Who we are


Il Borgo San Pecoraio

It all began in 1980 when, together with my family, I bought the farm San Pecoraio and little by little we transformed it.

The origin of the name "San Pecoraio" intrigued us so, after some researches, we learned that, already in 1750, there existed an old Borgo San Pecoraio which included the Church of San Bartolomeo, a cemetery and a small village.

In addition, as we can see from the map below, there was also an Etruscan road that linked the various settlements.

 
mappa del settecento

Ancient map #1

Antica mappa

Ancient map #2

Antica Mappa #3

Ancient map #3

It all began in 1980 when, together with my family, I bought the farm San Pecoraio and little by little we transformed it.

The origin of the name "San Pecoraio" intrigued us so, after some researches, we learned that, already in 1750, there existed an old Borgo San Pecoraio which included the Church of San Bartolomeo, a cemetery and a small village.

In addition, as we can see from the map below, there was also an Etruscan road that linked the various settlements.

Mancuso Michele

 
staff picture

Before...

Dopo

After...

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Today...

 
staff picture

Staff...

Dopo

Family...

staff picture

Staff...

Not only summer season...

In September or in October, with a fine weather, you can go for mushrooms...

 
funghi

mushrooms...

Dopo

mushrooms...

Join olive and rowanberries harvest... And participate to the grape harvest too...

 
Olive

Olives...

Sorbe

Rowanberries...

Sorbe

Rowanberries...

Vendemmia

Harvest...