If there is a region that can be considered the land of the villages, this is precisely Umbria, where the charm of the Middle Ages is perfectly preserved and you can breathe in every corner of the villages that dot an area as if suspended in time
 
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Villages and small towns in Umbria

If there is a region that can be considered the land of the villages, this is precisely Umbria, where the charm of the Middle Ages is perfectly preserved and you can breathe in every corner of the villages that dot an area as if suspended in time. From Montefalco to Spello, from Arrone to Preci, passing through Cascia and Bevagna, the atmosphere of an ancient era comes to life like never before, among cobbled streets and postcard views. Umbria also boasts landscapes of inestimable beauty: here are the spectacular Marmore Falls, among the most suggestive in Europe, and the peaceful Lake of Trasimeno.

Allerona
Allerona
The village of Allerona is located in Umbria and has ancient origins.
Terni
Arrone
Arrone
at the end of the IX century a Roman nobleman named Arrone settled in Valnerina, in Umbria, and s'impossessò one of rocky promontories that there they raised
Terni
Bevagna
Bevagna
The village of Bevagna, in Umbria, was known for its precious paintings, so to be called "bevagne".
Perugia
Cascia
Cascia
The village of Cascia, where St. Rita was born, is located in Umbria, at the border with the Lazio Region.
Perugia
Castiglione del Lago
Castiglione del Lago
Three, the number of perfection, is Castiglione's magic figure. Triangular is the tower of the medieval fortress, three are the doors to the village, three squares and three roads.
Perugia
Citerna
Citerna
The village of Citerna is located in Umbria.
Perugia
Corciano
Corciano
According to an ancient legend, the village of Corciano, in Umbria, was founded by Coragino, mythical Ulysses companion.
Perugia
Deruta
Deruta
The village of Deruta in Umbria is known for the production of artistic ceramics.
Perugia
Gualdo Tadino
Gualdo Tadino
the village of Gualdo Tadino, in Umbria, is known for the production of artistic ceramics.
Perugia
Massa Martana
Massa Martana
Massa Martana is an ancient medieval village, which returned to its ancient splendour thanks to the restoration work carried out after the earthquake in 1997.
Perugia
Montefalco
Montefalco
The Umbrian village of Montefalco is the reference point of the winery region in which are being produced the Sagrantino di Montefalco and Montefalco Rosso.
Perugia
Montone
Montone
the village of Montone rises in the High Valley of the Tevere, in Umbria.
Perugia
Narni
Narni
The village of Narni is located in Umbria on the last offshoots of the Mounts Sabini.
Terni
Norcia
Norcia
Norcia, in Umbria, is the town that gave birth to Saint Benedict.
Perugia
Paciano
Paciano
The village of Paciano, in Umbria, is not far from Lake Trasimeno.
Perugia
Panicale
Panicale
Panicale is part of The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy and is just a few kilometers from Perugia.
Perugia
Preci
Preci
The village of Preci is located in Umbria.
Perugia
Sellano
Sellano
Il borgo di Sellano si trova in Valnerina, in Umbria.
Perugia
Spello
Spello
The village of Spello is located at the foot of Mount Subasio, in Umbria.
Perugia
Vallo di Nera
Vallo di Nera
The pastors of Vallo di Nera are the ancient and famous, depositaries of the oral tradition of the Valnerina.
Perugia

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