The working of clay for the production of jars, amphorae, bricks and tiles has a very ancient tradition in Italy.
The municipal and parish archives of Impruneta and the State Archives of Florence preserve a number of documentary sources showing how the production of terracotta, from the 15th century until today, has characterized not only the economy, but also the social life of the territory of Impruneta and has become the founding element of a specific culture linked to this material.
You will have the opportunity to visit a kiln and discover everything about the production of the red bricks.
The tour will continue with a visit to a farm that produces extravirgin olive oil. Here you will have the chance to taste "the green gold".
The price is intended per person.
The meeting point will be in Impruneta (exact place to be confirmed).