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Travel safe, rent a villa with a Licence!

A MOUSETRAP NO MORE: RENTING A VILLA WITH A LICENCE The Mousetrap is London’s longest running musical, showing in the West End since 1952 and famous the world over. As much as we may be fond of Agatha Christie, however, a “mousetrap” is clearly not what we aspire to when we think of a holiday house, or villa, to be more precise. In our modern age of internet exchanges and on-the-go marketing, it is easy to be fooled into renting what looks […]

Updates to Le Torri di Bagnara Privacy Policy

You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), that comes into effect May 25, 2018. To comply with this regulations, we have also updated our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. Please take a moment to review them. At Le Torri di Bagnara we value your privacy and want to be clear about the data we collect, how we use it and your rights to control that information. As always, we guarantee that we have never shared […]

Play the Aristocrat!

Part of the thrill of staying in a castle is playing the aristocrat. And at Le Torri di Bagnara castles, you won’t just be living like a lord or lady, you’ll be living right next door to them. The Earls Giunta-Tremi – who are great grand nephews of emperor Napoleon Bonaparte – have called the Tenuta di Bagnara estate  home for generations, and they have opened up the Pieve San Quirico castle, the Bagnara Tower and the Castello di Bagnara – their private residence […]

7 reasons why Umbria should be on your travel bucket list this year!

Umbria, the small rural region in Italy’s central heartland known for its rolling verdant landscape covered with silvery olive groves and orderly vineyards and dotted with picture-perfect Medieval hill towns, is often overshadowed by its famous neighbor to the north, Tuscany. But this understated corner of the Bel Paese is a favorite among travelers in the know, who love its absence of mass tourism and authentic hospitality. Whether you are planning your first trip to Italy or have visited multiple […]

New Year, New Offers !

I’m afraid it’s official, the festivities are now over but we have for you the happier news that if you book your holiday before the 31st of January we’ll throw in: a Special Discount on your reservation A welcome hamper with our farms produce (extra virgin olive oil, 3 kind of honey, fresh vegetables) and a selection of Umbria delicacies A selection of the best Umbrian white & red wines Perugia Museo cards: each card allows 1 adult + 1 […]

October 4th – Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi

The feast of St Francis of Assisi is celebrated on October 4 worldwide annually to remember the life of St Francis, the Catholic Church’s patron saint of animals and the environment. For two days, starting on October 3, the town of Assisi is illuminated by oil lamps burning consecrated oil brought from a different Italian town each year. Solemn religious services are held in the Basilica of St Francis and in the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli. Children bring their […]

Le Torri di Bagnara featured in Robb Report

La Dolce Villa – Umbria   Castello di Bagnara ➤ LOCATION Within the Tenuta di Bagnara estate and reserve, near the Tuscan border.

Perugia San Costanzo

Constantius of Perugia, the Saint who winks at the young women.

Today Perugia celebrates one of its patron saints – Saint Constantius (also known as Costantius, Constance or Costanzo) (died c. 170 AD). Local tradition makes him the first Bishop of Perugia. This tradition states that he became the first bishop of the city at the age of 30. He was active in evangelism and care for the poor.

Inspire Your Spring Travels

Spring is the perfect time to visit Umbria and Tuscany, when nature stirs from its winter-long siesta. Gorgeous medieval feasts, antiques markets, an annual religious festival with stunning floral designs and a superb rural food fair are just some of the treasures you’ll find this Spring. Look at our list of Umbria & Tuscany nearby events and get inspired. All of them take place between 20 and 90 minutes driving distance from Le Torri di Bagnara.