuries.
Whether you’ve come for the food, the scenery or the wealth of activities, Umbria has something to offer all year round.
Visit Italy’s Green Heart
The region of Umbria is often referred to as the “Green Heart of Italy” for its rolling green hills and picturesque ancient towns. With a rich history and grand artistic legacy, you’ll always find something to rouse the soul and spark the imagination.
Many of Umbria’s greatest wonders are its natural wonders and the activities that take place within them. Umbria is a great spot for hill climbing, carverning, hiking and mountain biking or roaming the forests hunting for truffles. .
Because of the wealth of outdoor activities available you may wonder about the weather in Umbria Italy. Let’s take a look at what the seasons have to offer...
Umbria enjoys balmy, warm weather in the spring with highs climbing from 14° in March to 23° in May with lows around 4° in March, 6° in April and 10° in May. Perfect weather for strenuous outdoor activities like climbing and mountain biking as well as long, leisurely hikes.
Umbria gets very hot and bright summers with temperatures ranging from 14-16° at their lowest and exceeding 35° at their highest. The perfect weather in which to enjoy the areas wonderful open spaces (with the proper sun protection) and historic architecture.
Septembers in Umbria tend to be comparable to early summer with highs of 35° and lows of around 10° although temperatures take a sharp drop in November. Nonetheless, this is a great time to enjoy a range of outdoor activities. Just be sure to plan for the rain.
Finally, winters are comparable to most of the country, with highs of around 9° and lows of 1°. Still, there’s a lot to enjoy both indoors and outdoors in winter from wine tasting and walks in the countryside to the region’s winter Jazz Festival.
A wonderful holiday deserves wonderful accommodation
Of course, to make the most of your trip to Umbria, you’ll want gorgeous and relaxing accommodations to enjoy as you explore the many wonders that the area. Treat yourself to a stay in the stunning Casa Nestore luxury self catering holiday apartments. This traditional stone farmhouse is in easy reach of Umbria’s capital Perugia and all its attractions. Yet, the apartments themselves are quiet and peaceful, surrounded by beautiful greenery where you can relax with your loved ones.
All rooms are fully centrally heated and beautifully decorated and appointed. And if you’d like to swim a few strokes, there’s also a solar-heated swimming pool which guests are free to enjoy.
Make your visit to Umbria one that you’ll never forget with a stay at Casa Nestore apartments. Rooms tend to book up fast, so get in touch with us today to avoid disappointment.