A PLACE TO BE
“Lucky land, open, which floods and leads to happier people”
That is a quote by Torquato Tasso who, in the sixteenth century, described the village of Gesualdo and Irpinia land. Today this territory preserves the traces of “middle earth” status, border between Tyrrhenian and Adriatic Sea, a place of passage, meeting of goods, people, arts, cultures, history and stories. A vast, uncontaminated and “protected” territory, capable of offering to the visitor with its “good and true” beauty made of landscapes, architectures in balance between natural and human rhythms. A territory of stone and water, of hills, of mountains and wind, in the alternation of the seasons supporting cultural and bioclimatic conditions for the existence of a unique agri-food heritage. Wonderful land that inspires those who live here and who came to visit it.