Where we are
The village of Colognola is located near Perugia, in Cenerente, and is easily reached from the exit Perugia-Prepo A1 / E45 (coming from the south) or exit Mantignana A1 / E35 (coming from the north).
On the navigator you can set as destination: Borgo Colognola, Strada Pievuccia Colognola, 06070 Cenerente PG, Italy. For those arriving by plane, the connection with the International Airport of Umbria - Perugia "San Francesco d'Assisi" is very convenient, from and to which direct transfers can be arranged. The main route to the "Green Heart of Italy" is reached by Lufthansa, Ryanair, Wizz, Vueling and other major airlines.
The area northwest of the Perugia is characterized by the imposing presence of Monte Tezio (961m) which, together with the surrounding hills, is an invaluable resource scenic environment. It is in these enchanted settings that Borgo Colognola lies. The city of Perugia, one of the main Italian art and architecture centers, is just a few minutes-drive, as well as the wonderful Corciano and Umbertide. At a short distance from the village there is also the famous Lake Trasimeno, the fourth largest among the Italian lakes, which, with its three islands and breathtaking sunsets, it is worth a visit.
Surrounded by nature, Borgo Colognola is located in the perfect position to visit the most beautiful cities of Umbria: Assisi, a symbol of peace in the world, Gubbio, the town of Stones, Orvieto, with its Gothic cathedral, Spoleto, famous for the “Festival Two Worlds”, Todi, a small first Etruscan and then Roman jewel, Deruta, famous for its painted pottery, Norcia and Castelluccio, nicknamed the “little Tibet”…
It takes a couple of hours drive to find yourself transported from the chaos of the city to a magical setting, in a Medieval village whose stones hide an ancient history. The poetry of the countryside, which completely surrounds the Village, offers you a stay in tune with nature and will create unforgettable moments…
Reach us using Google Maps
(once you reach the signposts for Borgo Colognola, please follow them instead of continuing with the navigator's directions, which can sometimes lead you onto side roads in worse condition)