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ATTENTION: In this list you see the hosts that reflect your research and you can get an idea of the hosts present in WWOOF Italia. Their name and contacts are only visible to members. By joining WWOOF Italy and paying the membership fee of € 35 you can get in touch with your chosen farm and organize your trip and your stay with them.


This farm is situated on the south-eastern coast of Sardinia 50 km from Cagliari between Muravera and Castaidas. The unspoilt beach of Feraxi is a few km away. The farm has 3 hectares of land, one is woodland where there is space for tents, and the other two are cultivated. The restoration work on the house has been completed, 120 olive trees have been planted and work has commenced to maintain the woodland to make it more accessible for cutting firewood and pitching tents in the summer. In the last year, a hectare of aromatic herbs have been planted and a workshop has been built to process them. A greenhouse has been also constructed for the winter vegetable garden. Monica does not use chemicals, adores children and lives on her own with 3 dogs and a cat. The farm is isolated. Depending on availability there are two rooms in the house, space for tents and four beds in a caravan with an outdoor shower. English, French, Spanish and Portuguese spoken.
We have lived on this farm for the 2 years since we had finished building our house. We have also built an Agritourism. We have planted 2 has of olives for olive oil for the house. We are planning on planting a vegetable garden, fruit trees, and constructing a chicken run. We have two children of 12 and 16 who help with the ducks and with small tasks in the vegetable garden. We enjoy cooking (we are not vegetarian) and being with our friends, going to the sea and the mountains which are not far from the house. We chose this lifestyle and so being organic and building with green techniques come from a profound motivation and love for the environment. My wife speaks some English and Spanish, I understand, but do not speak, Spanish, therefore some knowledge of Italian is necessary.
We are running a small, openminded + openhearted spiritual and ecological center based on the mystic path of sufism. Our centre is situated in a beautiful, quiet valley 4 km from the coast, near the friendly village San Pantaleo (Olbia), all in walking distance. The area is characteristic for its fantastic granite rock formations and evergreen lush vegetation. There are beautiful hiking paths. We have many sunny days, lots of wind, in summer it’s hot and in winter quite wet and cold. We grow olives and vegetables, all organic, in part following permaculture principles. We organize spiritual and ecological meetings and seminars. We offer daily morning meditation and weekly evening gatherings with music and singing. We welcome friendly people who are interested in spirituality and an eco-sustainable way of life in close contact with the elements, and who plan to stay for at least 3 weeks. Besides the work with the olive trees (pruning and fertilizing the trees, harvesting and preserving the olives) and the vegetable garden (digging, fertilizing, seeding, weeding…), there are different other activities for you to join. Some are rather physical, e.g. creating paths, building stone walls, cutting and chipping wood, uprooting, getting thorns out of the ground, shredding the cut bushes and branches, cutting grass. Sometimes we need help in the kitchen (we cook good vegetarian food) and house, especially during seminars. We offer accommodation in tents, offseason in caravan, cabin or house. At times volunteers might need to share a room with each other. We love living, working and meditating in the beautiful, strong nature of Sardinia and we are happy to share this way of life with others.
We are a biodynamic farm in Masainas in southern Sardinia. We cultivate various vegetables, most of which are carrots and various cereals, including ancient cereals. We breed different animals, 4 cows, a goat, a sheep, three donkeys and a horse. We have many Cats and a dog some geese and some hens. There is an agritourism made of earth and straw, we transforms our products for our guests.

We produce organically-certified fruit and vegetables. The farm is divided into two large plots of land, the smalller one of 2 has, is located on the side of a hill dominated by Mediterranean marquis from where you can see the sea, here we also cultivate pears, other fruit and a small vineyard. The larger piece of land is approximately 3.5 has and includes several citrus trees - oranges, clementines, mandarins and lemons, olives, various fruit such as apricots and figs, strawberries and an area dedicated to vegetable gardens, where you can learn about different techniques of cultivation (synergistic gardening, crop rotation, intercropping, etc.). We have dogs, cats, chickens and turkeys. Help is welcome on the farm throughout the year, especially during the citrus harvest, but there is always something to do ... Meals are shared as is the cleaning of common areas. Accommodation in single or double room. We prefer people with some experience who are seriously interested in helping us for a period of at least 3 weeks. Accommodation in single or double room. The farm is located on the south-east coast near Villaputzu (5 km) and the beaches of Porto Corallo (4 Km) We have 2 bikes you can use. 

Our farm is located near the beach on the East Coast. All year round we take care of the orchard, olive grove and the garden applying our knowledge of permaculture and natural farming (Synergetic, Biodynamic and Sinedina). We cultivate because the land satisfies the soul and creativity frees the mind. My farm is of about one hectare and is divided into three parts. One part of ​​7000 m2 is planted with olive grove, orchards and also the vegetable garden, on this there is also house with 10 beds, which is used to accommodate guests. The other lot has an area of ​​2000 m2 and is Mediterranean forest. The third lot has an area of ​​1300 m2 and is cultivated with fruit trees. The farm follows the natural crops (no fertilizer, no pesticide, no medication of any kind), especially the garden is cultivated by the method SINEDINA (Synergetic sweet) or traditionally protected. Every year I teach courses in the Synergetic gardening (Emilia Hazelip) with Bio-Dynamics (Rudolf Steiner), but above all I apply SINEDINA. Jobs to do are varied: vegetable cultivation. Pruning the pergolas, grapes, olive grove and orchard, artichokes. Harvesting of olives, vegetables, strawberries etc ... I understand Spanish but do not speak it, my wife understands French but does not speak it, from May to September we have a regular German visitor who also speaks Italian, who helps us a lot.
This is a 6 1/2 hectare farm and is located in south-east Sardinia. Four years ago my son Ivo and I decided to return to live in the country. Ivo runs a B & B and I devote myself to the garden, the synergistic vegetable garden (9 beds), a small orchard of 35 trees, an olive grove of about 70 trees. We also have a small greenhouse (which has been damaged by wind). Everything is taken care of according to the agriculture and natural synergy. Everything we produce is for us and for friends who come to visit us, excess produce is preserved in oil or made into jams, or dried - especially herbs. Every so often we organize courses on synergistic gardening for people who are interested and curious and also traditional farmers from southern Sardinia, or in the markets, generally monthly, the exchange of products, seeds and seedlings. We raise a dozen chickens for eggs and some ornamental chickens. We also have 2 goats, plus 3 black dogs and 3 cats, one of which is black. We need cooperation for the olive harvest between late October and November, but also help to clean and tidy up the synergic vegetable garden and orchard. We offer a comfortable room with private entrance to people who speak Italian and / or French.
A farm of over 4 hectares organized according to the principles of Permaculture. We are a family of 4: Nanni is Sardinian, Kat is English with two children aged 5 and 1, and a dog. We are vegetarians and eat food grown by ourselves or locally and organically. We have lived in Australia for years working with Aboriginal communities in environmental conservation. When we're not working at home, Kat is a yoga teacher for adults and children, and Nanni teaches Permaculture and does research. The farm is located about 2 kilometers from the village of Seneghe. The area has numerous Nuraghic sites, including a Tomb of the Giants about 100 meters from our house. WWOOFers will be able to participate in the work of the vegetable garden and orchard at home or in the olive groves and vineyards that we treat on behalf of friends at Seneghe. This work includes sowing, harvesting, pruning and grafting, soil improvement etc. We work together with other people in the area and at this time we are planning a vineyard and a chicken coop.

We have two separate plots of land one of 16 ha and the other 70 with mainly Mediterranean scrub. We breed Sardinian donkeys, there are 26 at the moment, 2 horses and a mule. There is a small caper cultivation, (about 40 plants), 2 small orchards, figs, azerole, sobs, jujube, pomegranates etc.), 50 pear trees grafted with old Sardinian varieties, and two young synergic gardens. We also have chickens (O-shamo a Japanese breed and a Congolese bantam which highly resistant to disease). You can also learn dry stone walling and construction methods such as building with earth. We speak English, French, Portuguese, some Russian and Japanese. The two plots, 40 minutes apart by foot, are 6 kms from Alghero and are very isolated and so you need to be nature lovers and happy to live in a isolated place

We have been members wwoof for five years in which time we have hosted over 50 wwoofers, now, after a break of three years, we want to continue our successful experience as hosts. We live on a small farm 12km from the sea in the valley at the foot of Monte 7 Fratelli. We grow olives, grapes, fruits, vegetables and herbs. We currently have a chicken coop, recently we recently stopped breeding pigs for family use. We make oil, wine, jams, preserves and cold cuts, bread and often make pasta and desserts. Our daughter, her partner and our (soon to be 2) grandchildren live nearby. They too are farmers, have a flock of sheep and a horse. For some years we have been a social teaching farm - we host groups of children and adults who come to do workshops on the use of medicinal & dye plants, on the cultivation and processing of vegetables. We love the opportunity to learn and transmit knowledge, love people, plants and animals and to share what we are and what we do. We built our house with clay (adobe) with the help of our guests. We aim to grow our own food and be self sufficient in energy, we have photovoltaic panels for heating and hot water. We have good relations with our neighbours and exchange help also with other WWOOF hosts.