Campania is the region of Italy where Buffalo Mozzarella (Mozzarella di Bufala Campana) comes from.
The areas where this delicious diary product is made, are the province of Caserta and the “Piana del Sele” – South of Salerno – near Paestum (a famous archaeological site).
This tour caters to those who want to visit the famous archaeological site of Paestum and taste the Buffalo Mozzarella in the farm where is made.
I chose the best diary farms in the Paestum area and designed the following full day tour: the Buffalo Mozzarella tour.
Buffalo Mozzarella Tour: the stages
Mozzarella di Bufala Campana
The tour starts from your hotel, early morning, headed to a diary farm where you will learn how water buffaloes are raised, and all the steps to make diary products like Buffalo Mozzarella, ricotta, and provolone from milking to the finished product.
The archaeological site of Paestum
The next step will be the Archaeological site of Paestum. The driver will take you to the site, where you can pay a visit to the ruins of the former greek city of Poseidonia, renamed “Paestum” by the Romans.
If you want we can book for you a professional guide, to assist you (please let us know in advance).
Right in front of the main entrance of the ruins, you will find the Archaeological Museum of Paestum. The museum is divided in three sections: Prehistory, Greek and Roman ages.
After your visit to the archaeological site, the driver will take you back to the diary farm with the possibility to have a tasting lunch at their restaurant based on the diary products they make and their produce from the local organic garden.
After lunch, we’ll take you back to your hotel.
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