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Montaione and its territory “easy”

Request a quote This is a simple and relaxing tour that can be completed without any effort even by those who ride very rarely. You will be accompanied by one of our expert guides and, safely, you will ride in a constant up and down along paths and country roads to discover the natural, historical and artistic beauties of the territory of Montaione. 3 hours (for a total of about 15 km) will be enough to discover the secrets of this

Montaione and its territory

Request a quote A cross-country style tour also suitable for less experienced riders where you can ride safely, so we can show you the natural beauty that surrounds us. Starting from Montaione we will face the single track of Poggio all'Aglione, then head towards San Vivaldo to visit the quaint Holy Mount with its chapels, the church and the monastery. Then we continue in the direction of Tonda but first we will face two single tracks in the woods of Corbezzolaia

Mtb ride at sunset in the nearby of Montaione (Sanctuary of Pietrina)

Request a quote Starting from Iano, a small village in the territory of Montaione, we climb on a paved road up to San Vivaldo. From here, we will go through the Holy Mount of San Vivaldo with our bikes and admire the church, the convent and the chapels. They are real jewels of art and architecture we suggest to visit when you have more time. We continue uphill for about 2 km up to take the gravel path leading us to the Sanctuary of Pietrina. This small church,

Mtb ride at sunset in the nearby of Montaione (Poggio all’Aglione)

Request a quote Starting from Iano, a small village in the territory of Montaione, we climb on a paved road up to San Vivaldo. From here, we will go through the Holy Mount of San Vivaldo with our bikes and admire the church, the convent and the chapels. They are real jewels of art and architecture we suggest to visit when you have more time. We continue uphill for about 2 km up to take the gravel path leading us to the Sanctuary of Pietrina. This small church,

The Valdelsa and the hills of Castelfiorentino

Request a quote This river, which gives its name to the valley, at 63 km long is the 5th longest river in Tuscany. Originating from Montagnola Senese near Sovicille (west of Siena), and winding through the towns of Colle di Val d'Elsa, Poggibonsi, Certaldo and Castelfiorentino, it eventually meets the Arno river a few miles west of Empoli near the border between the provinces of Florence and Pisa. After crossing a bridge over the river Elsa, we traverse the rolling hills

Montespertoli and the wine road

Request a quote If you want to know more about the history and culture of wine in Tuscany, you cannot miss this tour; a journey through the scents and colours of the countryside, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and vineyards, where they produce high quality wines such as the Chianti di Montespertoli Docg. Shortly after the departure, we will make a brief stop at the Wine Museum of Montespertoli, where we will know closely the history, culture and traditions of the wine of this region. Then we will continue riding our bikes passing in front of the

From Montaione to San Gimignano through the Via Francigena

Request a quote The Via Francigena is an ancient pilgrimage 1600 km long, connecting Canterbury to Rome. In the tenth century, pilgrims from every part of Europe walked this road to go to Rome to visit the tomb of the Apostle Peter, and then to continue to the Holy Land. On this trip, retracing the same steps of the pilgrims on the Via Francigena, we will live a unique experience on a journey between history and faith in the silence and

Bike Ride through the Hills of San Gimignano

Request a quote San Gimignano is the undisputed star of this excursion, a medieval village that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to the characteristic architecture of its historic centre. On this tour we will create a ring, pedalling up and down the hills of San Gimignano, in the vineyards of Vernaccia, the olive groves and rows of cypress trees, without ever losing sight of the 16 towers of the world's most famous medieval hamlet. After a pleasant ride on

San Gimignano and the Castelvecchio Nature Reserve

Request a quote This route runs entirely inside the Nature Reserve of Castelvecchio, a large wooded area of about 700 hectares of limestone hills, which at 600 meters above sea level, dominates the landscape to the west of San Gimignano. You will be in awe of this imposing landscape. After leaving San Gimignano we go into a rich Mediterranean forest of dense beeches, oaks, cypress, pine and sycamore trees. The fauna includes wild boar, fox, hare, deer and many birds from

Toiano, the forgotten village

Request a quote A trail in classic cross country style, very smooth and easy to do that will take us to the village of Toiano in a forgotten place and almost out of this world, but rich in charm and history. Our tour starts from Sughera - a small village in the municipality of Montaione - then head to Collegalli and from there descend into the valley of the river Chiecina. We will climb up to Collelungo, passing in front of

Volterra and the old railway line of Saline

Request a quote From Saline you see the river Cecina, awesome with its crystalline waters, and then you start the climb to Volterra along the wooded Nature Reserve of Berignone, a challenge for even the fittest riders. Cycling on roads that run through the rolling hills of Volterra countryside, we pass the village of Mazzola that stands on top of a hill, and continue in the direction of Volterra. Once in Volterra, we will be taking the entrance of what was

Monteriggioni end the Montagnola Senese

Request a quote Monteriggioni is located on the top of a hill, which overlooks the plains and the hills all around .It is one of the few examples in Tuscany, and in Italy, of a walled medieval town whose walls - where 11 towers out of the original 15 still stand out - has remained intact to this day. The fortified walls of Monteriggioni or "Mons Regionis" dating back to 1214 were built at the behest of the then “Podestà” of

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