Water and canyons take centre stage in the Bosco dei Rocconi reserve, which covers 130 hectares in the municipalities of Semproniano and Roccalbegna. Fewer watercourses could be cleaner than these, banked by organic farms and woods that date back thousands of years.
You can take various hiking routes through the reserve, but you can also cycle and even travel by water, in groups and on request. Those who want to make the most of the regenerative silence of nature can explore the so-called valle dei rapaci (valley of birds-of-prey). The cliffs here support many different species of venatorial bird species, which you can look at from an observatory, along with many other animals. Benches and picnic tables can also be found.
Do not miss out on the experience of bathing in the fresh, clear waters of Sasso Rosso; nor should you pass up a chance to walk along the shadowy paths that lead you to the orchid and butterfly garden. Here you will find two small pools, with a wealth of insects and amphibians that belies their size.
Finally, just to make your visit even more magical, wait until sunset before taking the route back.