Finding yourself on the Via Francigena you will see ruined castles, mills and chapels. These are symbols of an area that, in many ways, retains its ancient past and popular traditions. Going towards Ponte d’Arbia along the white road, you can admire Siena, sprawled across the hills in the horizon, and Grancia di Cuna, an ancient fortified granary, as well as the other historical attractions along the route.
The churches and chapels along this path complete our itinerary. They represent an artistic heritage that is hard to describe in a few lines and hard to find in other parts of Italy.