Enjoy a scenic active hike in the Tuscan countryside, a little slice of heaven a few steps out of Florence and into Mugello area. Visit a family-run organic farm and experience the Chianti Rufina wine and the extra-virgin olive oil.
Nature lovers can get out and spend some hours hiking in theTuscan hills along silent country roads, through vineyards, olive groves and medieval villages, immersed in a land rich in history, where the EtruscanandRoman people lived in the past.
Halfway through the hike you'll stop at the agricultural estate, meet the wine makers and learn about their own specific methods and approaches to winemaking. You have the opportunity to visit the vineyard, the cellar and take your time to sit, relax and enjoy the wine and extra-virgin olive oil tasting while the owner explains you their characteristics. You have also the opportunity to taste a typical Tuscan light lunch with local meats, cheese and Tuscan bread with extra-virgin olive oil.
Hiking in Tuscany: 6 Km moderate loop hike between Dicomano and Frascole.
You can easily reach the meeting place by train from Firenze S.M.Novella station to Dicomano (about 45 min scenic journey through the countryside). Ask me for the train schedule. Ask me for any information or special request you need.
Active hike in the Tuscan countryside with a licensed guide
Guided tour of the agricultural estate
Tasting of 3 different local wines, extra-virgin olive oil, typical light lunch
Train and bus ticket
Dicomano Train Station
We meet at the train station of Dicomano, a delightful village of medieval origin at the foothills of the Tuscan Apennines.
After a walk through the picturesque streets we get out of the town and immerse ourselves into the tuscan countryside for an active hiking on the Mugello area hills. Enjoy this peacefull land, the views of mountains and valleys, through vineyards and olive groves, stopping on amazing viewpoints with scenic photo opportunities,
The agricultural estate is located on the hill of Frascole, into the Chianti Rufina area, not far from the important Etruscan archeological site, that proves the ancient origin of the cultivation of this land.