La Dolce Vita Weekend in the Molise Region

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“LA DOLCE VITA - WEEKEND IN THE MOLISE REGION”

“La Dolce Vita – Weekend in Molise” is a project born out of a passion for Italian cuisine, wine, and culture. Wanting to showcase the authentic Italy hidden in small towns, we offer a guided tour program to the Molise region in small groups of 4-6 people. Bring your friends, acquaintances, family, and…

“Vi aspettiamo in Molise!”

We invite you to a place where you can relax and breathe. Here, art meets nature, and for four generations, the highest quality olive oil has been produced. You’ll engage all your senses, discover the smallest and least known region of Southern Italy. You won’t be a tourist with us, but you’ll be part of OUR ITALIAN FAMILY. Immerse yourself in Italian flavors and Italian culture up to your ears. It’s not a tourist package; it’s an experience that will give you wings, and you’ll feel what real Italian life is. You’ll meet your fellow travelers, with whom you can spend long and warm evenings on the veranda with interesting conversations, wine, singing, and who knows, maybe even dancing!
 
"LA DOLCE VITA"

Every month, we invite you for two extended weekends!

From Thursday to Monday!

THE MOLISE REGION IN ITALY

  • One of the smallest and least known regions in Italy, colloquially referred to as the Italian Narnia. Well-hidden from tourist crowds, literally squeezed between Abruzzo, Puglia, and the Adriatic Sea. The landscape of the region is primarily characterized by enchanting green hills, expansive olive groves, vineyards, and small medieval towns where the true southern Italian “La Dolce Vita” comes to life.

    Here, culinary traditions are also concealed, passed down from generation to generation and upheld to this day in numerous small family farms. Thanks to this, we can discover the authentic flavors of Molise: creamy, melting cheeses, handmade pastas, intense olive oils, and wines from indigenous grape varieties.

"IL GIARDINO" - ARTISTIC FARM
YOUR PLACE OF STAY

  • Accommodation: 4 nights in B&B in double or single rooms, 5 minutes walk from “Il Giardino – Artistic Farm”; Meals twice a day: breakfasts and either lunches or dinners (depending on the program);
    Visits and tastings according to the program; Local transportation;
    Guidance from a sommelier and translator.
  •  The price does not include: Airfare to/from Naples or Bari; Flixbus transfer to/from Termoli;
    Insurance.
  •  Please note:  The organizer reserves the right to change the order of implementation of individual program points.

Destination: Rotello (near Termoli) in Molise

Flight to: Naples or Bari

Price: 620 Euro/person

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During our stay in Rotello, we have some surprises prepared for you:

  • Visit to Morsi & Sorsi Caseificio Rosati – a family cheese dairy specializing in the production of fresh cheeses such as ricotta, burrata, mozzarella, and caciocavallo. In addition to the farm and production space, the family also runs a shop in a nearby town where you can daily taste fresh cheeses accompanied by regional wine or shop for a home aperitivo.

  • Olive oil tasting of “Donna Giulia” from the hosts at Il Giardino.

  • Lunch at Cantine d’Uva vineyard in Larino – a family winery with a multi-generational tradition, modernized in 2001 by Angelo d’Uva. They create wines with passion, love for the territory, and the utmost care for quality. Among their vineyards, you’ll find the indigenous grape variety from Molise – Tintilia.
  • Exploring the old town and relaxing on the beach in Termoli with Luciano.

  • Workshop on making Italian “pasta fresca” with Mama Elena.

  • Visit to the Olive Oil Museum in Rotello.

"La Dolce Vita" in a nutshell:

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              “La Dolce Vita – Weekend in the Molise Region”

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ABOUT US

Daria U Lewandowska

By first education, I am a sociologist, and as far back as I can remember, I have been interested in psychological and social dynamics. For 18 years, I have been running my own educational practice: conducting and facilitating training, workshops, and sessions with individuals in the field of psycho-social competencies. I support people of all ages and at various stages of life. I am fascinated by indigenous cultures and their rites of passage, as well as initiation into living fully in one’s power.

I strive to do what I fear the most. As a graduate of various schools, training sessions, courses, and workshops, I combine my talents by organizing training and developmental workshops. I conduct family and organizational constellations, integrating the knowledge of Gerhard Walper’s School of Silent Constellations with the feminine element and shamanic practices. My power animal is the Jaguar, representing femininity that combines a sense of one’s own power.

On a daily basis, I work internationally, lecture at universities, and I am fascinated by Slavic and Vedic psychology, as well as psychotronics. For many years, I have been on the tantric path, on the journey to my truth and the strength of life. I mainly conduct workshops in the field of business psychology and leadership.

Giulia de Felice

I am an actress and a teacher. Passionate about singing and theater from a young age. I attended the Institute of Music and Art in Molise. I have performed in various musical contexts, from gospel to rock, from pop music to funky. In 2012, I began studying classical singing under the guidance of soprano Wally Salio. In 2015, I graduated from the University of Turin with a degree in Arts, Music, and Performance, specializing in music. I completed a three-year course in music therapy in Turin, focusing on children and disabilities. Since 2013, I have been living in Poland, where I explored the work of Jerzy Grotowski, with a particular emphasis on vocal training. Since 2016, I have been following the Jorge Parente Voice and Body method. In 2018, I graduated with a Master’s in Communication Management from the University of Wrocław (Poland). In 2019, I founded the cultural association “Il giardino,” through which I operate in the Molise region. In 2021/2022, I conducted the project “Teatrando, education on stage” as a teacher, promoted by the Department for Family Policies. In 2022/2023, I led the project “The Adventures of Pinocchio” as a teacher at the Campolieti primary school (Termoli). In 2023, I also participated in a cultural project in India, in the West Bengal region, where I directed a theater residency with local participants as part of a humanitarian project of the Bibhum Sanskriti Bahini association.

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Daria U Lewandowska
ul.Daszyńskiego 55/10
50-310 Wrocław

info@dariaulewandowska.com
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