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The natural park of Pietraporciana

From Villa la Foce we take the road running through the woods, with Monte Amiata always in sight, pass through the small hamlet of Castiglioncello del Trinoro with its spectacular view over the valley and then head towards the highest point of the Nature Reserve where one can admire a stunning view of the Val d’Orcia and the Val di Chiana. We then walk down through the beech forest, passing by the visitors’ centre and make our way back along the path running through the woods.

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technical information
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Length:

13,5 km

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Duration:

6 hours

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Level variance:

450mt

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path type

ring

additional information

How to reach the meeting point:

From Rome: Take the A1 motorway in direction of Florence, exit at Chiusi Chianciano Terme and follow signs for Pienza

From Florence: Take the A1 motorway in direction of Rome, exit at Bettolle and follow signs for Montepulciano and then Pienza

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welness-lovers

A plus for anyone who loves holistic practices.

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Picnic

A basket of local delicacies to eat and drink, on a soft blanket under the leaves of a beech tree

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