A stay on an ‘educational’ agro farms, particularly for children, can be a good opportunity to, for the first time in their lives, come into contact with farm animals – to milk a cow or to pet a goat. But also adults may experience something uncommon and take part, for instance, in building unique hotels for insects.
A stay in the countryside teaches respect for nature and taking care about it; it shows how important biodiversity and the preservation of the natural landscape are.
Children will also get their share of the thrill by churning butter, making cottage cheese, grinding grain in a
quern or simply waiting for the bread they made to be taken out of the oven. They will also get to see the
traditional hand-press in use. Adults can admire the carefully renovated windmill and the smithy.