Enjoy Nature

routes accross inland and shore of tuscany

The areas where I work are mainly in Tuscany, I am particularly passionate about recent history, in particular the Second World War. In Tuscany there are very interesting itineraries that integrate nature and history such as the Gothic line with its museums and bunkers from the Second World War, the military cemeteries scattered throughout the territory and many places linked to memory. The islands are certainly a fundamental part of our region that has always fascinated me, the island of pianosa called the Italian alcatraz for its penal colony, the island of elba where Napoleon spent a period of exile, the island del giglio notorious for the sinking of the transatlantic concordia.

The Cinque Terre are another fantastic portion of our territory between Tuscany and Liguria where we can enjoy breathtaking views and fantastic villages. For mountain lovers we are lucky enough to have the Apuan Alps with the white marble quarries famous all over the world. But also short but very interesting routes such as Monte Ceceri, just outside Florence where Leonardo da Vinci tested his flying machines or Monte Morello, bastion of resistance of the partisans during the last world war.

Obviously, the food and wine aspect that always accompanies our excursions with the possibility of tasting the best wines and typical local dishes is of fundamental importance