When this adventure began, we immediately said that we would not be easily satisfied.
We stated that the project would have only made sense if we gave it a great, inclusive purpose. The OPs are born as a cooperative tool and guarantee the competitiveness of the operators in the sector, they establish the guidelines to be followed and, in some way, they trace the path by making the individual members stronger on the market.
However, this cannot be the sole purpose of our OP, by Domitia Felix.
We feel as if we’re all part of the territory and we are convinced that the land and everything that comes from it must be understood not only as a consumer good but also as a shared cultural value. We see that corporatism not only makes producers stronger but also promotes a synergistic exchange between those who produce and those who live in the territory.
A new development model is possible and it is validated through the respect for the land and its ethical use; it’s expressed through the search for the quality of the entire system. We are convinced that this is a determining factor: quality must be a concept that underlies not only the product itself, but the entire production process; it must be a virtuous path that takes into account every single step and never forgets that there are men and women who take part in this process and consume the final products.
Yes, a new model is possible and we want to try, with you, to make it solid and fruitful starting from the wisdom of the traditions and looking towards a future made of cutting-edge technologies, innovative ideas and genuine products.
This is an adventure that concerns all of us and speaks of a healthy and conscious consumption; an adventure of integration, culture and genuineness; a story that makes health its beating heart.
TheSan Sebastiano rock cave is a cavity of tectonic origin developed on the southern slopes of Mount Massico which delimits the northern sector of the great tectonic depression of the Graben Campano. Thanks to excavations of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" that exposed the remains of the fauna and lithic artifacts in stone and flint it was possible to document an intense and continuous prehistoric attendance of the slopes of Mount Massico.
In the Agro Falerno, on the south-eastern slopes of the carbonate relief on the Mount Massico and between the municipalities of Mondragone and Carinola, you’re able to see some sub-circular valleys, some of which are completely hidden by the anthropic action. These valleys can be traced back to sinkholes, and we’d like to remember the Fossa Barbata, the Fossa del Ballerino and the Falciano Lake.
Once I was in Sinuessa, the Via Appia turns right to avoid the marshes and became the foothills and right towards Capua. Like every other consular road, there were numerous funeral monuments along the way. In the section between Mondragone and Falciano (GPS: 41 07'48''N, 13.56'15''E) it is possible to enjoy the Torre del Paladino (Tower of the Paladin) which is incorporated in a private property in via San Paolo, in the locality of Ciaurro in Falciano del Massico (CE).