Easter in Umbria: sport, unspoilt nature and medieval villages

Ideas and tips for your Easter in Umbria: from the unspoilt nature to the inspiring medieval villages

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Spending the Holy Week in Umbria offers several ideas to enjoy some days among adventure, splendid landscapes, uncontaminated nature and ancient medieval villages. With the arrival of the good season, the Italian Green Heart is going to become a real outdoor gym.

Any ideas?

Trekking

A backpack, suitable shoes, a camera and a map in hand: Umbria is worth to be visited!

The Italian Green Heart is the ideal land to take satisfying cultural walks among enchanting medieval alleys and in the nature to breathe clean air.

The alternation of mountains with plains makes this region a spot with enchanting landscapes, as well as beautiful and changing colours according to the season.

 

Bike and mountain bike

On mountain bike or by road bike, Umbria is the perfect setting for cycling excursions, for example itineraries with a lake view or along the flowered plains and hills offering inspiring views.

From the Trasimeno Lake to Valnerina, through the Upper Tiber Valley or the Marmore Waterfall: choose the best itinerary for you!

 

Walking across the Umbrian villages

Umbria, located in the Italian heart, preserves wonderful villages standing on the tops of the mountains or overlooking the sweet hills.

Ancient castles, imposing fortifications, inspiring alleys and enchanting views complete a landscape immersed into the green, among lakes, rivers, plateaus and valleys.

Some are among the Italian Most Beautiful Villages, other ones are Orange Flags, are considered authentic Villages or Italian Jewels: discover them with us!

 

Picnic

A green corner, a red and white chequered tablecloth and the unmissable basket: the desire to eat outdoors increases in spring and the picnic of Easter’s Monday is going to open the dances!

Umbria is rich in spots where you can spoil yourself with a snack on the lawns or by the lakeside: discover the regional parks, each of whom offers a history marked by environmental and naturalistic peculiarities and enjoy a break with the typical products of the Umbrian food & wine.