Agriristorante farm and in the heart of the Maremma Natural Park, 5 km from the Sea . The Agritourism (farmhouse with dinner, and bed and breakfast services) is located in the Collecchio area, right in the heart of Maremma’s Natural Park. It is surrounded by ample land (30 hectares), on which you can find a vineyard, olive tree groves, grain, fodder, and a large variety of fruit and vegetables. The farm produces its own brands of jam and grappa, as well as IGT wine (typical geographical indication) and extra virgin olive oil.
It’s unique location is at the foot of the Uccellina (small bird) hill, inside Maremma’s Natural Park, in Loc. Collecchio, just behind the gorgeous beach, Cala di Forno.
It offers hospitality with en-suite bathrooms, and our characteristic Tuscan restaurant has an ample and comfortable dining room with a wide outdoor porch, where you can taste the local typical food prepared exclusively by using our in-house products and products at 0km distance from us. The tranquil surroundings of this magnificent location make a perfect place for a relaxing holiday in the green hills of the Maremma, Tuscany.
Our typical fresh Tuscan dishes accompanied with our superb selection of own made wines are served daily in our friendly restaurant. We also organize private functions.
In the large garden you can enjoy the nature of the countryside, equipped with gazebos, reclining sun loungers, an enclosed car park, and a playground for children.
We are ideally situated to allow you to discover nature trails in the Natural Park of Maremma through the plains of Alberese, Talamone, the mouth of the Ombrone River, and the mountains of the Uccellina. It’s also close to renowned beach resorts in the peninsula of Monte Argentario with the beautiful Giannella and Feniglia shorelines, along with the coast of Orbetello, and the incredible ports of Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole. There is also the possibility to go on excursions to nearby islands such as Giglio and Giannutri, or to visit the thermal baths in Saturnia.
Our family-run business was established in the early 70s by Enrico Fusini and his wife Maria Fusini, who both worked as Mezzadri (profit sharing) farmers in the 30s.
While working as farmers, with the help of their sons Enzo and Angelo, they started to plant vineyards and olive groves and began working on the building of the main house.
In 1977 Enzo married Patrizia, and in 1984 Elisa was born.
In the 90s new Italian regional laws were introduced to help develop rural areas, legally recognizing the Agritourism as a codified business. However, at first, this new legislation limited the Agritourism to only offer overnight stays. In 2004 changes to regional laws allowed businesses to offer catering services.
All strictly family-run.