Over recent years, agritourism has become an increasingly popular trend, especially in North Italy, with its wealth of picturesque farmhouses and country villas. And it’s easy to see why when you check out what we have to offer.
Groups try activities like planting seeds, working the land and helping out with the grape harvest, making wine in the time-tested manner with their bare feet in huge barrels. They can also go for long, restful walks in the countryside, hiking along ancient trails with a donkey for a companion.
In addition, there’ll be a range of outings such as estate tours and visits to local producers of wine, cheese and olive oil. And, needless to say, you can expect lots of tasty fare to eat, from leisurely breakfast al fresco through picnic lunches and old-fashioned celebratory feasts back at the farmhouse. By the end of their stay, groups will truly feel like they have steeped themselves in the traditional ways of rural Italy.