The route starts in Manciano on the SR74 in the direction of Pitigliano, heading downhill until the bridge over the River Fiora, from where the road moves back uphill until you reach Pitigliano, about 6.5 km after Santa Maria delle Grazie. After this cliff-side town, continue downhill for 1.2 km, then uphill again for 800 metres. Here, leave the SR74 and hop onto the SP4 towards Sorano, which you will reach after about 9 km along an easy road. From the centre of Sorano, take the SP22 downhill.
After crossing the bridge, climb up the SP22 for around 2 km. When you come to the plateau, you’ll start back downhill in the direction to Sovana(note: the last 2 km are quite steep). After Sovana, head towards San Martino sul Fiora, passing by an archeological area with the tombs of Ildebranda and Cavone, dating to the Etruscan era. After about 7 km, and after taking the bridge over the River Fiora, this is where you will start the uphill road to San Martino sul Fiora. Continue to Catabbio(ignore the exit on the right to Semproniano) and take the SP10 “Follonata” toward Capanne, which then descends to Saturnia.
After passing the crossroads to Saturniaand its spas, go uphill on the SP10 until you come to the SP159 near Montemerano. Turn right down to the bridge over the River Albegna, where the gradual and beautiful hill up to Scansano begins. From the centre of the town, move downhill along the SP160, which passes through Peretabefore arriving in Magliano in Toscana.