Apparently, this 'agriturismo
' is a popular holiday or day visit destination for Italians, being a house in the countryside which serves food alongside peace and quiet.
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Feast on traditional Sardinian fare at a family-run agriturismo
From the start, we've been aiming to create a Long Island version of the agriturismo
that's so popular in Europe, and has become increasingly prominent in the U.S.
It is an area where many olive trees grow and in Calci there is an 11-hectare estate, the Agriturismo
Al Palazzaccio, producing organic olive oil and where you can eat some locally sourced specialities, including a beautiful fresh Pecorino cheese with grape and pepper jam and a wobbly marmalade pannacotta to die for.
Maxon's property had operated as an agriturismo
, or a farm that hosts paying guests.
Explore Catalonia on a self-guided cycle break, staying in small hotels and an agriturismo
(farmhouse), some of which will be participating in ERG events.
Civitavecchia is the gateway to Rome but, in keeping with our food theme, we opted for an excursion to Il Mandoleto Farm, an agriturismo
farmhouse in Tarquinia.
Welcoming children, pets and guests: Towards functional equivalence in the languages of 'Agriturismo
' and 'Farmhouse Holidays'.
In order to keep their business going Peppino and his family have been forced to diversify, opening their property up to tourists as an agriturismo
- a working farm where guests are literally granted a taste of local life.
All of these successes and growth over the past 70 years is what encouraged management to organize a celebratory event at Agriturismo
Corte Benedetto in Capannori, Italy.
From $270 for two people, including a stay at a local agriturismo