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Pulicaro guesthouse on a farm in Acquapendente

Pulicaro is an ancient, beautifully restored stone farmhouse. Its tower dates back to the days of Red Beard and served as a lookout in this wild rural territory. Over the course of centuries, pieces were added to the structure, until in 1800 when it reached its current configuration. Since then, Pulicaro has not been touched except for our recent renovations, in which we cautiously preserved the history and character of the building. Set in the heart of a 120-acre farm, Pulicaro’s farmhouse has traditional two-person rooms as well as family apartments.
Bed and Breakfast, Half Board, Full Board services are available on request at our "Farm to Table" restaurant

"Farm to Table Restaurant"

Pulicaro’s guests have the opportunity to taste local dishes, created with recipes of the Viterban countryside and traditional Italian peasant fare.

All dishes are cooked strictly with fresh and seasonal organic ingredients from our farm or nearby farms and are accompanied by the finest wines of the area.

Ristorante Pulicaro
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Organic Farm

Pulicaro is a guesthouse on a farm, which Marco and Chiara found abandoned and then completely reorganized.
Now agricultural production is carried out with total respect for environmental balance, following the seasonal rhythms, without pesticides or antibiotics.

Fattoria Pulicaro
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Wondrous surroundings not to miss

Nestled in the countryside where Lazio meets Tuscany, Agriturismo Pulicaro is strategically located for people seeking to discover history, culture and the arts. Within one hour of the farmhouse, guests have access to an impressive collection of cultural heritage. 
It is a short walk from Torre Alfina, renowned as one of Italy’s most beautiful villages. It is far from big cities, yet easy to reach from Rome. Guests at Pulicaro can relax on the farm or visit nearby attractions such as Orvieto, Lake Bolsena, Civita di Bagnoregio, Pienza, Siena and the Val d’Orcia, the thermal baths of San Casciano, Saturnia and Bagno Vignoni.  

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