Frasca Borgoluce in Susegana is a dream farm where you can taste delicious products (meat, cheese, wine…) strictly made according to natural, eco-sustainable practices.
A charming location, part of the Borgoluce Estate owned by the renowned counts of Collalto, it was the former set to some of the strongest chapters of the First World War when it was home to Bombardieri del Re, a famous military academy.
After an intense restoration, the farm today includes a cool rustic eatery, where you will feel just like being invited to join the farmer’s Sunday meal.
On the first floor, you can visit the Museum of Trades and Farming Civilization that will allow you to make an extraordinary journey through time from the 19th to the 40s through a path consisting of a myriad of rooms each dedicated to an ancient profession and perfectly reconstructed with furniture, objects and tools of the time.
Owned by the Collalto Counts, the Roccagelsa farm that houses the Frasca, during the First World War became the headquarters of the Mandre barracks from where they operated the valiant Bombardieri del Re. Following the sad events of the conflict, the Collalto family lost the property, then repurchased thanks to the daring discovery of the deed of donation of the lands of the Estate issued by the King of Italy Berengario II which sanctioned the valid right to the hereditary succession.