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

The ancient town of Trevi is the home of just 4,000 people, but this number increases during summer months as it is a popular holiday rental destination and the home of some of the best accommodation options in the Foligno region of Italy. Partly this is due to the wonderful views on offer - as the town sits high up overlooking the Spoleto valley, and partly this is because of the well-preserved medieval centre, which includes over twenty impressive churches.

Things to do in Trevi, Italy

Trevi lies in an elevated position on the lower flank of Monte Serano, and is unusual as its outskirts consist of sharply sloping hills. Umbria in general is well known as a hilly region, but the centre of Trevi (as well as some of the other towns of the Foligno area) is surprisingly flat, hence easy to navigate on foot. A full range of amenities, including some excellent restaurants can be found in this part of town.

The central part of the town is encased within two sets of medieval walls, and it is easy to see how impregnable Trevi was many centuries ago. The inner part is of Roman origin, and the home of many churches. The Church of St Emiliano is arguably the most interesting specimen for its Romanesque design, carved wooden door and impressive apse. St Emiliano is the patron saint of Trevi, and has a festival held in his honour held on 27th January every year – a great time for a holiday here.

Two other recommended stops around town are the Madonna delle Lacrime – which houses the last work by Pietro Perugino, and the Church of S. Martino – the home of some excellent works by 15th century painter Mezastris. The main museum can be found in the Church of S. Francesco, and contains an impressive selection of Umbrian paintings.

Places to visit on holiday in Trevi, Italy

Foligno is another ancient town within the province of Perugia, and though it was partly rebuilt after World War II, it still has a number of monuments and buildings that date back prior to the 16th century. A number of these buildings are churches, with the oldest of them all being the Church of S. Maria Infra Portas – parts of which date back to the 11th century. Foligno is 13km from Trevi and makes for an excellent day visit.

Weather in Trevi, Italy

The weather in Trevi is ideal for a holiday of outdoor activities, with summer temperatures being extremely warm without being stiflingly hot. Autumn and spring are also great seasons in which to visit, as temperatures remain pleasant with plenty of sunshine.

Flights to Trevi, Italy

The best way of getting to your Trevi holiday villa is to fly Ryanair from London Stansted to San Egidio Airport (PEG), near Perugia. Flight time from the UK is around an hour and a half, and the 39km journey should take around 45 minutes by car, upon arrival. The best deals with Ryanair are often found when booking well in advance, with prices usually increasing nearer to the departure date.

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What a lovely apartment - beautiful to look at and equipped with everything you could want.

5 of 5
We spent a week enjoying Roberto’s apartment. It was very comfortable and the outdoor patio with stunning views over the countryside was an added plus. Spello was very pretty with lots of choice of restaurants and it was an easy drive to get to all the pretty hill towns and Lake Trasimeno. We have no hesitation in recommending this apartment for two people.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 03, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018

Beautiful hillside retreat, with great service too

4 of 5
Location: well off the beaten track, high on the hillside. You can sometimes hear the road far below, but the aspect is lovely. The property: The Nest is beside the Tower, and discreetly placed among trellis-work, with its own private space. However, the access out to the pool and the gardens is so simple. The garden is well-maintained (many flowers in bloom when we were there) and the olive estate at the far end of the property is a working business. The accommodation: 'Cosy' is a fair word, and it loses a review star for the lack of storage, and hanging space (eg for towels to air), but there is room enough in the fridge for essentials bought in from the shops and markets, and the bed was large and firm (with crisp linen). We had no trouble with mosquitoes, but there was good provision to keep them out. The wi-fi signal was fine, although it seemed to work better for the iPad than the phones ('limited connection' more than once. Maybe that was just us?) If you don't like cats, then the friendly 'confidence' of the residents will potentially be something you need to deal with; but we loved the company of Lala, Remolo, and several others - all clean and healthy and with affectionate characters. Service: Beatrice is a charming and discreet host, who will provide great local insights and valuable personal experience. If we needed anything, she would gladly research or enquire for us, and always with kindness and humour. Overall, this can either be a peaceful retreat where you can sit in the sun (or shade!),and devour books by day then dine out by night, or you can simply use it as a base for the many stunning historical towns and villages, and green valleys and mountains. Or, both. It was a pleasure to find, and we easily made ourselves at home there for our week's stay. Recommended!
  • Review Submitted: Jun 03, 2018
  • Date of Stay: May 2018