Sustainable living and learnings pottery making.
a holiday to learn!not suitable for those seeking the luxury or amenities.I offer and you will find the essentials to live with respect for nature.we will live together, travel together and become friends!
One shared place,shower sink and bidet inside the home,Wc toilet outside for respect and recycling for nature.Day program: learning pottery making 3 hour.
cooking and eating together.Please read carefully home rules below.
True Rural countryside living and pottery workshop.
Food and workshop materials are included in day price.
We eat like a country man do!
Here you can't find a restaurant menu,
I will help as would any friend
Simple and comfortable house shared space,well equipped with all necessary to living in armony with nature.
Adgang for gæster
All my space are yours.
Kontakt med gæster
I'm 24/24 at your service see my home rules,
i'm offering my friendship to learning pottery making and to exploring with my help all the beautiful things you want to discover.
Andre ting, der er værd at bemærke
Be accepting my hospitality you You must be sure
that you will adapt to a country life
it is normal to find a spider
or a cricket jump into the pot
you must adapt to the rules for the bathroom
because we do composting
we laugh all the nature
we only use plain soap
We do not scatter in the land gallons of useless things
our rural area is very hot in summer
Here you do not need the air conditioner
but peace in the spirit
Ingen omtaler (endnu)
Denne bolig har ingen omtaler. Hvis du bor her, vil din omtale være synlig her.
Hi all! My name is Marco, and clay is in my soul.
I've been making pottery since 1997, specializing in hand-thrown ceramics; hand-carved lamps, lanterns and home decor; majolica (tin-glazed) and Mediterranean pottery; medieval reproductions; and the Etruscan black pottery technique (Bucchero).
I make my ceramics with love and passion: pottery is my life. I live in the ancient region of Italy once called Etruria (now known as Tuscia), a region once populated by the complex and enigmatic Etruscan peoples who pre-dated the Romans. So much of Italian culture originated in this powerful, rich landscape which is the source of great inspiration for me.
I live in the countryside where I make pottery, care for my olive trees, and occasionally make pecorino cheese (with the help of local sheep)!
I lead a simple but full life.
Thank you for reading.