The Eden Farmhouse is an holiday location that will warmly welcome you into the enchanting landscapes of the Tuscan Maremma. Come and breathe a little the clean air and taste the local food of our community. We are just a few steps from "The Little Jerusalem", a nickname that refers to Pitigliano as the home of a large Jewish community inside its ancient walls.

Perched on a tuff plateau, Pitigliano winds its way through small streets and glimpses of scenic landscapes: a truly unique town.

In the lounge of our farmhouse you will find lots of information and books related to the most suggestive and well-known parts of our surroundings, such as:

- The Etruscans and their remains in Tuscany and Lazio (Tuscia);
- Directions on how to get to Pitigliano, Sovana, Sorano, and Bolsena Lake;
- Directions on how to reach the historic sites of Rome and the Vatican City and how to visit the St Peter's Basilica , the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museums and the most beautiful monuments of the eternal city, such as the Colosseum, the Fori Imperiali, the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon.

In the surroundings of Pitigliano
Our Agristurismo is a place of relaxation and recreation, a starting point for water sports, horse riding, trekking, swimming, mountain biking, and spectacular archaeological itineraries.
Few kilometers from the farm, a riding school offers numerous horses for lessons, walks, and excursions for beginners.

Hidden pearls of the Tuscan Maremma
We will be glad to provide you with all the directions for historical-naturalistic destinations and ancient villages to visit, such as the archaeological Tuff park. Along the centenary streets called “Vie Cave”, you can visit Vitozza, one of the largest and most important cave settlements of Italy, then reach Sovana, a lovely village made on tuff rock.
Do not miss the natural thermal baths of Saturnia and Sorano or the sunsets over Bolsena Lake that is just ten minutes drive from us.
Our position is ideal for reaching the mountains and the Tyrrhenian coasts of the Argentario, but also to visit the beauties of the north of Region Lazio and to get to ancient towns like Tuscania, Gradoli, Vulci, Tarquinia, and Bagnoregio.

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