agriturismi to visit this Spring

16 April 2022
Written by The Italy Insider

Surrounded by countryside landscapes and authenticity that our country embraces so well, an Agriturismo is the ultimate choice for a weekend trip in Italy. Whether you decide to stay the night or simply head over for lunch, you’re in a place that is known for its close contact to land where sustainability is one of the core pillars. Organic, local cuisine, zero impact on the environment and utmost respect to nature. We have gathered seven agriturismi in Italy from north to south that are ideal for your spring vacation to Italy.


Tenuta Le Tre Virtù,


An 18th century village nestled among the Mugello hills in Tuscany brought to life by Valentina and Christian. Tenuta Le Tre Virtú combines authentic Tuscan rural architecture with a philosophy based on eco-sustainability, respect and love for nature. Seven immaculate rooms all uniquely designed with objects of local craftsmen. These rooms are cosy, intimate and very aesthetic, The kind of rooms you wake up in the morning, draw your curtains and look out onto the rolling hills. The restaurant, Virtuosino Bistrot, is available exclusively to guests and is situated inside a precious frescoed room. The concept, headed by Chef Antonello Sardi, has one Michelin Star and one Green Star for Sustainable Gastronomy in the Michelin Italy 2022 Guide where the cuisine is enhanced through nature, love and connection to the territory. WEBSITE

Tenuta le Tre Virtù
Tenuta le Tre Virtù


Villa Cordevigo,

An ancient Veneto villa dating back to the Renaissance era converted into a Wine Relais near Lake Garda. A small village also known as ‘albergo diffuso’ that houses the main villa, 35 rooms & suites, a Michelin starred restaurant, a large park, vineyards, a historical wine cella, a patrician chapel a SPA. Each room is elegant, uniquely furnished with classical elements that pay homage to the heritage of the site. Sumptuous velvet curtains that match the colour palette of the room, gilded head boards, majestic fireplaces and luxurious fabrics. Luxury is also well engrained in the culinary proposal of Oseleta Restaurant, one Michelin star, where Chef Marco Marras combines seasonal, high quality raw materials to his artistic flair to create a fine-dining culinary experience. To be paired with the extensive selection of local, national and international wines. WEBSITE

Where to go on Easter Monday
Villa Cordevigo


azienda agricola ceraudo,

Ceraudo is located within a 17th century village surrounded by 60 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and citrus groves that lead out to the Ionian coast. A beautiful setting in a lesser known part of Italy that awaits to be discovered. Roberto Ceraudo and his 3 kids lovingly run the estate that today produces not only the best olive oil of the region but also 9 wine labels as well as housing 4 rooms, 2 apartments and a Michelin starred restaurant that thrives through fresh, seasonal produce cultivated on the estate. Here, sustainability is at the core of the business and this connection to the earth is felt through every element of the estate from the simplistic and rural decor to Caterina Ceraudo’s refined cuisine at Ristorante Dattilo. WEBSITE

Azienda Agricola Ceraudo


Podere la Rocca,


Podere La Rocca is immersed in the garden of vineyards and orchards of the La Rocca family in the heart of Montepulciano, in the northern part of Tuscany. There are six rooms and five apartments all welcoming, with a charming rustic decor: exposed wooden beam ceilings, terracotta floors, pastel coloured fabrics and antique furnishings that are product of meticulous search. Here there are over 400 hectares of land that the estate uses to produce wine, vegetables and many kinds of cereals that guests will be able to taste at breakfast and in the Restaurant’s cuisine run by Federico, owner of the farmhouse alongside Marianna. The menu encompasses a variety of traditional Tuscan specialities prepared with fresh and seasonal raw materials picked from the land. Pasta is handmade and the meats are locally sourced. WEBSITE

Podere La Rocca, Toscana


Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo, marche

An abandoned 18th century hamlet converted into a charming estate with rooms & suites obtained from ancient farmhouses that overlook the vineyards and surrounding natural reserve. The only one commitment required here is to relax. Take a trip to the SPA, restored from an old hay barn that houses a sauna, thermal springs and the possibility to enjoy one of the many treatments and massages. There are also many experiences and excursions to part take for a more adventurous stay. The restaurant is located among ancient oaks, in front of three lakes, with cuisine that’s traditional of the Marche area and a variety of wine and beers produced at the estate. WEBSITE

Where to go on Easter Monday
Exterior. Ph. Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo


borgo bastia creti,


Situated on the boarder between Umbria and Tuscany, Borgo Bastia Creti is a secluded, 14th century Hamlet thoughtfully restored and converted into a luxurious, refined estate. There are five properties at the Borgo, that vary in size for the possibility to accommodate either a couple or larger families or groups of friends (up to 8). Attention to detail here is impeccable: old oak beam ceilings, hand-made terracotta floors, antique furnishings and kilim carpets. All elements that highlight the timeless elegance of the estate. The space is also not short of activities; during the day you can take a dip in the pool, walk around the enchanted gardens, play tennis or spend time in the sauna. With regards to cuisine, the restaurant is located in the 12th century chapel with high ceilings, frescoed walls and central open fireplace. A cosy space to enjoy your breakfast and lunch/dinner. There is also the possibility to request wine tours and tastings and, what better way to spend your Easter Monday than with a Barbecue? WEBSITE

Borgo Bastia Creti
Borgo Bastia Creti


Masseria Moroseta, puglia

A white stone farmhouse overlooking Ostuni, the coastal part of the region. A very linear, refined structure that reflect the traditional Apuglian architecture with a modern approach to design. Simple, minimalistic and extremely aesthetic, Masseria Moroseta is the epitome of slow, mindful travel. Visitors here connect with nature and dive deep into authentic, Italian experiences. Learn how to cook gnocchi with fava beans, pecorino at one of the personalised cooking courses offered at the Masseria with chef Giorgia Eugenia Goggi, also head of the restaurant (open to guests and public). The menu is in fact inspired by mediterranean and local dishes with a very organic, healthy approach through the use of freshly picked ingredients from the vegetable gardens and orchards. WEBSITE

Masseria Moroseta. Ph. Credits Renee Kemps

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