Castello di Montesasso is immersed in the vineyards and offers hospitality in a charming farmhouse and tastings of its own wines.
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A typical early 1900s stone farmhouse nestled in the green Tuscan-Romagna hills. Nine rooms decorated by local artists.
A stone throw from Cesena, among 11 hectares of organic crops, offering direct, healthy contact with nature, raditional Romagna-style cooking and a swimming pool.
The agriturismo, an old manor house with olive mill, is in the Rubicone valley just a stone?s throw from the Romagnola Riviera. Handmade and home-grown produce served at breakfast.
The new (built in feb ?09) country house is located in the heart of Raffaello?s land: Montefeltro, an heavenly corner in the Marche region.
Near the Riviera Romagnola, this ecological agriturismo with park, pool, beach volley court, baby park and botanical course.
The farm holiday, nearby Rimini is located in two old colonial offers accomodation in rooms.
Organic farm in the centre of Romagna, with educational farm. Ideal to spend a quiet and reserved stay with family and friends.
In a strategic location on the border with Tuscany and Marche, the farm is ideal for holidays in contact with nature and for the discovery of the area, in total relaxation.
La Fattoria dell'Autosufficienza (The Self-Sufficiency Farm) is an ecological centre located on the Emilia-Romagna Apennines, on the edge of the Foreste Casentinesi National Park.
On a hill, in a beautiful landscape overlooking the sea and the Usage Valley, the farm offers modern rooms and a restaurant with traditional dishes of Romagna.
The farmhouse is located in Sassofeltrio, Marche, just 10 km from San Marino
In a farmhouse of the late '800 surrounded by the green of Montefeltro, with educational farm and riding school, it is an ideal place to enjoy unspoiled nature and learn about rural life.
Farmhouse between Frontino and Carpegna, in the heart of the Montefeltro (PU), where the fresh spring water flows and the flavors of Marches foods are preserved over time
From a medieval hospitale immersed in the green of the Apennines to a modern agritourism in an ancient stone village with a view of the National Park of the Casentino Forests.
It extends mostly in the plain of Magliano (Forlė) on land that has belonged to the Foschi family since the mid-1800s.