Overlooking the sweet movements of the Lake Trasimeno and surrounded by the green hills that rise up to Passignano , you can find “Casalmarte”. Easily reachable though a long tree- lined road that accompany us and prepare us to a perfect union between the surrounding nature and the building, it gives us the opportunity to enjoy typical breathtaking views of the beautiful Umbria .
The structure is made up of one building that has an underground floor where you will find the kitchen, laundry, bathroom and a technical room, going up to a ground floor that has three rooms, three bathrooms and a roof-mounted loft with a room.
The architecture of the project also owns a big terrace with a series of round arches perfectly incorporated with a geometric wooden pergola.
Prestigious brick gratings decorate the facade of the building , together with the traditional stone and the use of cement to create a historic and antique look.
The property is completed with a beautiful garden with plants, grassland and flowers.
To finish everything up, a beautiful waterfall infinity pool, that looks almost suspended over the lake, from where you can see the beautiful and majestic horizon that opens before your eyes.
Thought and created to be a place where you can feel at home but with style, it offers easy and fast possibilities to move, because of it being near cities and near all the comfort you may need.
Passignano is a small village that lies on the placid shores of Lake Trasimeno, reflecting in its gentle waters. The ancient heart of Passignano is surrounded by medieval walls with three gateways and many towers, with Torre di Ponente still dominating the town. These buildings are testimony of the transformation of Passignano from a small rural village during the Roman Empire to a castle and fortress during the Middle Ages.
The residential area developed between the 1500s and the 1600s. Passignano’s history spans two thousand years before it became part of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany in 1643; it then shared the fate of that region until it was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy in 1860.
Passignano is an ideal destination for tourists who want to discover the history, traditions, and excellent food prepared with typical local products as well as enjoy events that bring back a glimpse of the lakeside town’s past.
What to visit in Passignano sul Trasimeno
Entering the historical centre one can visit the Church of San Rocco which dates back to the 1500s. Higher up one can find the Church of San Bernardino while the Rocca of Langobardic origin stands at the top of the town. Here one can visit the Boat Museum where typical Italian vessels for inland waters are displayed. Other interesting sights are the Church of San Cristoforo - which dates back to the 9th century - and the Church of Madonna dell’Oliveto, built in the 16th century.
The islands and the lake
Passignano’s dock is the departure point of many ferries connecting the shore to the natural islands of Polvese and Maggiore. Along the lake there are bar, resaturants, equipped lidos, beaches and water sports centres.