Our farmhouse is in Calabria, South Italy, and overlooks
the Policastrum Gulf from the hills of Praia a Mare.
It is mostly made of pinewood forest and Mediterranean scrub, with secular olive trees from which we obtain oil.
The Policastrum Gulf
Visit one of the most beautiful seashores in south Italy: the Policastrum Gulf.
At only 5 km from our farm you'll find the village of Maratea and its harbour: the ancient town
grows on the side of the mountain surrounded by green, while at its feet the beautiful
and almost hidden beaches, small and quiet, are washed by a crystalline sea.
Over the harbour the giant statue of the Redentore protects the sailors and completes the view.
Hiking in the Woods
Pollino National Park
The largest natural park in Italy is at our doorstep.
Filled with amateur and long-distance hiking trails, Parco del Pollino is a vast protected area
where wildlife grows untouched, as its unique forests shelter the park's symbolic evergreen tree, the bosniac pine.
The area offers many other activities, such as rafting, water-trekking excursions over the Lao River and paragliding.