Agriturismo Podere Cauti
The agriturismo is surrounded by the green Costa Teatina National Park, just a few km from the sea and from the most beautiful beaches of the Costa dei Trabocchi, dotted with traditional fishing platforms on stilts – and of Eremo D'Annunziano, the house where the famous Italian poet spent his summer in 1899.
The farm dates back to 1966 and for over 50 years it has been growing and preserving local products, including grapes, vegetables and oil.
This family run agriturismo also has a restaurant where guests can discover and enjoy the culinary tradition of Abruzzo, with dishes made using the farm products.
Structure and accommodation Agriturismo Podere Cauti
- Bed & Breakfast
- Half board
- Playground for children
- Typical products on sale
- Credit cards welcome
- Air conditioning
There are four guest rooms with bathroom, TV and air-conditioning, and classic furnishings.
The cuisine respects the ancient Abruzzo traditions that are passed down from mother to daughter. Here, the restaurant offers one specialty dish after another: an abundant antipasto, filled with local cured meats and cheeses is followed by ribatte, borage, pallotte cac' e ov (cheese and egg balls), pizz e fuoj (cornmeal pizza with wild chicory) and everything the vegetable garden can provide; first courses like rintrocilo pasta with mutton or lamb sauce, sagnette pasta and beans, scrippelle crepes filled with mushrooms, artichokes and asparagus, ricotta, and walnut ravioli. For mains, hand-made skewered bites of meat, stuffed rabbit, roast chicken, grilled lamb and spit-roast suckling pork. The meal will always conclude with fresh seasonal fruit and a great assortment of sweets: nevole and pizzelle waffles, bogonotti pastry tarts, ravioli pastries and lots more.
Everything is served with Montepulciano or Trebbiano d'Abruzzo wine, ending with the farm produced liqueurs – nocino (walnut), ratafia (sour cherry & red wine) and limoncello (lemon).
Guests can also use the parking area.