Just past Molin di Bucchio, on the right, a dirt track branches off, passing through a group of hamlets such as Serelli and Vallucciole. The road continues into the forest until it ends at Pantenna where you must leave your car. From here you can go for walks towards the Lago degli Idoli, Capo d’Arno, Il Falterona and Monte Acuto. These places have been famous since ancient times. Indeed, when the Etruscans crossed this part of the Apennines, they would throw small, bronze, votive statues into the Lago degli Idoli as religious offerings. Capo d’Arno, which Dante writes about, is the place where, among beechwoods and shady forests, the stream that becomes the Arno flows.