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Published on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Life-enhancing holidays guaranteed - antidote to mass tourism

New green natural all-inclusive wellbeing holidays unveiled - rambles, authentic accommodations, spa treatment, cookery course, wine and food tastings, all meals including local tasting menus - included!

A new kind of all-inclusive holiday has been unveiled - a truly green option - the antidote to mass tourism.

Based in the hilltop village of Longiano a new kind of holiday is set to offer a truly local experience provided by local individuals and businesses.

Clients will stay for 7 nights in local four star agriturismos such as the Aloggio San Girolamo and the Locanda della Luna where they will be guaranteed not only great views and superb comfort in style but also great local produce and a truly local experience.

Each day a plan of guided walks will be created, depending on the seasons, to explore the changing scenery, the beauties of the nearby villages and the different festas in the area.

And each day, planned menus - all created from local produce - will be prepared and served in different superb local restaurants such as Dei Cantoni, dei Frati, and Lucchi.

A half-day cookery course, followed by lunch will be included at Casa Artusi 'The Best Cookery School in Italy" followed by a visit to, and winetastings at, beautiful hilltop ancient wine town Bertinoro, where there are over 40 superb vineyards.

One special walk will include the ancient pine forests between the salt-city of Cervia and Leonardo da Vinci's seaport of Cesenatico where, naturally a superb fish dinner will be served to round off the day.

And a half-day thermal spa treatment will be provided at a local spa such as Fratta Terme.

The object is to deliver a life-enhancing, personal experience for each visitor so that each may benefit from the region's stunning natural world in the form of its produce, its health giving qualities, its pure air and the warm hospitality of local people.

It's simply the antidote to mass tourism.

Transfers will be included from Bologna train station/airport, other lengths of stay are available - arrivals are weekly from March 2015.

Prices include: 7 nights bed and local breakfast, transfers as specified, all meals, with good local wine and/or soft drinks, walks, cookery course, thermal spa, wine, food and olive oil tastings, services of a local host - and, of course, life enhancement! Personal extras such as coffees and drinks not with meals are not included.

Depending on the seasons and the visitor's room requirements, inclusive prices will start at $1200, €1100, £750 - not much to pay to have your life and your spirit given a brush-up!

All bookings are treated personally, Further information from [email protected]

Where is it?

Between Venice and Florence, the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea - Romagna is known as the 'Heart of Italy'. Authentic, natural and much less touristy than many other Italian destinations, Romagna is known throughout Italy for its warm hospitality, the quality of its local food and wine, its stunningly beautiful countryside, its hundreds of fairytale hilltop castles and its major cities of art.

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