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La Fiorita in Castellucio di Norcia . If you’re looking to visit Umbria’s small town of Castellucio di Norcia between late May and early July, you’re in for a treat, as the countryside surrounding it explodes with shades of yellow, red, blue and violet, as poppies, violets, narcissuses and more, burst into bloom. Set in the Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini (Mount Sibillini National Park), this enchanting show of nature is extraordinary, and certainly worthy of an Instagram shot, or ten. Walking through it is stunning, whether you’re a nature lover or not, and as you do, look out for the odd gazelle or roe deer for a particularly enchanting picture.
Lake Trasimeno, Italy’s 4th largest lake is quite a surprise. Surrounded by castle-topped hill top towns, well-trodden country trails, petite islands and a plethora of watersport activities at the lake edge, it’s a destination for all the family to enjoy.
L'Antico fa arte market, Assisi. Whether you're a collector, a visitor or potential buyer, L'Antico fa arte market in Assisi is a wonderful way to spend your time in Umbria.
This delightful antiques and collectables market is held in the impressive Piazza della Porziuncola in the shadow of the majestic Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, and is a haven for antiques, curiosities and crafts. And, Assisi itself, a UNESCO heritage site bursting with religious and historical sites, which are an absolute must-see. Once home to St Francis of Assisi, you will feel his presence everywhere, including the splendid Basilica, which was devoted to him, the churches, gardens bearing his name, and even his supposed birthplace. But, aside from the man himself, this peaceful town is extremely charming with excellent restaurants, quaint streets, piazzas and of course those views over the verdant Umbrian landscape from its position on the slopes of Mount Subasio.