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Discover the Traditional Culture of Umbria

Boasting some of the most impressive historical cities in the country as well as large areas of intense natural beauty, Umbria is the perfect place for culture-loving families to explore during their luxury camping break, while this part of the country is also celebrated for its traditional cuisine and warm hospitality. Get the most out of this enchanting experience by booking your spot on a luxury camping site through LuxCamp.

Discover the Traditional Culture of Umbria
Boasting some of the most impressive historical cities in the country as well as large areas of intense natural beauty, Umbria is the perfect place for culture-loving families to explore during their luxury camping break, while this part of the country is also celebrated for its traditional cuisine and warm hospitality. Get the most out of this enchanting experience by booking your spot on a luxury camping site through LuxCamp.

Camping Umbria

Enjoy Luxury Camping in Umbria

A camping holiday to Umbria will take you to the heart of Italy where small towns nestle amongst green forests and hills. LuxCamp offers you a taste of luxury camping in the ultimate get away from it all holiday. Enjoy a holiday filled with the history of Italy and book your mobile home now for next summer.

Learn More About Umbria

We know Umbria!

A camping holiday to Umbria is not your usual beach holiday as it has no coastline. Instead explore Assisi, home of Saint Francis, wander the photogenic streets of Spello and soak up the history of this unspoilt part of Italy. Or just relax onsite and enjoy the luxury camping site offered by LuxCamp in picturesque surroundings.

Why Choose a Camping Holiday in Umbria?

There are so many reasons to visit the beautiful region of Umbria, including:

  • The natural beauty of the region
  • History
  • Get away from it all
  • Culture
  • Sample an unspoilt area of Italy

Exploring Umbria

A highlight of any trip to Umbria is a visit to Assisi. Saint Francis is buried in the Basilica there. The capital Perugia is worth visiting for its art galleries and historical centre. For breathtaking views of Umbria, visit Montefalco,'the balcony of Umbria', this quaint little town also produces the local wine.

Foods and Drink

Traditional Umbrian dishes are rustic with the emphasis on fresh seasonal ingredients. Umbrian truffles are a staple ingredient as in the popular pasta dish strangozzi. Main courses are always meat based with pork being a favourite. There's an abundance of locally produced wines to choose.