Discover the best top things to do in Passignano Sul Trasimeno, Italy including Rocca di Passignano, Isola Maggiore, Rocca del Leone, Umbria in Quad, Acqua Dolce Sailing, Umbria in Vespa, Inspired Italy, Azienda Agricola Leuta, Fishing Museum (Museo della Pesca), Sualzo Beach.
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4 based on 208 reviews
Excellent views of the surrounding areas, beautiful pieces undergoing restoration displayed to really give a sense of history of the place. Loved walking through the surrounding old town also.
4 based on 460 reviews
Caught the 'water bus' from Tuoro direct to the island. Very peaceful and felt like stepping into a different pace of life. We ate in a pizzeria overlooking the lake, beautiful views and surprisingly good value for money. It's a steep climb up to the top of the island but worth it for the stunning views if you go on a clear day. We wandered around for a couple of hours exploring some of the historical buildings and ruins before rewarding ourselves with some well earned gelato!
4.5 based on 389 reviews
What an enjoyable little town! Very easy to walk and the Palazzo della Corgna is worth the price of admission. Enjoyed the art. Some Picassos that were quite interesting and interesting Etruscan pieces. The town offers a handful or three of restaurants and shops with nice selections of local foods. Well worth a visit if you’re in the area.
5 based on 119 reviews
Escursioni guidate e noleggio Quad in UmbriaQuad Guided tours and Quad Rental in Umbria
We went to Italy on a large family vacation and as a surprise my sister, sister-in-law and I arranged for our husbands to take a 3 hour tour in quads. They had an amazing time!! It was a perfect combination of adventure, fun with spectacular views of the area. Thank you Luca!!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Rented a 40hp motor boat here for half a day.
Really great experience! Boat was fun, clean and prices were very competitive.
I would recommend this to anyone who wants to explore the lake by boat! In Italy, no boat license is required for boats under 40hp so anyone can have a go!
Thanks to Acqua Dolce for making our day!
5 based on 65 reviews
For all of you who have had a scooter or moped in your youth, this is really a fun thing to do. Rent a 125 cc Vespa, put your wife on the back seat and scooter around the lake. Like you are 18 again (which is fun if you are 50, like me).
During our vacation in Umbria, we (two families of 4) rented 4 Vespas at Umbria in Vespa, to take a tour around the Lake of Trasimeno. Reservation was made a few days in advance by telephone. We went there on Friday and the welcome (you can
park your car on premise) is warm and in very good English. The scooters are yellow and well maintained. You can drive a scooter when 18+ and with a drivers license of min 1 yr.
We discussed with the staff the best way around the lake and where to lunch. All tips were great.
The trip is appr. 90 kilometers and each is worthwhile. We visited the fort in Castiglione del Lago, drove in the Mountains through Panicale and Paciano, ate ice cream along the lake and had great fun. When in doubt what to do during your holidays in Umbria: rent a scooter.
5 based on 14 reviews
Leave the Lycra at Home! Electric Bike Tours through rural Umbria and Tuscany.
My wife and I wanted an holiday with a difference and a bit of an adventure - and that's what we got. From start to finish the management, arrangements and attention to detail for this e-cycling holiday were excellent. From where to stop for coffee,...MoreHello Ashely, very many thanks for your glowing review! We are delighted that you had such a wonderful time and we should be delighted to have you return in 2018 to discover Umbria from the seat of our electric bikes!
5 based on 122 reviews
My wife and I and our 28 year old daughter and her significant other showed up at the Leuta doorstep around 4PM on a Tuesday afternoon. the owner, Denis Zeni, was just wrapping up a previous tour and tasting--immediately after which he focused his attention on us. After a thorough tour of the small and boutique winery we sat down and tasted 6 of his limited supply wines (4 for 10 euros; 6 for 20--the last two were expensive wines). We all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I like wine, and his (from Malbec to Merlot and Sangiovese to Cab Franc--and blends) were of a very high quality. I ended up joining his wine club and look forward to receiving 2 cases per year for the foreseeable future.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Find out about the history and the art of fishing at this unique specialty museum.
Se siete da queste parti del Trasimeno, non perdete l'occasione di fare una visita al Museo della Pesca, situato sul Lungolago di San Feliciano, dove potrete apprendere tutte le tecniche di pesca usate dai pescatori di questo Lago, vedere i vari tipi di reti e trappole, le imbarcazioni e nei vari acquari i tipi di pesci e uccelli che popolano queste acque.E' tutto molto interessante ed istruttivo, specialmente se avete dei bambini.Attenzione agli orari e ai giorni di apertura.............
4 based on 48 reviews
Decided to hit this beach on a Sunday afternoon around 12.30p. Not very crowded and they offer chairs for between 5-10 euro per person (it may depend on your nationality). The beach area is small, but they offer watersport rentals, have a pool, great dining options, open space for volleyball, you name it. We got a decent umbrella near the water and enjoyed the stay. Be ready to inhale cigarette smoke....lots of kids, so maybe not the best option for older generation. Was absolutely packed by 3p. Parking is crowded, you may have to pay <5 euro at a space. Afterwards, we walked to Passignano for a nice Gelato.
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