Villa Vittoria


The hike starts at the parking lot in Montaione, Piazza Gramsci, where you can easily leave your car. We meet there Tuesday at 09.00 o’clock.
The total distance to be walked is around 9km and it will take us approximately around 3 hours. Due to the fact that most parts of the hike are along shady trails, it is even in summertime a good hike also for less experienced hikers. Solid shoes are recommended though.
From our meeting point we start to walk down towards the Egola river, leaving the village behind us, using pathways along olive trees. Once arrived at the Egola Valley, we continue along the river, crossing it a few times and enjoying the peaceful nature surrounding us. During spring and autumn the river runs more water than in summertimes but the special atmosphere and character of this hike remains the same, thanks to the unique flora and fauna of this place. After passing an uphill part we will reach the Roman Cistern, an important archeological site of Montaione, from where we have one of the best views over the village and the surroundings. Another trail through our oaks woods brings us back to the village, and just the last part will be on asphalt before reaching the roundabout of Montaione. From here it’s just another 15 minutes and we are back to our starting point. To round up our tour in the nicest way, we have the possibility to enjoy some ice-cream or cappuccino together in Montaione.
Distance: ca. 9km
Level: Intermediate
Altitude: 260m ▲ und 260m ▼
Duration of the Hike / Walking time: 3h / 2,5h
What you need: Solid Shoes & Sun Protection & Drinking water (1,5l for each person)
Scheduled day: Tuesday
Meeting Point: Piazza Gramsci, Montaione, at 09.00 o’clock
Duration Time: 2,5 / 3 hours
Price: 13,00 € per person (children allowed over 10 years)
Minimum Number of participants: 6
Maximum number of participants: 20
For a good organization we ask you to kindly confirm within Monday at 10h00 N.B. The Excursion will be confirmed or cancelled until Monday at 11h00
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