Nocini di Maremma has been nominated among the 12 best agriturismo in Tuscany by Travelmag. Here is an excerp of the article witten by Peter Smith and published on December 20, 2019:
“Formed by smooth slopes and varicoloured fields, the countryside of Tuscany is no less attractive than its art towns. Agriturismos are the best way to experience both, as the region is scattered with traditional farmhouses providing all one needs for a peaceful retreat surrounded by nature. Here, the rural lifestyle can feature anything from woodland walks to olive picking and learning the local cuisine, in close proximity to the region’s many cultural landmarks.
Nocini di Maremma is a restored medieval hamlet which was once part of the feud of Tatti, a nearby village. Its centrepiece is an ancient oven, dating back over a hundred years and still used to make pizza, flatbread and the like. No less fascinating, the surrounding landscape provides views over the Alta Maremma region, ranging all the way from the hills to the sea. The coast is less than 40km away, while the nearby attractions include medieval landmarks such as Massa Marittima, Montemassi and the San Galgano Abbey. The agriturismo offers three double rooms and a twin…”
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