Podere Doganelle, a farmhouse in Grosseto, is located in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma at the foot of the green hill of olive trees that rises to the medieval town of Giuncarico.
The panorama opens onto the cultivated fields of the Grosseto plain, ranging up to the foothills of the Maremma Park.
In Doganelle, nature lovers can spend an unforgettable holiday relaxing under the trees of the swimming pool and garden or experiencing magical moments during walks with the farm’s horses.Ask a free quote Book and prices
Farmhouse with a riding school
The farmhouse has a small horse-riding stable in the Tuscan Maremma.
We can take you on pleasant walks in the Maremma countryside or arrange full-day horseback excursions. Even for beginners, you can approach the world of horse riding by following individual or group lessonsFind out more
Through the collaboration with local realities, we can arrange guided tours in the most famous Trail Area of the area: from Massa Marittima to Castiglione della Pescaia both groups of e-bike friends and families can enjoy a mountain bike or e-bike excursions in nature.Find out more
In the apartments, obtained from the renovation of the old oil mill and from the old farmhouse that housed the workers of the company, you can relive the simple life of the peasant Maremma because the atmosphere is that of the past with handmade terracotta floors, chestnut beams exposed and stone finishes.
Pool & Services
Relax in our swimming pool completely immersed in the silence of the Tuscan countryside, surrounded by a green lawn and fully equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas.
The swimming pool (6 x 12m) is open from May to September.Find out more
Podere Doganelle purchased by Orlando Pazzagli in the early 1900s is located in the heart of the Maremma and has ancient origins. It owes its name to the ancient customs house which, located there, controlled the traffic of salt in the Middle Ages.
It is currently managed by Giulio and Tommaso Bocci, Orlando’s great-grandchildren.
The Tuscan farm has an extension of 115 hectares, mainly cultivated with wheat, sunflower, tomato and alfalfa, with a centuries-old olive grove.
The oil produced and sold directly is a high-quality extra virgin olive oil, obtained from the pressing of olives of the Frantoio, Moraiolo and Leccino species