The Agriturismo

The History

Our family’s working farm, which has been operating for generations, today is certified as “Sapori di Campania,” meaning “Flavors of Campania.” A few years ago, we – the Caseria family – renovated the farmhouse built by our grandfather in 1940, and we designated it for use as a holiday and educational farm, and it is registered with the bulletin of educational farms n 188 section A.

The agricultural activity of about 40 hectares is represented by the cultivation of wheat and hay, vegetation, and small groves. The business center is made up of a livestock shelter for approximately thirty cattle, of different geneology, and which is flanked by a breeding of thirty sheep.

There is a mini-cheese factory, located inside the building for agritourism activities, where we produce our award-winning caciocavallo “Castelfranchese”, and other typical cheeses of Castelfranco in Miscano, including mozzarella and ricotta, both for sale and direct consumption on site.

Agriturismo Caseria has:

4 private rooms, each with a bathroom, and can accommodate a total of 12 people,
a reception area, a large dining room, to be able to enjoy lunch made in the best local tradition with attention to everyone’s needs, and which can also be used as a conference room,
and ample parking for cars and vans.

Agriturismo Caseria produces its own cured meats and vegetables, but mainly [its award-winning] caciocavallo that is worked and spun strictly by hand with cow’s milk. Caciocavallo is a cheese that holds the secrets of a long-standing Castelfranco tradition. Agriturismo Caseria also produces fresh mozzarella, bocconcini, and ricotta.

The typical local cuisine is composed of: homemade pasta (cicatelli, tagliolini, gnocchi, and lavanelli), fagioli (beans), spezzato (a veal dish), panunto (bread grilled with bacon or pork fat), pancotto Castelfranchese (a bread soup), and a wide selection of country meats cooked on the grill. Typical desserts: mustaccioli (Neopolitan cookies), sfogliatelle, and sbriciolata (a ricotta crumb cake).

A farmhouse built in 1940, a passion and a farm that has been handed down for generations

Agriturismo Caseria is located approximately 5 kilometers (3 miles) from Castelfranco in Miscano, an authentic Italian village located in the province of Benevento in the Campania region, 10 km (6 miles) from the nearby villages of Faeto and Montefalcone di Val Fortore, and approximately 13 kilometers (8 miles) from Roseto Valfortore in Puglia, which has been named one of “I borghi più belli d’italia” (one of the most beautiful villages of Italy) by the Italian Tourism Council, and where you can cool off in the summer months in a beautiful pool located at the site of an old mill.

The nearest cities are Benevento and Foggia (Puglia), which are each about 45 kilometers (28 miles) away. Naples is about 2 hours away and Rome is about 3.5 hours away.

Agriturismo Caseria is conveniently located equidistant from both the Amalfi Coast and the Adriatic Coast.]

Agriturismo Caseria is built mainly in stone and located in a hilly mountainous area 913 meters above sea level, immersed in the greenery of the Monte Tufara forest with beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding bucolic countryside.

A small path through the beauty of the woods leads to an ancient fountain “Acqua Sulfurea” and a small pond.

We pride ourselves on our warm hospitality and the quality of our traditional products.

Moreover, Agriturismo Caseria collaborates with the Museo della Civiltà Contadina di Montefalcone di Val Fortore, il Museo delle Civiltà Franco Provenzali di Faeto, and L’Osservatorio di Ecologia Appenninica di Roseta Valfortore.

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