The perfect home base for your family vacation in Rome.

We love vacation in the city and vacation in nature. However, our favorite thing is when we can harmoniously combine both. Sometimes enjoying the city life and sometimes the idyll of nature. At Madonnella Agricola, a wonderful agriturismo near Rome, this dream of a vacation becomes a reality.

Just a 40-minute drive separates you from the Piazza di Spagna in Rome to the organic farm Madonnella Agricola. The two artists and hosts Mariangela and Giulio found their place to expressed their love for the Nordic simple lifestyle.

The agriturismo near Rome is truly unique. A garden with a natural swimming pool that seems endless, where in summer you will be served the first coffee of the day under olive groves and the children will run around happily. Better than in a fairy tale!

This place couldn’t be more opposite to the bustling city and that’s what makes it a true oasis.

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Rooms – quiet and natural, the perfect balance to the city

Each room has its style. Natural materials such as wood, clay and lime are mixed with comfortable furniture, soft textiles and art paintings by Giulios. For families the Japanese Suite with a spacious wooden terrace is perfect. Highlight for eyes and soul is the large, gray Japanese-style bathtub in the suite’s bathroom. The cottage in the forest perfectly accommodates large families. There are up to 7 beds! Here you can listen to the birds in the forest and the evening still sit forever on the veranda and enjoy the peace.

Vegetarian Food – organic, homemade and directly from the farmer’s field to your table

The quality and origin of the food play a truly big role at Madonnella Agricola, the agriturismo near Rome. Mariangela grows most of the plants in her garden and processes them while they are still fresh into vegetarian taste sensations for the palate. She uses other products such as cheese, bread, and wine exclusively from small producers in the area, all of whom she knows personally. This makes every dish, whether in the morning for breakfast or in the evening, a feast!

Surroundings around the modern agriturismo near Rome

All roads lead to Rome, so a visit to Rome is part of a visit to Madonnella Agricola. In no time at all you will be out of the hectic city and back in your sheltered nest, where Mariangela is already waiting for you with a delicious dinner.

But it doesn’t have to be Rome, around the corner you will find pretty villages that are so authentic, as they can only be outside of tourist attractions, nature parks and beautiful lakes. “Dolce far niente” – the sweet idleness in Italy can hardly be imagined more beautiful.

Extra tip: If you want, you can book a massage and take a bath in the outdoor whirlpool during the cold season.

This enchanting place promises joy in abundance and is the haven of tranquility families need when visiting the city of Rome.

Via Femminamorta 99
00123 Roma


  • Use of exclusively home-grown regional vegetables and fruit.
  • From Old to New: resource-saving renovation