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Make a holiday rental home or villa in Todi, Italy your home away from home

Todi, Italy, is a hill town in Umbria with a very long history. Dating back long before the Roman Empire, Todi was founded in 2,700BC by the Etruscans, and many fascinating monuments from throughout the ages can still be seen today. Todi is a fashionable town for tourism, which despite its ancient roots has a fairytale medieval air.

Things to do on holiday in Todi, Italy

The main square in Todi, the Piazza del Popolo, is regularly described as the archetypal medieval piazza, and the best example to be found in Italy, and rightly so. The focal point, the domed Cathedral, which stands at the top of a flight of wide, stone steps, is a beautiful place which hides a number of interesting artefacts, which makes it well worth exploring from a Todi holiday rental. For a little history on the region which Todi services, the Etrusco-Roman Museum and the small art gallery housed in the Palazzo dei Priori will give you a great insight.

The Giardino Pubblico is a heavenly little park where many a large lunch has been slept off, in view of one of the most magnificent panoramas for many miles. However, the countryside which surrounds the town is ideal for walking, cycling and mountain biking, and there are some idyllic hollows and little niches from which to admire the countryside.

The villas of Todi have drawn painters from around the world to enjoy painting holidays, focusing on both the countryside and the urban landscape. However, you must be warned, however much you plan from you Todi holiday, a large proportion will be spent sampling the magnificent cuisine from the numerous top class restaurants which are scattered around the town.

Places to holiday in Todi, Italy

Massa Martana is a nearby walled town which is the toast of historians from around Italy. The huge, yet stylish town gates which dominate the town walls are inscribed with inscriptions from across the eras like historical, cultural graffiti. The Todi Ice Cream Festival is also held here every August, and is a great time to take a holiday rental in Todi, especially when considering the heat.

Weather in Todi, Italy

From May until mid-October, temperatures in Todi average over 20°C, and in July and August maximum average temperatures reach up to around 28°C. In the depths of winter, temperatures reach about 10°C daily.

Travel to Todi, Italy

Perugia Airport (PEG) is just 45 minutes away from Todi, Umbria, and receives regular cheap flights from the London Stansted (STN) provided by RyanAir.

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Lovely, superbly equipped villa in beautiful location. Owner could not have been more helpful.

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It is not always easy to find a two bedroom villa. Not only did this property meet our needs, it exceeded expectations. Set off a quiet country road only just a mile outside a lovely hill top town, the views are stunning and the silence is disturbed only by birdsong. The villa has everything you could need - fully equipped kitchen, two modern bathrooms, washing machine, air conditioning in the bedroom and satellite TV. Outside there is a pool, barbecue and three outdoor eating areas. Montefalco has a good range of restaurants and cafes and a supermarket. We coincided with the festival so plenty of local colour. A perfect location for a relaxing holiday and visiting the towns of Southern Umbria. The owner, Reilly, is a lovely young man and was really helpful. Finally, Montefalco Rosso is an excellent red wine - make sure you include a tasting at Cantina Raina.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 19, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

Fantastic family holiday for experiencing rustic Italy

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What can I say? My husband and three children (9, 15 & 18 years) had a fantastic stay at Karl's Italian property in Bagnoregio. We spent two weeks enjoying the most amazing view of Civita from our garden, picking veg daily from our very own garden, swimming in the best pool we could have asked for and just relaxing Italian style. The house is spacious and very well equipped - including outdoor bbq, pizza oven, table tennis, etc. My husband and I stayed in the flat at ground level, while our daughters had the two beautiful bedrooms in the main house and my teenage son enjoyed being away from us all in the upper bedroom with access from outside. The pool is filled with fresh mountain water and beautiful treated by Karl with salt to provide a clean and chemical free swimming environment. The main part of the pool is at 2m depth throughout - we all had a great time jumping in... and the smaller access area provides an easy more shallow route in. The kitchen is very well stocked and short of nothing... made the more special by a bottle of Karl's own olive oil from the trees in the garden. Second to none. Karl too was at hand with brilliant recommendations of things to do, restaurants to try, etc and easily contactable via WhatsApp. There whenever we asked his advice but never in the way. Karl organised a memorable meal for our daughter's 18th at Il Ponte in Lubriano, not disappointed in any other restaurant recommendations... We enjoyed a couple days in Orvieto - both above and below ground touring the caves, Capodimonte with its lovely swimming access to Lake Bolsena was so good we went back numerous times - rented a pedalo with a large slide - very good fun during the heatwave. We started with intentions of catching the train to Rome and maybe driving to Florence however we so enjoyed ourselves that we decided unanimously to skip the hassle. If you're looking for good quality family time, in the most amazing surroundings, with a fab pool and host, terrific italian food and gelato (best in Bagnoregio) than look no further! Ciao
  • Review Submitted: Aug 15, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017