TWO KILOMETRES OF EMOTIONS
THROUGH THE SCENTS OF THE WOOD
A glance from the terraces of the farmhouse is enough for the eye to get lost in a thick patch of Mediterranean vegetation, and you are immediately tempted to go and walk along those paths. Venturing on the 2 km path that runs in the neighbourhood of the farmhouse means getting involved in a sensory experience through the unmistakable scent of centuries-old holm oaks, oaks and downy oaks.
Crossing the 10 hectares of wood, it is not rare to meet tree specimens with trunks of circumference exceeding 3.5 m. These are the protagonists of the long history of this plateau full of woods, pastures and game already in the late Bronze Age (at the end of the second millennium), when it was inhabited by Iapygian and Messapian communities.