I lived as an entrepreneur in the tourism sector and the phrase of a film (I don't remember the title) read: "Why buy what nature gives us?" My personal journey took me a few years ago to leave everything and move to a land in the Majella National Park, a highly energetic place with spectacular views of the Mother Mountain, immersed and surrounded by unspoiled and fortunately protected nature. The farmhouse is under renovation and for a short time, for the period of accommodation, I live in a caravan. Here I am realizing my dream: to live without bills and to achieve food supremacy, also in connection with other people in the area with whom we share similar values. In my spare time I walk a lot, exploring these beautiful mountains rich in history and spirituality. By profession I carry out my activity in the woods as a Survival Instructor and Hiking Guide. My goal is to share this way of life to be a healthy testimony that a better world is possible and also depends on our choices. For your simple life experience, Renato awaits you and you are welcome!
DIY and building projects
Help with Eco Projects
Here you can learn how to grow organically, conserve food, build economically and in sustainable way, manage chicken breeding, collect medicinal plants, appreciate simple life as a lifestyle and learn survival techniques during the experiences organized on weekends
My plan is to finish the renovation of the house, cultivate the vegetable garden and build: a typical Abruzzese stone hut (Tholos) and a tree house to rent to tourists.
Caravan with bathroom and shower, kitchen, double bed and single bed and stove for the winter
For volunteers there will be a minimum of 3 meals a day. The cooking ingredients are organic
In your free time there are many hiking trails, hermitages in the mountains, rivers and lakes where you can swim and the opportunity to participate in the weekend Survival Courses
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
This host can provide space for campervans.
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week