While the adults enjoy their meal the kids enter their own restaurant complete with decorated miniature tables and chairs where they are entertained by the entire cast of the timeless tale. Dine with Jiminy Cricket, Gepetto, The Blue Fairy and of course Pinnochio.
Take a ceramics class and enjoy the clay! Some of the best classes are in Ficulle and Deruta and offer the chance to create, fire and paint your own work of art.
Visit the tranquil beaches and parks of Lake Transimeno. Bring a picnic lunch and rent canoes, kayaks or sailboats to explore the shoreline or visit an island.
Nothing will make a child smile like chocolate can. In Perugia take a tour of the chocolate factory where you can even attend chocolate school to create your own delights!
Below The Marmone Falls, The Nera River tumbles through the valley where you can find some of the best rafting in the region with something for all levels of thrill seekers.
Immerse yourself in everything your chosen destination has to offer; experiencing the gastronomic delights accompanied by a glass of the local specialty. Whether a Michelin-star restaurant in Spain, a wine tour in France, or a rum festival in Barbados, our Food & Drink experiences will create lasting memories for all our connoisseur guests.
Travel experiences touch us in many different ways, often finding the incredible while in pursuit of the amazing. World-famous works of art and local cultures sit in equality in their ability to inspire us to the WOW moment every journey should include.
For many of us, the pace of modern day life can get in the way of the healthy lifestyle we aspire to and we often look at our vacations as an opportunity to hit the reset button and find some inner tranquility. There is much to be said for returning from a vacation with a healthy mind and body. From rustic yoga retreats to luxury private escapes we have a villa to create your personal sanctuary.
From the mountains and rolling hills down to beaches and islands, Tuscany boasts a myriad of culinary experiences, history and artistic culture. One of the most visited regions in Italy, our guests enjoy a fine luxury villa and can revel in everything from tours of world-class museums to strolling hilltop towns to enjoying the local wines in ancient piazzas.
Provence is a land where mountains spill into soft rolling hills covered in flowers, fine luxury villas with vineyards attached that eventually merge into the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea. Provence is everything you've heard, and so much more.
Dissected by the beautiful Loire River, this region in the heart of France is a collection of soft rolling hills and meadows blanketed with vineyards and fruit orchards all accessible from our luxury villas. Medieval chateaux await exploration as do the Loire's charming towns and villages.
A luxurious villa in the hills of Assisi, Casa Fè has sweeping views throughout the Umbrian valley from Spoleto to Perugia. Modern, minimal, and chic style, this exclusive property is a guarantee of comfort and privacy for its guests. With its 350 square meters of high-design rooms, Casa Fè can accommodate up to 15 guests (8 adults and 7 children) in its refined suites which are in fact, individual apartments.
Walkthrough the entryway and into your own piece of paradise. This incredible villa was once a crumbling castle. Still, after years of restoration, it has become a slice of complete paradise. The villa features incredible views, wonderful atmosphere, and a tranquil environment that attracts travelers from all over the globe.
This charming villa offers peace and tranquility, unlike any other location. It’s located 380 meters above sea level right in the heart of wine country. The villa offers five-star service, and it comes equipped with a large sitting room, antique fireplace, large dining area, and a full professional kitchen with staff.
Here is an Umbrian property located through 500 meters of dense oak forest. You’ll drive along this sweeping road until you reach the central courtyard, and this is where the villa is. The large farmhouse has 650 square meters of living space and is built on the foundation of a 15th-century tower.
This area of the country provides a lot of simple luxuries that appeal to travelers. Those are privacy, peace, and great food. These factors make this area one of the most enjoyable to visit in all of Italy. If you’re looking to escape from the large urban areas, but you still want all the amenities they have to offer, you’ll want to check out this part of Umbria.
This is one of the most exclusive properties in all of Italy. The home was owned by the family for generations, and they've meticulously restored it for travelers from all over the world. The property offers thousands of hectares of olive groves dotted with views of the valleys, lakes, and rivers.
Here we have a beautiful farmhouse offering some of the most incredible views available in all of Italy. You can overlook the medieval castle of Antognolla and the 18-hole championship golf course that goes along with it. Inside the villa, guests enjoy a cozy environment with plenty of indoor and outdoor space to enjoy a meal and drink with friends and family.
A rugged stone tower built on a lofty hill by the noble Atti family in the late 1300s, this unique villa is well preserved, keeping the splendid medieval stonework, beamed ceilings, stone fireplaces and antique doors, while cleverly incorporating the latest of modern comforts.
Set in the hillsides of Umbria and built in the 17th Century as a rugged farmhouse, now carefully restored with modern comforts and conveniences. Within its original stone walls, La Veranda's calming yet stylish décor favors natural materials, earthy colors and quality fabrics.
Built on a hillside behind Assisi, Villa Vita looks over the Umbrian countryside with the Basilica di San Francesco in the distance. Designed to the highest standards, it flows from open kitchen and dining area into a spacious living room with floor to ceiling glass doors that open to the outdoor space.
Step into the pages of history in this splendid medieval castle, with its 1300-acre estate in the Tiber valley on the border of Umbria and Tuscany. Amid its rugged stone walls and ancient beams, the Castello’s sumptuous décor evokes the splendours of the past with rich colours, fine fabrics and luxurious touches.