Camping in Umbria
There are nearly thirty campsites in Umbria. It forms the major part of the center of the Italian peninsula along with Tuscany. Umbria is the most mountainous while Tuscany stretches from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea. These remarkable landscapes have been natural crossroads since immemorial times. Umbria is covered with fields, constituting the green heart of Italy.Read more
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Trasimeno Glamping Resort (ex Camping Villaggio Italgest) is the ideal destination for your glamping holiday on Lake Trasimeno, a lovely lake in the heart of Umbria. The resort is reflected in its waters and is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes dotted with picturesque villages.
The Glamping offers hospitable, luxurious and comfortable accommodations designed to satisfy every requirement. Whether you choose a glamping tent, a mobile home or a camping pitch, you will always be guaranteed a holiday of comfort and contact with nature. The resort also features high-quality attractions and services, such as a beautiful lagoon, swimming pools for adults and children, sports fields, a theatre and two fantastic beaches.
The Trasimeno Glamping Resort looks forward to welcoming you and giving you an unforgettable open-air experience in one of Italy's most amazing regions!
Many campsites of Umbria are located near lakes, the most famous, largest and most populat being lake Trasimeno.
Wherever you're staying, you'll find plenty of activities and leisure opportunities. Umbria is not the busiest area of Italy when it comes to holiday destinations but it is certainly a good thing to book a little ahead - in springtime for instance - if you wish to travel there during the summer.
Why book at a campsite in Umbria?
When you book a mobile home or a traditional camping pitch at a campsite in Umbria it means you will be benefiting from a vacation in the heart of Italy, next to the Apennine mountain range. Umbria is also considered Italy's green lung due to its many forests and unspoiled natural environment. Soft hills alternate with vineyards, almond and chestnut groves. This is why the area is an absolute favourite for aficionados of "green" tourism, hiking lovers and those in search of quiet and relaxation.
You will also have the opportunity to visit villages and towns of Etruscan origin - the cradle of civilization on the peninsula - and millennial cities like Assisi and Perugia. The first receives many pilgrims each year. Once there, you should definitely discover its churches, the magnificent Basilica of Saint Francis and its pretty steep alleys. Perugia, the capital of the region, has inherited steep medieval streets, Gothic fountains, ramparts, palaces. Between Tuscany and Lazio, your campsite in Umbria will certainly amaze you with its many charms and opportunities!