|Tuscany is for sure one of the best known Italian regions as regards to agritourism, to farm holidays: small medieval towns, vineyards and olive groves, wide woods, extraordinary artistic cities, like Florence, Siena, Pisa, Arezzo, Lucca, Prato, Pistoia. The agricultural production is as rich as the cultural and historical heritage of this region. Among the typical products: wine, olive oil, cheeses, cold pork meat, beans, and cereals. Among the most important specialities: fiorentina beef-steak, ribollita, scottiglia, beans al fiasco, that you will have the opportunity to try in a lot of farmhouses, during your farm holidays in Tuscany.Tuscany is also the region of environment preservation and, naturally, of agritourism. Among the most important places: Casentino Woods National Park (provinces of Arezzo and Florence), Tuscan Apennines National Park (provinces of Lucca and Massa Carrara), three regional parks (Migliarino, S. Rossore, Massaciuccoli Regional Park, Alpi Apuane Regional Park, and Maremma Regional Park). In these natural areas of Tuscany farm holidays will give you the unique opportunity to see the local flora and fauna heritage.Tasting the produce of the Tuscan farms means enjoying the product of extraordinary love for land and nature, which has driven the owners to also produce organic wines and high quality extra-virgin olive oil.Respect for traditional methods and produce that is strictly organic and that excludes the use of any chemical substance are at the base of a no-compromise approach, which has been at the root of tuscan farm becoming a central player in the Tuscan winemaking community.Experience and scrupulous attention for each phase of production, from awaiting the right time to pick the grapes to filling the barrels inside our cellars, are the two elements that allow to serve the pleasure of enjoying some of the best IGT and DOCG wines from the hills of the Chianti region.
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