La Nuova Ecologia

Checkout this article “A Piedi per la Sabina”, published on “La Nuova Ecologia” – Italy. Article by Federico Mastrogiovanni, printed in January 2009.

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pag. 76: “The [walk] through the Monti Sabini (Lazio) is one of the most interesting. Suggestive the path from Contigliano, in the province of Rieti, that takes you across the Lower Sabina into the Abbey of Farfa, a tiny jewel of the Carolingian era, nestled between hills covered with olive groves. The route through the Sabine hills connects towns that were once the main strategic nodes in the area, and now offer spectacular views.

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The Independent Traveler

This huge spread out article on us was published on “Independent Traveller”, the special insert for the daily news paper “The Independent” – UK . Article by Sue Watt,  “A growing passion”, printed in October 2009.

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Page 10: – With the Italian olive harvest about to begin, Sue Watt Reveals the ancient secret behind a farm near Rome where some of the nation’s finest olive oil is produced. “Olives are a huge passion in this rustic corner of Italy, just 50km north of Rome. In early November the hillsides are buzzing. Neat, silvery olive groves, deserted for most of the year, are full of people. Predominantly, these are ladies in old faschioned floral pinafores climbing up the ladders with green nets spread out below like carpets to catch the season’s crop.”

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“I viaggi di Repubblica”

This article was published on “I Viaggi di Repubblica” – Italy, the special insert for the daily news paper “La Repubblica”. See online article by Isa Grassano, printed on paper in October 2005.
Photos by Marco Scataglini.

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Stefano was quoted: “As a child I used to holiday with my grandparents who lived here. These lands have always fascinated me, then, as soon as I could, I ditched the big city, and now I’m ready to take tourists to explore this beautiful area. Together with other friends we bet on the possibility of a proper relationship between man and nature.

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