From the centre of the village, a windy asphalt road descends to a bridge over the Albegna, proceeding in the direction of Saturnia. After following it for some time, you will likely arrive and tread through the fields at the source of the Straits of Albegna, the most evocative in the Maremma, where you can even swim in summertime.
In Fibbianello, a small farm overlooking the Albegna, botanical enthusiasts can admire a real and proper gem- the biggest olive tree in the Amiata, a thousand-year-old giant, 22 metres tall and able to produce 800 kilograms of olives with every harvest – also known as the Olivone of Fibbianello.
Parallel to the Albegna, the Fiora flows toward the south, the most renown waterway of the Maremma slope. Its valley is more rugged and imposing compared to that of the Albegna, and its water is heavily reduced due to purification at the source. Westwards, the valley is dominated by the limestone cliff of Cellena, with its namesake village situated at the base.
A windy narrow road offers a nice view of the centre of the town, bringing you shortly to the village of Rochette di Fazio, another small gem in the Amiata region. With its old houses dominated by the stump of the Aldobrandeschi Fortress and defended by an imposing limestone wall, Rochette deserves an attentive visit. In the residential area, there are the Porta del Castello, Palazzo Pretorio and the Ospedale di San Bartolomeo, established in 1330.
Along a stretch of the Albegna river there is the Bosco Rocconi Nature Reserve with its rugged and wild nature, high rock walls and caves, such as the “Crepaccio Rocconi”. The WWF Bosco Rocconi Oasis is included within the Reserve.