Picnic Musicali combine naturalistic walks with music, tasting of local food and wine products and awareness of ecology and eco-sustainability.
Tolfa Jazz highlights the various characteristic aspects of the territory: nature, tradition, craftsmanship, food and wine and awareness of ecology and eco-sustainability.
Picnic Musicali, preview event of Tolfa Jazz, represent the perfect combination between jazz and territory; in the splendid landscapes of the Tolfa Mountains, the event offers naturalistic walks, visits to archaeological sites, tastings of typical local products and evocative concerts.
PROMOTION AND VALORISATION OF THE TERRITORY
Picnic Musicali offer the opportunity to visit the most important historical and naturalistic sites of the territory.
The excursions, accompanied by local guides, offer the opportunity to visit the most characteristic places of the Tolfa Mountains: from the ruins of a medieval abbey to the remains of an ancient Etruscan temple, from the paths in the Mediterranean scrub to the wide and green grazing lands. of Maremma horses and cows.
REQUALIFICATION OF THE TERRITORY
In the preparation of the event, abandoned and inaccessible areas are cleared to make them accessible to the community; during Picnic Musicali the reclaimed spaces are transformed into natural theaters, where acoustic concerts take place, and in points of interest to be reached through naturalistic and archaeological excursions.
SENSITIZATION IN RESPECT OF NATURE AND ECO-SUSTAINABILITY
The event takes place in full respect of the environment through energy saving (acoustic concerts, carpooling), use of biodegradable crockery and separate waste collection.
Through the different activities of the day (visit to a local farm, horse ride, outdoor group games, etc.), participants, especially children, live experiences in direct contact with animals and plants, developing greater sensitivity and respect for the environment.
LOCAL TYPICAL PRODUCTS AND TRADITIONAL CUISINE
Participants can taste the best food and wine products of the territory including “l’acquacotta” (typical dish of Tolfa with seasonal vegetables), meat and vegetables from local farms and wine produced by local wineries.