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Agriturismo Il Passeggere


Via Bruscoli Passeggere 1438
50033 Firenzuola (Fi)


+39 366 6446263


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The name of the Agriturismo Il Passeggere is thought to derive from "passeggeria", meaning a place of great passage: in fact, near the houses of the Passeggere a crossroads can be seen, the origin of which can be traced back to the Roman road Flaminia Militare and the mule track of medieval times, according to a route still retraced by hikers on the Via degli Dei. The mule track can be recognized in places in the forest behind the complex called "Incisa del Passeggere," being at a lower level than the surrounding forest due to the prolonged passage. The farm is located in the Upper Mugello Valley and covers about 300 hectares, between 800 and 1,000 meters above sea level in the heart of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. The game reserve is rich in ungulates such as fallow deer, deer, mouflon and wild boar, which - along with the Cinta Senese pig breeding animals - provide the base from which the excellent cured meats, cold cuts and all the other specialties of Tuscan-Emilian cuisine that are served at the restaurant, made out of an old barn that has been elegantly restored respecting the original architecture typical of the Apennines. In a recently restored building, there are also 9 cozy and bright rooms furnished in rustic style, each with LCD TV and private bathroom.


Pets allowed

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