Exciting hike at the gates of the Val Bisenzio, an itinerary that will allow us to learn about the contrasts and beauty of this valley and its highlands, a true journey through time.
We will admire the particular ecosystems of the Acquerino-Cantagallo Nature Reserve by crossing wooden bridges over a river stretch of the Rio la Nosa, among "bozzi" and "sponges," yellowish travertine concretions that contrast with the predominant alberese. We will walk along the ancient path of Tabernacles, an up and down path immersed in chestnut groves that will give us wide panoramic views of the Bisenzio Valley.
We will visit the village of Case Lavacchio and then reach Foce ai Cerri where we will witness the spectacular meeting of the waters that "seems" to delineate the birth of the Bisenzio River.
We will stop in a scenic farmhouse nestled in the green woods of the Bisenzio Valley. There is a one-hour stop, packed lunch or optional refreshment not included, to be paid directly to the commercial establishment.
On the way back, we will not fail to admire the famous "Street of Nativity Scenes" in Migliana, an event that colors and animates the hamlets of the village every year with characteristic cribs, a real joy for the eyes.
The highlights we will visit in this proposal:
- The village of Migliana with its cribs
- The forests of the Acquerino-Cantagallo Reserve
- The Springs of the Bisenzio River
The tour will take place on Sunday, December 18, at 9:00 a.m.