- Basic route "Educational farm": € 5.00 Lunch (optional) prepared by the company: Complete Menu: € 10.00 Pasta with tomato sauce, schnitzel, french fries, house sweet, drink. Pizza + drink: € 5.00 - Optional path "The transformation": € 2.00 "Educational Farm" Path (Recommended age: 3-15 years. Duration: 2 hours) A brief theoretical introduction in a room set up with tables and chairs, to give indications on the program, anticipate events and capture the experience that could be more attractive to devote more attention to it. The aviaries: A walk along the paths of the farm: a look at the valley and the volcano up to the first aviaries containing courtyard ovifers, parrots and doves. The farm: Visit to the stables of the horses, to the pens of the cows ... of the pigs, sheep and goats. Together with the farmer we will go to get the hay to feed the animals. The bees: Visit to the beehives and to the nearby vegetable greenhouses. The orange grove: Walk along the orange path, among the trees and citrus fruits to smell and refine the sense of smell. "The Transformations" Path (Recommended age: 6-15 years. Duration: 90 minutes) This path is faced with different approaches depending on the average age of the school group. It is possible to perform only one transformation within the same day on the educational farm. From milk to cheese At the farm, the farmer will show how to milk a goat. At the end of the walk, the schoolchildren will be gathered in a room to prepare a cheese wheel together. At the same time, the classification of origin and aging of the different types of dairy products will be explained. From flour to bread Tables will be set up inside a dedicated room for mixing the flour and the subsequent leavening of the mixture. The bread will then be taken to the oven where an employee will bake the forms prepared by the schoolchildren. From orange to orange juice (only available from January to March) The farmhouse is surrounded by expanses of orange and lemon groves, the citrus fruits harvested are transformed into juices, jams or used in typical local menus. The botanist will show the different citrus families, explaining the life cycle of the plants and insects that gravitate around the flowers. Each schoolboy will be able to pick a citrus fruit. The same, inside a room set up for squeezing, the different juices will be tasted. From olive to oil (only available during the milling period) Each schoolboy will be able to collect some olives directly from the plants and store them in baskets that we will provide. The group will be directed to the "Le Macine" oil mill (outside the structure) to visit the oil mill and appreciate the milling and the end of the transformation process.
NOTE: In case of rain, outdoor activities cannot be carried out for greater safety of the schoolchildren. Alternative proposals of the same indoor value will be proposed