A world of miners and lumberjacks, a fertile land that brims with over 1,300 types of plants and is home to largest beech tree in Europe. An ancient volcano, worshipped by the Etruscans as Mount Olympus, is the heat source for the therapeutic thermal springs. Mount Amiata, “the mother of mountains,” is a mysterious and ancient land, a green landscape in the summer and snowy white in the winter, dotted with villages that preserve forgotten traditions. Here, the past is not only worth praising but a concrete reality to be experienced everyday.
Visit the lonely mountain that divides Maremma and the Val d’Orcia and prepare to discover an unforgettable, enchanted world, but be careful: it’s an addicting experience. Here is a two-day tour to discover its treasures.