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Spaces to meditate, walk or read in the shade of an oak tree
In the enchanting scenery of the Farfa river valley, in the heart of Sabina, less than an hour’s drive from Rome, in one of the most intact and protected places of central Italy.
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It is very near the Farfa river, one of the most protected and enchanting spots in central Italy.
Close to the farm there is also the Farfa Abbey (5th century a.C.) and the Valle Santa where St. Francis of Assisi lived.
Traditionally, we grow olive trees, grapes, vegetables, and fruit and we produce extra-virgin olive oil. Rome is nearby and can be reached by train very easily. Your holiday has never been so rich of opportunities and itineraries to follow either by foot or on horseback. A furnished area in the garden is available for corporate meetings and team activities.
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The Farfa Abbey is one of the most important monuments of the European Middle Ages; He had the patronage of Charlemagne and possessed,
``Francis has sanctified Assisi, his native city, but shone in the province of Rieti to a special fondness and for the splendor of the many miracles.``
The vicissitudes of the territory included in the Partial Natural Reserve of lakes and along Ripasottile relate to very remote epoch.
Between 1953 and 1955 ENEL built, for the production of electricity, a dam on the Tiber River just downstream of the confluence with the river Farfa.
Located at the entrance of the village, the characteristic Hermitage of San Cataldo, sunken in a huge granite rock that covers it like a roof, over a thousand years protecting the small community of Cottanello.
On the solemnity of Pentecost, Sunday, May 11, 2008, the village of Monteleone Sabino was festooned celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit,
The Shrine of Vescovio, among the best known and most important monuments of Sabina, located in the area where once stood the Roman town of 'Forum Novum ``.
The Terminillo was launched for tourists in the thirty years after a visit of Benito Mussolini that he was ``impressed by the beauty of the mountain range.``
Marmore Falls is a controlled flow waterfall, among the highest in Europe, relying on a total drop of 165 m, divided into three jumps.