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ATTENTION: In this list you see the hosts that reflect your research and you can get an idea of the hosts present in WWOOF Italia. Their name and contacts are only visible to members. By joining WWOOF Italy and paying the membership fee of € 35 you can get in touch with your chosen farm and organize your trip and your stay with them.

Campania

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We are a group of friends, managing an eco-sustainable farmhouse, with 3ha of green park, Olive trees, vineyard, organic vegetable garden and woods. We also have a hen-house that gives us daily fresh bio eggs. We can host not more than two woofers. We prefer having sigle woofers, not couples. The farmhouse owner Salvatore lives in the farm, as well as Marco, his right hand;) Often other friends come to help, like Rosaria, dog lover, nice and friendly girl. Our woofers will help us in daily work: pruning trees, vineyard and organic garden maintenance, cutting grass, taking care of hen-house, cleaning, give food to hens. We will have lunch and dinner together, cooking typical Italian tasty dishes or you can cook your own favourite food, as well. We prefer a vegetarian, healthy diet. Our woofers will sleep in a cozy wood house, inside the farmhouse green park. Bathroom, showers are in the main farmhouse, as well as kitchen. In summertime we have also sun-heated showers outside. After our daily working duties, we will have free time to visit surrounding places, like the beautiful medieval town of Sant'Agata de Goti, or having a bath in the healthy thermal waters of Telese Terme. Visit Napoli is also possible. Train Station connects to Caserta city and Napoli. Our mission is to promote eco-sustainable tourism, respectful of nature and environment, for people looking for a peaceful environment, far from city busy life. We want to promote also holistic activities like yoga and meditation.
We are Gino, Nanà and our 3 wonderful daughters. We live in the rolling hills of the province of Caserta near the Matese massif, in Alvignano. We moved here from Naples 15 years ago, deciding to embrace a simple, clean territory, immersed in a flourish of genuine and hospitable people who have helped us to be today a quite unique reality of rural hospitality and multi-functionality. We raise Sardinian donkeys (also many other animals) that are the hub of many activities: teaching, trekking and pet-therapy (onotherapy) ..and care for the land and our gardens collaborating with the surrounding farmers. We offer various educational activities: an educational garden (from seeds to fruits), the garden of perfumes with medicinal herbs, food transformations: from bread making, cheese-making, production of jams, winemaking, ... to the olive harvest, products and by-products of bee-keeping (from honey to propolis, from ointments and candles ..) from traditional music to folk dances, from creative talent, to the rural clown ... We have a few hives but there is always work ... even with only 5 beehives. We run summer camps in summer, we produce an excellent red Pallagrello (autochthonous vine) wine and an excellent organic oil. We speak Neapolitan, Italian, Spanish, a little bit of English and French. Accommodation is provided in a space completely independent of our living area but adjacent to our house which consists of consists of a room with several beds (about 8) a kitchen and bathroom.
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This is a rural contemporary family project aiming towards self sufficiency. It has been going since 1991, and we run courses and workshops (for schools and associations etc) about rural ecological education, the use of wild aromatic herbs, water cycles, natural, artistic bread making etc. We have 2.5 hectares of land, use only natural methods and have a synergic vegetable garden. We grow 'Casusedda di Pruno' and 5 other ancient varieties of wheat. Activities include trekking with 9 donkeys. We have a workshop and Laboratories on construction with chestnut poles, stones, straw bales, lime and clay. We have a project 'Ciucciopolitana' with the donkeys, trekking along the paths of the Cilento and promoting communication and solidarity for high quality organic produce from the sea to the mountains. Accommodation in caravan or in own tent during busy periods. Stays of at least three weeks preferred, children welcome (our girls were born in 2002 and 2003). Languages spoken a little English and Spanish. Train to Vallo della Lucania or Sapri and from there bus to Rofrano on weekdays.
The farm produces honey. My name is Filippo I live alone, but occasionally Maria, my mother, comes to help me. We own both the apiary and the honey extraction laboratory. This is our main activity, together with the CRA research center we run an experimental field for the production of autochthonous raspberries and buckwheat. Here we are distant from the great arteries of communication, with almost uncontaminated views of the Cilento Vallo di Diano and Alburni National Park. We are based in San Rufo. We strongly believe in the effectiveness of word of mouth both for the enhancement of the territory and its excellent products. We have a double room with single beds to accommodate anyone wishing to participate in a cultural exchange: the processing of honey in our honey extraction laboratory, raspberry harvesting, are activities that take you back in time. In our free time our guests will have the chance to visit an area rich in landscape, architectural and gastronomic treasures. We do not speak foreign languages therefore it could be a good prerequisite if you are learning Italian.
A house surrounded by countryside with a vineyard, and a beautiful wood that envelops everything! Situated 13 km from Naples central station and 10min from the bus stop the house consists of 3 rooms (1 is reserved for guests) and a shared bathroom. I, Anna, have lived here since 1974 with my cat. Heating and hot water is provided by the wood-burning fireplace. There is a vegetable garden which is grown for self-production, and all other needs are is bought at zero Km. Lunch and dinner are shared and meals are organic & vegetarian. I eat meat also occasionally. I would like help with cultivating the vegetable garden, weeding, harvesting wild herbs and to collect firewood.
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Welcome to the low Irpinia halfway between Avellino and Salerno, near the park of the Picentini mountains. The village is called Montoro. We can accommodate in an apartment with a room and private bathroom, no more than two people at a time (heated in winter and cool in summer). No smoking in the house. The rather large house has a front garden and a family vegetable garden in the rear, other land that I manage and cultivate is located several hundred metres away from the house. There are numerous fruit trees, in particular hazels, cherries and citrus fruits; a dozen hens that we use only for eggs and ducks that help keep the grass cut. Most of the cultivated products are destined for self-consumption but during periods of abundant harvest we sell in local markets which sell produce at KM 0. Length of stay: from one to three weeks. Communal meals consist of mainly local food (we are not vegetarian but welcome vegetarians). Languages ​​spoken: English in a discreet way (but I'm getting better). In your free time I can accompany you on excursions in mountains that I know well, or alternatively a few kilometres away you can visit the city of Salerno, the excavations of Pompeii, the famous sanctuary of Monte vergine, even Naples is easily accessible by public transport. I have always enjoyed traveling, visiting and getting to know places and therefore I would be able to advise you well but my greatest pleasure would be to accompany you personally in discovering the local beauties; obviously this possibility is limited to the free time I have available. My name is Francesco and I usually take care of the cultivation and harvesting of vegetables and everything else, but I work actively with local farms in order to also exchange produce.
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This house is a former 1800 residence in which I have lived for 6 years with my dogs and cats. It consists of three self-contained apartments of which 1 is dedicated to hospitality and looks onto a common courtyard. Agricultural work is carried out on the land adjoining the house and the olive grove nearby. The garden is 3500 square meters of which 500 is garden and the rest has fruit trees and is located in the flat area (50 m of lm) behind a hill adjacent to the Partenio park. The 1 ha olive grove is located on the hill at an altitude of between 100 and 200. I take care of the garden. I started to manage this space from my passion for home grown food (I have a large family) and friends. With the excess produce I started participating in the local GAS (buyers group). From the beginning I have used only natural techniques and this spring we started to grow vegetables using synergistic methods and carry out treatments on the fruit trees using macerations of various plants. We work together with other other willing people and hope to have olive oil next year. The house, courtyard and garden are open to various social activities.

A new activity here is researching into and the use of herbs. We organize walks in which you identify and collect herbs which we use in the kitchen and for preparations. We are currently renovating the basement to set up a space dedicated to the preservation and processing of herbs.

The house represents the centre of the activities we carry out, all of which have a single objective: the valorization of the rurality of the high Amalfi Coast. We are located in Montepertuso, 450 meters above sea level, in the heart of the terraced agricultural area in the municipality of Positano. Our activities involve visitors in real educational days dedicated to the knowledge of a rural world which is at risk of extinction due to the enormous tourist speculation that this territory is a victim of. You will be involved in our production processes which mainly include the harvesting and processing of wild herbs and a small production of native horticultural varieties. Last year we started breeding chickens and bees on a small scale. We host in a single room with shared facilities, 1 guest at a time. We speak English and Italian. English is the language we use most in our educational activities.
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Our little group is located in the ancient walls of the medieval fortress of Roccarainola of the 1400, at the centre of the village, well served by public transport. The high walls are cantilevered on the landscape of the province and the Gulf of Naples. The garden of 2000 meters with terraces in the rock reminiscent of the ancient remains of the castle which it borders directly adjacent to the  Partenio park. We harvest wild herbs and collect wood for the oven in which we cook pizzas, cakes and bread using ancient varieties of grains that are grown organically in nearby land. Our family is also composed of two dogs and cats and chickens. We have a synergic vegetable garden, use green building techniques and love popular music, make musical instruments, dance, songs and tarantella tammurriate, participate in rural pageants and festivals, as well as in markets. We intend to reclaim the land, participation in active citizenship, no-GMO, we do meditation with others. Accommodation in a tranquil and panoramic room.

This small community run enterprise is not really a conventional farm. We are an experimental community of about 5 resident people. We live in a wood near to the town of Sessa Aurunca. There is a good train service to Naples (45 mins). We have 2 has of land with olives, vineyard, vegetable garden, animals, fruit trees, a campsite and a good spring for our water. We practice subsistence farming using synergic and natural methods. We have animals. In 2008 we started the Movement della ragnatela, CasaCuma. Along with others we are promoters and supporters of “Campagna per la Piccola Agricoltura Contadina & Genuino Clandestino, Movimento di Resistenza Contadina". We can host several WWOOFers in comfortable accommodation. You can help us with: 1) Tasks in the house 1) with the agriculture, we do not use machines  2) making preserves  3) artistic crafts and juggling 4) Collecting and cataloguing seeds 5) seminars on self sufficiency 6) Local organic markets 7) Permaculture projects 8) baking bread 9) harvesting wild herbs for culinary and therapeutic use 10) Sharing. We speak English and German