A special exhibition showcasing the entries to an ‘artisan craft’ competition. The competition is divided into two sections, general artistic craftsmanship and this year, a special section dedicated to “Wood and Weave.”
All works will be exhibited on 18 and 19 May 2013 at the Museo del Fiume in Nazzano, with the prize ceremony taking place at the craft market on the same dates in the streets of the village of Nazzano.
This food festival, in the town of Configni (map) will be celebrating the Prugnolo mushroom (called St. George’s mushroom in English because it usually appears in the England around April 23rd), and wild asparagus.
The mushrooms and asparagus will be collected from woodlands surrounding the village, cooked with ‘Stringozzi‘, (a type of local pasta), and served alongside other local dishes including lamb, chicken, broad beans and wild chicory, all cooked according to local traditions and accompanied by local wine.
This sagra, from Saturday 25th – Sunday 26th May 2013, is a must for gourmets and nature lovers looking to experience Sabina’s landscape, culture and gastronomy. Food stalls will be open from 19.30 on both days, and also at 12.30 on Sunday.
The Prugnolo / St George’s mushroom. Photo by Polandeze
From 7.30pm in the medieval village of Tarano in Sabina, on 1st June 2013, there will be La ’sagra della lumaca biologica laziale’ - A Sagra (food festival) of organic snails from Lazio. The snails will be accompanied by complimentary wine!
Every year, in the last weekend of June, the village of Vacone celebrates the Sacra Vacunae, an historical re-enactment dedicated to the Goddess Vacuna and ancient Rome. Over the three days of festivities you will be able to taste local wines and sample ancient recipes, and discover crafts and local gastronomic delights all in the setting of the picturesque village of Vacone. There will also be parades, games and fireworks.
Friday 28th June – Sunday 30th June 2013, from around 19:00 – 22/23:00 The full programme can be found here.
We can’t imagine a more idyllic setting for a relaxing yoga holiday in Italy. With its gentle pace of life, beautiful countryside, and fabulous weather and food, (and at just 50km from Rome), this yoga retreat in stunning Sabina is the perfect location for peace and tranquillity. Surrounded by swaying olive branches and the sounds of the Sabine hills, this is truly one of the most unforgettable ways to immerse yourself in nature in this beautiful part of Italy.
Sabina yoga retreat, Friday 4th October 2013 – Tuesday 8th October 2013
Santo Pietro di Coltodino, 02030 Fara in Sabina, Italy (View on Map)
The yoga retreat includes:
- Accommodation at the beautiful Santo Pietro Farmhouse in double rooms
- Delicious home-cooked meals, with wine
- Tea and biscotti
- Italian cooking lessons with local chefs
- Morning and afternoon yoga with experienced teacher Målfrid Sand. (Instructions in English)
Price: 670 Euros
Travel and transfers not included
To register your interest for the yoga retreat, contact Målfrid Sand: email@example.com
For enquiries about the Santo Pietro Farmhouse in Sabina, contact Cristina Corradini: firstname.lastname@example.org