Campofelice - Tornimparte
Colfiorito Farm is located a few kilometers from Rome, in the town of Castel Madama, the exact spot where stood two thousand years ago a Roman villa. The town was in fact well known to the ancient Romans, who have left numerous traces as the Claudian aqueduct, and the villa of Horace. The area in which the estate is surrounded by the Monti Tiburtine starts close to Tivoli and opens into the valley Empolitana an ancient landscape, still uncontaminated by the proximity to Rome, and where people are always devoted to the cultivation of olives, the viticulture and sheep. Colfiorito Farm is now a modern farm that continues the centuries-old tradition. The houses, no longer needed for conducting business, were partially restored to offer accommodation to visitors in a calm atmosphere. In past centuries the ancient village of Colfiorito was part of a vast landed property of which the main part, which specializes in olive growing and viticulture, which was the heart, he was detached to be conducted independently. It stretches for more than thirty acres along the sloping hills covered by vineyards and olive trees 5000 trees whose shapes tormented bear the sign of the passing of time. The estate, in addition to the main village, include other buildings, once used to farm families through the old mill, now a mere historical value, it still grinds the stone age and other signs of times gone by. The extension allows the estate to spend time in it so peaceful and relaxing. Alternatively, the surroundings offer many pleasant routes: Lucretili Mountains National Park and the Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo, the medieval village of San Gregorio in Bailer and the surrounding area. Main goal is always where in addition to Tivoli Villa Adriana, memorable testimony to the cultural center of ancient Rome and now summer, is now open to the public the nineteenth-century Villa Gregorian whose paths are developed near the waterfalls Aniene. Recently renovated is the beautiful park of the other century villa at Tivoli, the Villa d'Este and its fountains. Last but not least, the magnificent temple of Hercules in Tivoli key junction of trade in ancient Rome.