Anyone have a suggestion for agritourism in the Volterra area? Looking for a place that is willing to offer cooking classes.
There are a few properties listed at Agriturismo.com for Volterra. Booking.com has 19 properties listed, including some farm accommodations. The area around Volterra is very beautiful and we loved visiting the city. Tuscany is a very agricultural place, however the farms are often very small by U.S. standards. Virtually every farm in the area have apartments and rooms for secondary income. There are hundreds and hundreds of places to stay between Florence and Volterra. You can also find many places to stay around Certaldo and San Gimignano that may actually be a more centrally located than Volterra.
You can also Google "agriturismo" and come up with more websites and rooms.