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Located in Norcia’s historic center, Albergo Ristorante Benito offers free Wi-Fi throughout. Guests can dine at the restaurant and have a drink at the bar. A very neat, well run, b&b right in the middle of Norcia. A restaurant and bar make this the smart place to stay. Super friendly staff helped us put our bikes in the storage room, as well as helped some other travelers park their nice motorbikes in their own little alley.
Set in the center of Norcia, Albergo Les Dependences offer rooms with TV in two different buildings. LOCATION WAS VERY GOOD. HAVE BEEN TO NORCIA MANY TIMES. BEST PLACE I HAVE STAYED SO FAR. IT WAS NOT DAMAGED BY THE EARTHQUAKE 3 YEARS AGO. I WILL BE BACK AGAIN. EVERYTHING WAS UPDATED.
Featuring a spacious garden with BBQ facilities, table tennis and children’s playground, Il Vigneto offers a self-catering house in Norcia. Free Wi-Fi access is available in public areas. We had breakfast in the garden. Hot coffee and delicious cake in the sunshine with a beautiful view. The apartment was warm and comfortable with a bedroom, kitchen/lounge and bathroom. It is situated a little way up the hill with a lovely garden with views of Norcia and the surrounding hills. We were met with warm hospitality. My husband was a little unwell and the owner was very kind and helpful. She invited us to extend our departure time the next day, which we took advantage of, enjoying the sunshine in the garden. It is within easy walking distance of the centre of Norcia despite having a relaxed country ambience.
Set in Norcia, in the proximity of Monti Sibillini National Park, Antico Borghetto - Casa Vacanze offers accommodations with a garden and free WiFi. The setting, the view from Casa del Lupo, the kindness of the locators and that everything was very clean. All perfect.
Located in Norcia, Azienda Agrituristica La Valle del Sambuco offers accommodations with free WiFi and TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. The location is very close to Norcia, good for visits to the city and trekkings and also very calm. The breakfast is abundant and very good quality.
Located in Norcia, Affittacamere San Lorenzo features a shared lounge. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen, along with free WiFi throughout the... Nice place, very central and in good location. The room was spacious, well furnished and thoroughly clean.
One of the most special places we have visited. We heard about the earthquake but we didn't know about its extension. We understand the city is still rebuilding and we were impressed with the beauty of the area.
Norcia and the national park are wonderful but you have to make allowances with the town, and others in the area, because of the earthquake that caused so much damage. That said, the countryside is as beautiful as ever and there is a lot to see and do. So do go to visit as you will get great value and the local people really need our support.
Norcia was great for its local produce. The town is still suffering from the effects of the 2016 earthquake and a number of restaurants and bars are still closed. It is well worth helping Norcia to recover as the food and remaining facilities are excellent.
Beautiful place to spend a few days wandering, eating, enjoying the pace of life. Much to do if you have time and are inclined to drive out for walks etc - I could definitely spend longer than our two days though I would have some activities planned for it ! People are fabulous. It is such a crying shame to see how slowly the repairs are coming on since 2016 but shows real strength of character for those who have continued. The tagliere at norcinerie SAN Benedetto comes highly recommended. We had a most wonderful dinner at Granaro Del Monte : food wine and service all fab. Cenacolo was another hit - a touch humbler, absolutely so tasty. Order the lamb!
Whilst the town is in recovery mode following the earthquake two years ago, it’s definitely still worth the visit. Great restaurants and if you like anything piggy it’s a must! Located in stunning countryside with walking and horse trekking available.
The town is a sad place still with a lot of earthquake damage. A few businesses are trying hard to recover. The road from Visio to Castelluccio is closed and the latter village, in the Piano Grande, is completely closed off after 3 years.
The understated elegance of it all!