Marche and Abruzzo: 5 Agritourisms You Cannot Miss

Located in central Italy, the Marche region is characterized by the diversity of the landscape and territory: harmonics and sinuous forms, cliffs and caves that alternate with unforgettable beaches, mountains and hills that recall the history, tradition and art. Together with Abruzzo, known as the Green Region of Europe, the Marche share not only the location, but also the immense and wonderful natural scenery, national parks, the orchards and vineyards surrounded by farmhouses from ancient warmth where you can rediscover the simple taste of genuine things. Today Italian Traditions invites you to discover some of the most beautiful farms in these two regions which has always been divided by an imaginary more than real border!

Agrimare Barba Agritourism (Teramo)

Located in Scerne di Pineto, in the province of Teramo, Agrimare Barba Agritourism rise in the heart of the Farm F.lli Barba, one of the most famous and extensive of the province, heir to an ancient tradition. The current structure has been converted from old farm buildings of the company with the intention of enhancing the area and offer tourists a unique stay, thanks to its panoramic position. Provided with six small comfortable apartments, a swimming pool and large outdoor spaces, Farm Agrimare Barba offers the opportunity to spend a complete holiday among the flavors and the many sports and leisure activities that the region offers. (Find out more in our article)

Tenuta Belvedere Agritourism (Ancona)

Born to an old family farmhouse in the heart of the green Marchigian hills, right in the town of Belvedere Ostrense, just 40 minutes from Ancona, Tenuta Belvedere is managed by the Chiodi family who, for three generations, cultivate these lands. The farmhouse offers six rooms and one suite, a swimming pool and a barbecue area with a wood stove and a spa. The company produces an excellent extra virgin olive oil and, in the months of November and December, offers its guests the opportunity to visit the mill in the nearby town of Castelpiano and assist in all stages of its production. (Find out more in our article)

Ca’ Montioni Agritourism (Pesaro Urbino)

Surrounded by 50 hectares of mostly forest land, Ca’ Montioni Agritourism is located in a charming town of medieval origin, Mercatello sul Metauro, in an old patriarchal house of 1200 lovingly restored. Also a teaching farm, the property is about 10 km from a golf course and enjoys an ideal location for horse riding, fishing, hiking or mountain biking. Glimpses of great effect, a genuine food, rooms furnished with style and attention to details are the prerequisites to spend days in the company of the managers of Ca’ Montioni Agritourism(Find out more in our article)

Pesolillo Agritourism (Chieti)

Born in 2002 in the hills of San Giovanni Teatino, in the center of the triangle Pescara, Chieti and Francavilla al Mare, the farm enjoys the tranquility you would expect from a country house. It covers an area of 12 hectares in a typically hilly landscape that includes cultivation of vineyards and olive groves according to teatina tradition. The farm offers double rooms and apartments divided between the top of the restaurant and an adjacent complex plane. In the restaurant you can taste traditional dishes and wholesome foods that come from their lands.

Pietrantica Agritourism (Pescara)

The farm is run by Sanelli spouses and it is located in Decontra, a tiny village in the heart of the Majella National Park. Born from the renovation of old barns, Pietrantica Agritourism is an organic farm certified by the International Organization PAN PARKS, with whom the agritourism collaborates for the development of responsible tourism. The cozy interiors offer six rooms and two small apartments with kitchenette and fireplace equipped with all comforts.

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