The old farmhouse of the Via Francigena

A country house built in a historic farmhouse, housed in a 17th century building, built in local stone and renovated with all the criteria of ecological sustainability. The Sant$0027Elia farmhouse is located in the interior of Campania, it is a typical example of rural architecture in the Miscano Valley, a territory between Sannio and Irpinia. It is a historic farm: since 1822, the Resce family has lived here, practicing livestock and cultivation.

The Via Francigena Organic Farm and the Wool Route

Today, the farm houses a multifunctional farm combining agricultural and agrotourism accommodation, equipped with rooms for overnight stays. The farm offers naturalistic excursions and food and wine tastings, two ways to discover the territory of the Apennines of Campania. In the Sant$0027Elia eco-farm holiday center you can taste zero kilometer products, typical of the local agricultural tradition.

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