I am looking for a similar agriturismo as Cretaiole, but they seem to be really popular, I imagine due partly to Rick Steves. None the less, they have a one week minimum in summer. Can you think of a hidden gem (not that you would want to give away your secret on a public forum, but...) that is similar in the Tuscan region? I would actually prefer if it was a smaller atmosphere but did like that they have a lot to do with the kids-- lots of farm animals to play with, pizza making lessons, etc. We are a family of four with two boys 8 and 10. Meeting other kids and a pool is a plus! Thanks
Tuscan agriturismo similar to Cretaiole
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