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Il Podere di Marfisa

A magnificent and familiar establishment

Il Podere di Marfisa, a Wine-Resort with SPA in Lazio.

It covers over 20 hectares in the splendid setting of Tuscia Viterbese, 380 meters above sea level and on the border with Tuscany. From its gentle hillsides you can see the Tyrrhenian Sea and breathe its breeze, surrounded by the property’s vineyards and olive groves, in the lush greenery of the countryside between Farnese and Ischia di Castro.

Immersed in an oasis of peace and tranquillity, our guests at Il Podere di Marfisa can enjoy an experience of well-being and relaxation.

Far from city noise, smog and daily stress, Podere di Marfisa is the ideal place to rediscover the perfect balance between body and mind. Here our guests can appreciate the stillness of silence, savor the taste and genuineness of zero kilometer products, relieve stress by relaxing in the SPA of the Wine-Resort, walk around the estate between nature and vineyards and breathe the pure air, now so rare in big cities.

Podere di Marfisa is the perfect place for wine lovers.

Here they can taste and buy the products of our Terre di Marfisa farm. All wine enthusiasts can book a visit to be accompanied on the sensory and gustatory journey of our production, between the vineyards and the cellar, with the pleasant involvement of all your senses.
In summer, our guests can enjoy the summer swimming pool equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas, do outdoor activities and excursions to discover Lake Bolsena and the surrounding medieval villages in Farnese, as well as dedicate themselves to body care with wellness treatments in our SPA.

In the evening in our Osteria Unicorno restaurant we will delight you with our local proposals paired with our own wines, in a refined and informal setting, while during the summer you can have a romantic candlelit dinner on the terrace overlooking the pool.


The Terre di Marfisa logo originates from the heraldry of the Farnese family and in particular from the figure of Giulia Farnese (1475 -1524), sister of Alessandro, future Pope Paul III. Giulia often had the unicorn depicted in her palaces, a symbol of wisdom and purity, strength and loyalty. A coat of arms with a unicorn can be seen in the Rocca di Farnese, while the frescoes depicting it in the Palazzo Farnese in Carbognano (VT) are better known.