Nestled between Umbria and Tuscany, you’ll find the stunning wedding and retreat venue, La Dogana. La Dogana is a family run historical estate on the border of Tuscany and Umbria, set amongst 4,000 olive trees with stunning views of Lake Trasimeno. It is formed by the Lake house and two independent villas, the coach houseContinue reading “La Dogana – your perfect Italian wedding venue!”
With Tabby back out in Italy and nearly 6 months since my visit (my first ever!), it’s giving me the ‘missing Italy’ feels! So what does a book lover do to experience things when they’re not there? – read all about it instead! Here’s my to-read list for books based in and around the Umbria/TuscanContinue reading “Favourite To-Read Italy Books”
As travel restrictions lift and the Summer draws close, people are starting to think about their forthcoming holiday plans. Obviously we’re all for encouraging people to experience the Italian ‘dolce vita’ and it really is a country that has a huge offering of styles of holiday. Here’s an idea of just some of types ofContinue reading “Your perfect Italian Summer…”
Looking for some R&R in 2022? Looking for some time and space to focus on you, to leave you feeling calm, relaxed, stress free and emotionally fitter? Would you love to experience the surroundings, culture and climate of the Italian countryside surrounded by lakes and hills? Would you like to join like-minded souls for threeContinue reading “Italian Experience for the Mind – May 2022”
Wine tourism is becoming big in Umbria and a visit to a vineyard is one of our favourite things to experience as it encapsulates all the senses. Find out more in the blog about the Umbrian wine experience.
Italy is synonymous for its incredible food and drink. From the robust, hearty meals of the north through to the light and summery offerings of the south, there is a culinary sensation to delight each one of your senses.
Read the blog to find out more of what Umbria has to offer in the food department.
Buying a home in Italy can be scary and exciting and finding out the house really exists is a definite win!
It’s now 17 months since I was last in the place I call ‘home’ – the safe and quiet haven of Umbria – better known as the ‘Green Heart of Italy’. It’s the beating heart of the country, untouched, unspoilt and thanks to its status as the only landlocked region of Italy, still relatively unfoundContinue reading “Counting Down the Days…”