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We have 6 hotels in Sant'Anatolia di Narco.

 
 
La Terrazza Del Castello        
Piazza San Paolo 1

La Terrazza Del Castello provides a comfortable setting while in Sant'Anatolia di Narco. It also features luggage storage.The bed & breakfast has 3 rooms, all of which are filled with a variety of amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Agriturismo Casale Rosso        
Localita Casale Spinelli

Agriturismo Casale Rosso provides a comfortable setting while in Sant'Anatolia di Narco. It also offers luggage storage.Agriturismo Casale Rosso has comfortable rooms, furnished to suit the requirements of any traveller.
Agriturismo Zafferano e Dintorni        
Localita Castel San Felice 2

Offering a garden and free private parking, Agriturismo Zafferano e Dintorni is located in S. Anatolia di Narco, next to a church. Producing fruits and vegetables, the property is a 15-minute drive from Spoleto.
Country Terrace        
Via dei Tigli - Grotti s/n

Located in Sant?Anatolia di Narco in the Umbria Region, this detached holiday home features a terrace and a garden with a terrace. The property is 24.2 miles from Assisi and features views of the mountains.
Agriturismo Il Sovrano        
Loc. Castelvecchio 3

Featuring a garden, bar and free Wi-Fi in all areas, Agriturismo Il Sovrano is located in the Umbria countryside, 1.2 miles from Sant' Anatolia di Narco. Olive oil and jam are produced on site.
Convento di Santa Croce Star Rating 3        
Piazza del Convento 4

From the ancient cloister, housing the old well, you can enterthe hall, and see its walls decorated by frescos depicting the life of Saint Francis. All of them have a breathtaking view over thevalley. To reach the other double rooms you have also the possibility to take the lift .
 
 
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Sant'Anatolia di Narco is a comune in the Province of Perugia in the Italian region Umbria, located about 60 km southeast of Perugia. It is a medieval town commanded by a 12th-century castle, with a 14th-century line of walls.