What are Italy’s Agriturismi

Definition: Agriturismo – a combination of the words for “agriculture” and “tourism” in Italian – is a style of vacationing in farm house resorts codified into Italian law in 1985. An agriturismo vacation is suitable for the whole family and some places even be very romantic or luxurious. These wonderful places are romantic farms that serve organic foods usually farmed nearby. You can get rooms from very small to large, from simple to romantic. Eat at least some of your meals there to enjoy the local cuisine. They are often in very beautiful areas where the scenery is beautiful. Many have trails and horse back riding. You will soon find the hectic life behind you. Relax and enjoy life, like the Italians do.

Enjoy not only the exceptional food but the local wine as well. Not many tours show you this side of Italy. Get off the beaten path and enjoy the real Italy not the hustle


agritourism (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

-bustle of crowded tourist traps.

Categories: Amalfi Coast, Capri, Cilento, General Travel, Italy, Milan, Positano, Rome, San Gimignano, Velina | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

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