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Hidden paradise slice perched atop a hill, in the Marche region of Italy

Walled medieval villages.  Old world charm. 
Step back in time.  Relax, unwind.  
Getaway to an elegant artist’s countryside retreat. 

Breathtaking panoramic views. 
Nature, 5 glorious acres.
“Deliciously fragrant” David Austin roses perfume the air. 

Mattress, pillows, shower fit for a king. 
Traditional Umbrian fabrics, embroidery lace. 
Studded antique wooden doors, nails hand forged.

VILLA FIORI, Italy Vacation

off the beaten path
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armland plots, colorful patchwork quilt, alive changing

country back roads wind, past 

cypress old oak red poppies sunflowers
bell towers, sun’s final rays
antiquity basks, rolling hills bathe
shadows, fade

steep in quietude

VILLA FIORI, magical memories, at your service.

Testimonials

Something in every corner catches your eye

Villa Fiori is wonderful. Relaxing. Something in every corner catches your eye. The quiet seeps into your bones. The most... Read more

Don Causey
Founding Editor of The Angling Report, The Newsletter for Anglers Who Travel

Villa Fiori
2019-06-02T15:39:53+01:00

Don Causey
Founding Editor of The Angling Report, The Newsletter for Anglers Who Travel

Villa Fiori is wonderful. Relaxing. Something in every corner catches your eye. The quiet seeps into your bones. The most extraordinary thing of all was the play of light and shadow on the distant farmland and hillsides. I want to go back on my very next fishing trip in Italy!

It was like being part of a wonderful Old World painting

What a great vacation I had with my husband at Villa Fiori! It was like being part of a wonderful... Read more

María del Carmen Causey

Villa Fiori
2019-06-02T15:41:22+01:00

María del Carmen Causey

What a great vacation I had with my husband at Villa Fiori! It was like being part of a wonderful Old World painting. Perfume soap. Tiny olive oil bottle. Cupids on coasters.  A view of the mountains from our room. Sweet ambiance. The smell of nature. Wonderful host and hostess. Laughs, good wine, good food, art history and much more accompanied us on this memorable trip. I want to go back...yes!

Add the warm, accommodating manner of your hosts and you have, not a “place” but a genuine Italian experience in its entirety

If you have a hankering to experience the true, non-touristy Italy in a bucolic, old-world setting then Villa Fiori is... Read more

Frank Foster
Lakeland, Florida and Highlands, North Carolina, USA
Author of Boca Moon, Boca News and Catch a Falling Knife (www.frankfoster.com)
And (writing as Ashley Morgan), author of A Lady in Havana (www.ashleymorganauthor.com)

Villa Fiori
2019-06-03T18:46:23+01:00

Frank Foster
Lakeland, Florida and Highlands, North Carolina, USA
Author of Boca Moon, Boca News and Catch a Falling Knife (www.frankfoster.com)
And (writing as Ashley Morgan), author of A Lady in Havana (www.ashleymorganauthor.com)

If you have a hankering to experience the true, non-touristy Italy in a bucolic, old-world setting then Villa Fiori is the place for you. Just don’t make the mistake of only booking for one or two nights as you will end up kicking yourself. The place itself is a visual treasure and that extends to the accommodations, the grounds and gardens, and the stunning long range views. But add the warm, accommodating manner of your hosts and you have, not a “place” but a genuine Italian experience in its entirety. Speaking of your hosts, if you’re interested in Italian history, art and cuisine, you’ve hit pay dirt. Claudio claims he’s “always the last to leave a museum” and his subject matter expertise backs it up in spades. As you can probably tell, my wife and I were enthralled by Villa Fiori and would heartily recommend it to anyone.

I want to visit again in Spring to take in the glorious sites and food!

Photos are amazingly beautiful! While I am excited to be visiting in October, your site has definitely enticed me to... Read more

Pamela Yelsky
Los Angeles, California, USA

Villa Fiori
2019-06-04T09:34:57+01:00

Pamela Yelsky
Los Angeles, California, USA

Photos are amazingly beautiful! While I am excited to be visiting in October, your site has definitely enticed me to want to visit again in Spring to take in the glorious sites and food!