Not sure exactly what to say about this place. I had great expectations, the description says 'this 19th-century farmhouse is still a working farm and has farm animals on site. It produces its own liquors, wines, olive oil, fruit and vegetable. These are all available to sample and buy. Guests can learn how to make traditional Neapolitan desserts, jams and... More
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