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An ancient map noted already in 1822 a settlement called "Casetta della Concia" at the feet of the village of Giuncarico, between the "Way by Castiglione della Pescaia to Siena" and "Torrent Sovata": The house, currently a art-historical building, underwent expansions in the following 100 years until 1927, the year in which the family Amadori settled there first as tenant and then as owner. Nonna Rosina ran the farm in person until the age of 94, then went to Papà Giovanni's management that, almost ninety, passed it to me (Serenella). Today the building, nicely renovated and furnished with old family furniture, is our home and, since 1994, is home to the farm. In recent years I have directed the company following the idea of environmental sustainability, growing crops with very low chemical input . We also pride ourselves of our  happy 20 years old olive trees which have never been exposed to a phytosanitary treatment.  The product found in our kitchen are coming directly from our land, beside the biological olive oil produced by our trees, we use eggs given by our very happy chicken raised in total freedom. We also have a passion for wild herbs that are used in our homemade special delicacies. We are currently working our way towards energy self sufficiency and zero CO2 emissions, thanks to the installation of solar panels and of a reforestation of our land to increase biodiversity. Our great environmental awareness is one of the main feature that distinguish our Agriturismo. Our goal  is to mantein and perpetuate rural tradition and share our respect for the nature with our guests. We choose to be different from those country hotels that offer facility such as TV, room fridge, swimming pools and artificial green lawns that are not typical of the Maremman landscape. We choose to  be different from this impersonal way of handling tourists. At la Concia our guests are not clients, they become part of our home and farm during their stay and as such we try to share with them our culture and the beauty and richness of our land.