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This is a farm with an old stone farmhouse run by a young couple, with others. It is located in the mountains at an altitude of 500 meters, 5 km from Tredegar (FC), and is in a valley near the Tramazzo Casentino National Park. On the farm we cultivate fields, orchards, a chestnut wood, a small vineyard, fruit trees, meadows and woods. The activities are varied and seasonal, eg. harvesting the chestnuts, planting and caring for the garden, constructing fences, sheds, etc, collecting firewood and varied maintenance jobs. We also have accommodation for tourists, a campsite and a small restaurant. We specialize in using local produce, baking bread in the wood burning oven, using local produce and preserving our own produce. We have pets as well as a few goats and a couple of pigs. The farm is also a timber workshop. We hold an important rural festival here in the summer and actively participate in initiatives to promote the territory and in festivals in the area. The farm is in the the Slow Food accommodation guide. It is always better to contact us by phone or give us a telephone number we can call you back on.
Our farm is situated in the Romangolo Apenines at an altitude of 750m on the border of the Parco delle Foreste Casentinesi, a wonderful place with breathtaking views situated in completely unspoilt countryside. More precisely, it is located in the Comunità Montana dell’Appennino Cesenate, in the municipality of Bagno di Romagna. The total area is 68 hectares, much of which is forest but with some pasture. The project ‘La Fattoria dell'autosufficienza’ (’Self sufficient farm’) was started in 2009 and the first real work started in 2011. We are building a centre based on the principles of permaculture from scratch. We have made a large synergic garden, dry stone walls, terraces, ponds, organic gardens, orchards of heirloom fruit varieties, fields dedicated to ancient grain varieties, etc.. On the farm there are also free ranging pigs and chickens, rabbits (kept outside), dogs, cats and other animals. We organize summer courses related to self-sufficiency and permaculture. Accommodation is in a tent or yurt and we eat meals together outside. We can host people from May 1 until the end of October.