Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in Abruzzo, Italy
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I'm based in the Netherlands at the moment. But bought a small olive grove and orchard in Abruzzo, Italy. .My main accomodation is a nice static caravan that sleeps 3-4 comfortably, but there are beds for up to 7. There's also room for tents and an ......
we are a family of 4 people and we are a small organic farm company. We produce apples, grain, oil, pasta, chick peas. We are renovating an old farmhouse and we are doing work for a food processing laboratory.
We live in the countryside on the hills of the beautiful region of Abruzzo, near the village of Morro D'oro, 10 Km from the beach and 40 Km from the highest mountains of the Apennines.
We are a family of 5, myself, my daughter, my mother, my ......
Camillo and Paolino's family is formed by Camillo's wife Marisa and his son and daughter Paolo and Viola.
We cultivate the land to produce much of our own food including growing grain which they turn into bread . We mainly cultivate cereals