What is an “Agriturismo in Toscana” ?
It’s not a villa or a hotel. The term ‘agriturismo’ refers to a set of apartments in the farmland and run by farmers, which gives visitors the chance to experience sustainable tourism in beautiful surroundings. Le Ceregne Tuscany Farmhouse is a 60 hectare estate, cultivated according to the principles of organic farming: here you can have a proper holiday in Tuscany, that you can also call ‘green’.
We grow fine quality olive trees, fruit trees and a few varieties of grapes, such as the Sangiovese and…
Bio restaurant: Traditional Tuscan flavours, like Nonna used to make, using organic or km O products. Our Tuscan cuisine melts organic food with traditional recipes, such as homemade pasta, which have been handed down for generations. Our philosophy is to offer typical and traditional dishes of the Valtiberina Toscana, an area on the eastern border between Romagna and Umbria. >What is organic here? Everything! Why organic? In order to give you the best, and to respect our earth as well…Learn More
Taste km zero products of the Tuscan tradition in the green hills of the Valtiberina. Relax in the swimming pool, admire the panorama of Lake Montedoglio and walk the path of the Renaissance artists.
Everybody knows that we have the most famous Italian olive oil, here in Tuscany. But do you know how we make it? Have you ever experienced the “olive tradition” in Italy? The olive harvest is a tradition here in the hills of the...Learn More
As an example of sustainability in tourism, we work hard to develop partnerships with experts and professionals who are working hard in responsible and sustainable tourism. We met Sara Vitali from Sustainable Tourism World ‘virtually’, and...Learn More
Samuel Webster is an Australian artist living and working in Tuscany. A year ago, he arrived in Pieve Santo Stefano, experienced his first ‘Palio dei Lumi’ festival and created a short film to explain it to friends back home. This year, he experienced...Learn More
For those who have finished with Florence, and want to explore the rest of Tuscany, the classic traveller’s route runs either due south – to the vineyards of Chianti, the towers and Palio of Siena and San Gimignano, the hill towns between...Learn More
One of the most charming towns in Tuscany (yes, the one that is also “under the Tuscan sun”!) is for the third year running, the exclusive setting of Cortona On The Move – Photography in Travel, an international photography festival. The theme of the...Learn More
In Tuscany, the farmer’s tradition (or the tradition of the countryside) has married web 2.0: ecology, short chain, km zero, recycling and cornerstones of the local culture, come together synergistically in a network that creates social value, and that,...Learn More