Fabiola and Giancorrado Fatta are agricultural entrepreneurs who, in 2003, decided to open the nineteenth-century family barn, called Antico Feudo San Giorgio, to the public. Immediately after their marriage, they started building their dreams with the desire to offer authentic hospitality experiences in rural Sicily with care for both people and places.
The impressive structure has been handed down for generations in the Fatta della Fratta family: the “baglio” is a traditional construction widespread in rural Sicily. This building was once the center of agricultural activities. The numerous rooms of the Antico Feudo San Giorgio, which surround the typical internal cobblestone courtyard, are now used to host guests.
Giancorrado, who has always been a farmer by choice, made the transition to organic farming in 1994, a method he believed in right from the start. He has about two hundred hectares of arable land, nine hectares of vineyards, an olive grove, and raises Marchigiana cattle as well as donkeys and sheep. For the past 10 years, he has been dedicated to renewable energy.
Antico Feudo San Giorgio is a place for the soul, ideal for gathering and meeting, but also to go beyond stereotypes, in an area that is still largely unspoiled.