The Al Giuggiolo (The Jujube) agritourism is located in the near vicinity of the Ostellato Wetlands and of the naturalistic reserve of the Po river Delta park. Conveniently lying within a short car drive from Ferrara and the Lidi Ferraresi (Ferrarese seaside), the establishment comprises a 28 hectares (69,19 acres) estate surrounding a colonic house recently remodeled.

The main building offers 6 rooms for a total of 15 beds, and features all modern comforts while retaining its original aspect. The advanced construction technologies used in the remodeling ensure a pleasant level of comfort in both winter and summer. The agritourism comprises a 5000 square meters (1,23553 acres) fully-fenced park with ornamental plants and fruit trees. Hospitality and the possibility to relax in an oasis of tranquility couples with the vicinity to all essential services.

A bike path, immersed in the countryside, allows pleasant bike rides or walks starting right from the entrance of the property.

The Agritourism is well connected to the cities of Ferrara and Comacchio, and to the Ferrarese seaside (Lidi Ferraresi), through the highway, the state road, as well as via public transport. The territory in which the estate is located, boasts a stunning naturalistic and landscape beauty: the Ostellato Wetlands, the Comacchio Wetlands, the Campotto Wetlands, the salt-works of Cervia, the Classe pine-wood, very interesting also for the characteristic fauna and flora. Historical and art/architecture points of interest are: the Mesola Castle, the Abbey of Pomposa, The Estense Delizie (delights), the historical donwntown of the cities of Ferrara, Comacchio, and Ravenna. In the nearby Ostellato Wetlands there is also an important Observatory. Sport tourism is also well catered for: fishing, hunting, equestrianism, archery, canoeing and excursions on boats. We also remind that from March to November, a number of events are held throughout the region: cultural events, historical reenactments, concerts, shows and sport events, village fairs, Sagras (local festivals, very often involving food, and frequently a historical pageant and sporting events), degustation events (events centered on local food or wine products).