Tour Monte Amiata
We start from Saturnia in the direction of Catabbio we head towards Semproniano, continue the climb to the summit, we descend slowly towards Abbadia San Salvatore continue a long descent towards Sovana, just before arriving at the bottom you take the road towards Catabbio and Poggio Capanne until you return to Saturnia.
Saturnia Bike Center - Via delle Terme 5 - 58014 Saturnia GR
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Part of the municipality of Manciano, it stands on a travertine plateau at 294 masl in the hinterland of the Maremma Grossetana. The main resource is thermal tourism. It’s home to the famous Terme di Saturnia with sulphurous waters that flow at a temperature of 37.5°C and have renowned therapeutic properties.
The main thermal waterfalls are the Cascate del Mulino, located near an old mill.
The southernmost village of Monte Amiata, of medieval origin, located around the remains of the Rocca Aldobrandesca.
A town with mainly agricultural activity, surrounded by chestnut, Turkey oak and hilly meadows. A town nestled in a particularly panoramic area overlooking the Maremman hills.
It is located about 6km from Roccalbegna in the direction of Monte Amiata, located 767 masl above a rocky hillock, in the foothills of the Maremman hinterland.
Surrounded by green woods, Abbadia San Salvatore is one of the most beautiful villages in Monte Amiata: a town with a truly unique charm, which has preserved its ancient traditions, where time seems to stand still.
A town in the Municipality of Semproniano, located in the hinterland of the hills of the Maremma Grossetana, between the valleys of the Albegna and Fiora hills
A small hamlet in the municipality of Manciano, Poggio Capanne is a small village in the hinterland of the Maremma, near Saturnia and its famous hot springs. Built in ancient times as a village for shepherds and farmers in the vicinity of the famous Saturnia, the town took on an important role only in the 1500s, when the most important church and historical buildings were built.