The Cavallin del Bufalo farmhouse is an organic farmhouse located in a corner of paradise, in the Tuscan Maremma , halfway between the coasts of Argentario and the Terme di Saturnia . The company is surrounded by greenery, and offers a splendid view of the village of Manciano and the Maremma hills.
The vastness of the territory of which the farmhouse is provided allows guests to make long excursions by mountain bike following the route of the local roads, to practice sport fishing in the farm’s lake or to have unforgettable picnics in the refreshment areas. Cavallin del Bufalo is also an organic farm where wheat, sunflower, rapeseed and oil and a refined DOC Aha wine of absolute excellence are grown.
Leonildo and Adriano, with their cordiality, kindness and professionalism ensure that guests can feel at ease and taste the delicacy of the products grown on their land, seasoned with typical oil obtained from the olive grove and associating the “Aha” wine with meals. that is produced in the company. The farm offers special offers for weekends and weekly stays.
Why take a farm holiday in Saturnia?
Saturnia with its thermal springs is a paradise for well-being, Agriturismo Cavallin del Bufalo is located just 15 minutes by car from the thermal complex and the mill waterfalls and is an excellent choice for your farm holiday in Saturnia.
Not to be missed in the Tuscan Maremma:
Cascate del Mulino
Set among the splendid landscapes of the Tuscan Maremma, the Cascate del Mulino di Saturnia they are the most beautiful free spas in Tuscany, and one of the most beautiful attractions in this area. Their story is mysterious, according to legend it was Saturn himself, the god of abundance, who created a crater of sulphurous water by throwing lightning on the earth, to appease the souls of men, in continuous struggle with each other. The waters of the Cascate del Mulino are precious, rich in minerals and natural elements, born on the summit of Monte Amiata and after a very long underground journey, it flows from the natural spring of Saturnia, at a temperature of 37.5° C. These waters are very rich in properties, with beneficial effects on the skin, on the respiratory, circulatory and metabolic systems. Immerse yourself in the warm sulphurous waters and let yourself be pampered by the slow flow of water.
Splendid medieval village perched on a small hill, with a breathtaking panoramic view over the valleys of the Tuscan Maremma , Montemerano is certainly one of the most beautiful attractions of the Maremma and an unmissable stop. Just 5 minutes from Saturnia and its splendid waterfalls, Montemerano is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, an intimate and cozy village, surrounded by a characteristic heart-shaped wall and rich in evidence of its ancient past … here every historic building, every street, every alley and every arch speaks of local history, tells of past centuries, medieval and Renaissance events and leads on a wonderful journey through time! Do not miss the Church of San Giorgio, dedicated to the patron saint of the town, inside there is the characteristic painting of the Madonna della Gattaiola, Piazza del Castello, the ancient parade ground of the castle of Montemerano, and the walls, built in medieval times and remodeled during the Renaissance.
Built in the Etruscan-Roman era with the name of Aurinia, Saturnia is one of the most characteristic villages of the Tuscan Maremma . The village was built near the natural source of sulphurous water, the properties of the water were already known in ancient times and it was the Romans who created the first baths, a meeting place and well-being, frequented by local people and numerous pilgrims who every day walked the nearby Via Clodia. The village of Saturnia is today famous all over the world for its thermal baths and for the wonderful Cascate del Mulino, considered the most beautiful free spas in Tuscany. The village of Saturnia, for its part, hosts ancient buildings and monuments of great interest, the Church of Santa Maria Maddalena, the Archaeological Museum, the remains of the ancient Roman columns, the city walls, built in Roman times and fortified during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and the Porta Romana to protect the passage of the Via Clodia.