We cultivate a new Love for the LandPulicaro
is an authentic Agriturismo, where you will find a comfortable
accommodation in an a rural house on a real farm.
is thus a delightful place to stay, where you will be able to
experience and learn more about organic farming, lead in a natural,
conscious way :
- Free Range and grass-fed organic breeding : we breed animals,
basically free-range, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese,
pigs, sheep, goats and rabbits;
- Old varieties orchards : our Olive Orchard includes local variety
trees adapted to the plateau climate, while our Fruit Orchard is
filled with trees that ripen progressively and are more resistant to
diseases and parasites;
- An organic vegetable garden, which generates only seasonal produce
without harsh chemicals.
reason why we decided to recover this abandoned farm and restore its
house was in order to combine farming and hosting in the most
, without negatively impacting the environment.
production is carried out with total respect for environmental
balance, following the seasonal rhythms,
without pesticides or
of our goals is to share our point of view and teach guests (children
and adults!) about farm life.
Marco will gladly introduce you to
all the animals and plants that surround our farm, allowing you to
experience the typical countryside lifestyle and activities.
have the opportunity to bring back home unforgettable memories, such
as witnessing the birth of baby chicks and ducks, harvesting olives
in the fall, collecting eggs, and preparing fresh pasta.
us even for a short stay “a
weekend at Pulicaro Farm”
is a great chance, not only for children to visit a working
sustainable animal farm, but mostly for their parents to learn more
about ethical choices beyond that, conscious food consumption, and
appreciating this philosophy with the final tasting of these high
quality ingredients in the dishes we serve at our restaurant.
you mean to learn more about our sustainable,
organic lifestyle and farm,
in our customized “Farm to Table educational programs”.