Azienda Agricola Biologica

"le ghiandaie"

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The farmhouse

The old farmhouse, a building of the late '800 recently restored, is located on a green hilltop of the countryside among Umbria and Tuscany, not far from the medieval village of Salci.
The farmhouse is situated within a 22 hectare organic farm that grows cereals, legumes and fruits and produces olive oil and wine. The farm also includes a woodland area with roe deers and hares, a pond with geese, ducks and grass carps and an aviary with pheasants, quail, pigeons, and doves.

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There are many possibilities to spend your free time. We provide a 12m x 6m swimming pool, a playground for kids, a common room with fireplace, Ping Pong equipment and Mountain Bikes.
A barbeque area is also available for those who love cooking and tasting good food.

There are lots of things to do and places to visits in the surroundings.
Gravel roads, easily drivable and without traffic connect the farm to wonderful villages such as: Palazzone 6 km, Fighine 9 km, Cetona 10 km, Allerona 25 km, S. Casciano dei Bagni 16 km with its wonderful termal baths.
Furthermore it is possible to reach art cities and typical localities of Umbria and Tuscany in a short time: Città della Pieve (11km), Chianciano Terme (22km), Chiusi (11km), Castiglione del Lago (25km), Orvieto (25km), Monteleone d'Orvieto (10km), Sarteano (25km), Pienza and the Val d'Orcia (30km), Monte Amiata and near villages (40km), Montepulciano (28km), Perugia (45km), Florence (130km), Rome (150km).

The old farmhouse, a building of the late '800 recently restored, is located on a green hilltop of the countryside among Umbria and Tuscany, not far from the medieval village of Salci.

The farmhouse is situated within a 22 hectare organic farm that grows cereals, legumes and fruits and produces olive oil and wine. The farm also includes a woodland area with roe deers and hares, a pond with geese, ducks and grass carps and an aviary with pheasants, quail, pigeons, and doves.