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$2434.48 Walking & Biking Tours

Hills and Sea Bike Tour

Day 1 SienaArrival in Siena with own transport, welcome from the staff.Presentation of the trip, preparation of bikes, welcome drink and then dinner at Medieval Monteriggioni Castle.Day 2Siena – Chianti Hills Loop. 65 kmThere is no better way to get in touch with this extraordinary region, than start our unique tourwith a cycling day through the famous and breathtaking Chianti Hills.These rolling hills are famous all over the world for their delicious wine.We’ll start our day pedaling towards Radda in Chianti.Our road will be an easy and constant ascent, surrounded by a lot of vineyards and pristinenature.After leaving Radda in Chianti we head to Castellina in Chianti, when we arrive in the villagewe’ll take a delicious capuccino to recover energy for our last effort, coming back to Siena.A typical acclaimed restaurant is waiting for us to close this unforgettable first day. Day 3 Siena - Volterra 78KmStarting from Siena, crossing small hillside villages and with a view of the castle of Monteriggioni on the way, we reach Abbadia a Isola, which was an important stop along the Via Francigena, the ancient route that in medieval times connected Canterbury to Rome.Pedaling, we reach San Gimignano at 324m a.s.l., in the Val d'Elsa, a small medieval town whose many towers, still intact, dominate the landscape. Finally, we arrive in Volterra, an ancient town with over 3,000 years of history. Situated in the province of Pisa, Volterra is considered, with its Acropolis, its surrounding walls and its "gates" to the historic center, one of the Italian municipalities that has best conserved its Etruscan origins.Day 4Volterra - San Vincenzo 80 KmWe leave from Volterra, with our road bikes, after an excellent breakfast to ride through a small hamlet, Saline di Volterra, famous for its salt water springs and for salt production. Through Pomarance and Montecerboli, important areas for the development and utilization of geothermal energy, up and down through historical villages such Sarezzano, Monteverdi Maritime and Doronatico we arrive at our destination: San Vincenzo.Day 5/6 Portoferraio - Portoferraio 60.6 Km Elba islandAfter breakfast and transfer by ferry from Piombino to Portoferraio on Elba Island we leave to explore the island by road bike. Green oasis of the Tuscan archipelago, Elba island is a mixture of beaches and cliffs, terraces overlooking the sea, villages perched on the hillsides with magnificent colors, flavors and fragrances that give the impression of visiting places where time has stood still.Day 7 SienaBreakfast and transfer by minibus back to Siena.

$100.36 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours


Departure time 09.45 AM from “Porto Santo Stefano”. Return time 06.30 PM with two long stops at the islands.A day dedicated to the discovery of two of the pearls of the Tuscan archipelago: the island of Giglio and Giannutri. Ideal places for lovers of the sea for its beautiful beaches and coves. Nevertheless, thanks to their clear waters are recommended for diving enthusiasts. For fans of guided tours, don’t miss the visit to the village of Giglio Castello, ranked among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Enjoy a full meal of fish comfortably seated inside a eco-friendly cruise.  Lunch on board included: first course (risotto alla pescatora ), second course (fried squid), dessert, wine, water

$97.96 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours


Depart at 9:45 AM from Porto Santo Stefano to discover two of the pearls of the Tuscan archipelago, the islands of Giglio and Giannutri. Explore a place ideal for marine lovers and divers alike. Don’t miss the visit to the village of Giglio Castello, ranked among the most beautiful villages in Italy. See Giannutri, a small paradise with no cars or roads and no major tourism structures, in fact still dominated by the low Mediterranean scrub with its colors and scents. Villa Domizia was built in the first half of the second century A.D. by the Enobarbi, the imperial family that owned Giannutri. They spared no expense to build this residence with a breath-taking view of the coast. Then visit Giglio island, characterized by its mainly granitic ground and by the typical Mediterranean vegetation, in part formed by man with terracing to allow cultivation of vines and olive trees. The coast, high and steep, is also generally jagged and interspersed with many rocks and a few bays. On the east side, see the coves of Porto, of Arenella and Cannelle, to the west see the long and wide beach of Campese. Enjoy a full meal of fish comfortably seated inside an eco-friendly cruise boat before you return at 6:30 PM.

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