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Situated at the foot of the Tolfa Mountains, the estate lies on 400 hectares, of which 200 are woodland and Mediterranean scrub. The remainder is arable land and pasture. The center of the farm consists of a picturesque medieval village, a large church in the neogothic style from the mid-19th century, and an imposing 18th century granary. The estate was built in 1750 by Pope Paul III and his nephew for the development of the local alum mines and to house the miners. The company was purchased many years later by the Marquis Guglielmi Vulci and, passing from one family to another, was purchased in 2002 by the Spellucci family, who opened a farm to give nature lovers the opportunity to enjoy a place of incomparable charm, both environmental and historical.
How to reach us
At Aurelia’s km 84 take the local road Melledra Farnesina, continue for 7 km following directions to “Borgo della Farnesiana”. By train: take the Rome-Civitavecchia line.
5 apartaments, 12 rooms
In the antique houses and barns of the village the farm offers accommodation in rooms and apartments that have been restored with the utmost care and fidelity, retaining their rustic charm. The village apartments, of various sizes, have 2 to 8 beds and can accommodate families and groups for holiday periods in the quiet atmosphere of a place where time seems to stand still.
dining rooms of 200 sq m
total seating 300
The restaurant at the farm is open for Friday dinner, Saturday lunch and dinner and on Sundays and public holidays for lunch. From Monday to Friday for groups.