Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in Tuscany, Italy
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Important information about visiting: Italy
If you are from outside the EU and planning to visit Italy solely as a volunteer and not as a tourist you will need the correct visa. To find out more information you need to contact the embassy in your home country before travelling.
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My colleagues and I have a small farm holiday centre in the Chianti hills, Tuscany. We have 18 horses and offer lessons and rides, as well as hospitality in our traditional farmhouse. In Spring and Autumn people come for weeklong programmes of ......
Husband & wife team, running a culture/retreat centre in the mountains of Northern Tuscany. Great opportunity to contribute to an exciting project and meet an eclectic bunch of locals and travellers alike.
We are a young couple (36 and 38 year old) with 2 cats and a dog.
We live in a very nice and small village in the heart of Orcia Valley.
Wonderful quality of life, wonderful food lot of things to see.
We are halfway between Rome and Florence ......
The house itself is set in two and a half hectares of land, part of which is an olive grove of 100 plus trees, as well as being a local nature hotspot. Over the years the land has become overgrown and needs some care and attention to bring it back ......