Welcome to our wonderful Villa il Bacio del Lupo. This beautiful house is over 150 years old and was originally a casa colonica. A house where several generations lived together with their live stock. If you think the living room is huge, that’s probably because it used to be the stable house. We try to be as sustainable as possible, so we use our own solar power, there’s a salt water pool, collect rain water and all our garden-tools are battery powered.
Nowadays, our beautiful villa is open to guests of all walks of live. Families, groups of friends, families and friends, students of yoga, Italian or the arts. At Bacio del Lupo we hope you’ll find a home abroad to spend time together, explore beautiful Umbria, study, enjoy long dinners under the trees. Or maybe get married.
You can either rent the entire villa or part of it, depending on your wishes and the goal of your visit.
Welcome to Yoga Retreats at Villa Il Bacio del Lupo. This year we’re hosting a yoga retreat with Frank Bakker from yoga studio Yoga Haarlem. The retreat will be given in Dutch. In 2018 we’re looking forward to hosting more retreats in different languages. So stay tuned.
Welkom bij de Yoga Retreats van Villa Il Bacio del Lupo. Dit jaar organiseren we een yoga retreat met Frank Bakker van yoga studio Yoga Haarlem.
21 oktober – 28 oktober 2017 – 7 days – 850 all-in
Tijdens de yoga intensive in neemt Frank Bakker je mee om verdieping te vinden via mentale, emotionele en fysieke reiniging. Via asana’s, pranayama’s, mantra’s, meditaties, visualisaties en affirmaties. We blijven dicht bij het originele doel van yoga: verlichting, je herinneren waar je vandaan komt. Meer informatie
Umbria is home to so many ancient cities and villages that you can not drive for more than 5 miles or there is another village or city to admire. To make things a bit easier for you, we summed up the best-known cities within Umbria. If you want to travel a little bit outside of Umbria, Florence, Rome, Pisa and Siena are within a 2-hour range from the villa by car.
Assisi is best-known as the place of birth of the Saint Francis of Assisi (1181-1226) and the gorgeous basilica that was erected in his honor. In the catacombs you can still find his final resting place and those of his closest helpers. No wonder that Assisi is a place of pilgrimage for members of his order of the Lesser Friars and that of his female counterpart Saint Clare, that both still exist today. You don’t need to be a pilgrim though to enjoy the beautiful frescoes by Giotto and other famous painters. The beauty of Assisi speaks to all.
But there’s more to Assisi than Saint Francis. The hill tops of the Mount Subasio have seen Etruscans, Umbrians and Romans settle and leave their traces in the many churches, temples, castles and city walls in this picturesque town.
Umbria is the beautiful green heart of Italy that has anything anyone can ask for: beautiful ancient cities and villages, great food, excellent wine, mesmerizing outdoors. Most people visit Assisi, Orvieto and Perugia, wonderful cities that have histories that often date back to the Etruscs. A less well-known fact is that hiking, parapente en skiing is also possible in one of the numerous National Parks. One of the best things to do is to rent an (electric) bike and ride from city to city on ancient Roman roads.
We’re close to Rome, Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto, Siena, Firenze and Todi. More info about these cities here.
You can swim in Lago di Piediluco, close to the spectacular Marmore waterfalls (engineered by a Roman Emperor) or in the lake Fiastra in the Sibillian Mountains where there’s also hiking and parapente.
If you love golf you can book the Antognolla 18-holes golf course within one hours drive.
We can book a Vespa or electric bike for you if you want to enjoy outdoor life.
Crafts (New York Times, 36 hours in Perugia, 2017)
“To call Giuditta Brozzetti a textile workshop would be an understatement. Its location, in the high-arched church of San Francesco delle Donne, which dates to the 13th century, is a destination in itself. Brozzetti is a multigenerational labor of love that focuses on handmade reproductions of the city’s famous textile designs (like the griffin, the symbol of Perugia), all produced on 18th-and 19th-century wood looms. The current owner, Marta Cucchia, is deeply informed about how to create these patterns, and knows the difficulties of keeping such skills alive in the modern world (weekend visits by appointment).”
More pics here. Worth the visit!
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