"Eat, it is to incorporate a territory"
Rio Coverino is just outside the town of Civita Castellana, in the province of Viterbo. The agritourism stands on the ruins of an abandoned potash mine, known locally as “The Gunpowder Magazine”. The whole complex has recently undergone extensive renovations and now has two swimming pools, one for children and an 18x8 metre salt water pool, together with a restaurant and fifteen rooms for guests. Rio Coverino is an eco-friendly resort with heating supplied by locally-produced hazelnut shells and PV panels for generating electricity. The air-conditioned rooms all have ensuite bathrooms with showers and are furnished in a chic, country style. Cots and additional single beds for children are available on request. For total privacy there is also a suite on two floors. The public areas of the agritourism include a large living room with a fireplace and the ample spaces around the swimming pool. Free wifi is available for all guests. The large estate offers guests country walks and interesting archaeological sites.