:: Tourist itineraries
FIRST TUORIST ITINERARY
, after Scandicci
, SP 98 crosses the wooded hill of Roveta as far as San Vincenzo a Torri
, then take SP 12 for Ginestra
After La Luna, you reach Lastra a Signa. Take SS 67 along the River Arno as far as Montelupo Fiorentino
, from where SP 73 leads to Malmantile. Vineyards
, hills, various arts and crafts, particularly of terracotta are the main attractions of this area.SECOND TUORIST ITINERARY
SP 4 leads to Montagnana
, where you should take the Via di Romita, passing through San Quirico in Collina
, San Pancrazio
Join the main road SS 2 and go as far as Tavernelle V.P.
and Barberino V.E.
The itinerary follows SP 49 in the direction of Marcialla
, where SP 79 leads to Montespertoli
, and then descends to Baccaiano.
This road especially lets the visitor appreciate the gentle Florentine Hills with their vines
, olive groves
THIRD TUORIST ITINERARY
in the direction Galluzzo
, at Tavarnuzze, after Certosa, you proceed on SP 69 for Impruneta
, then head down SP 70 for San Gersolè, coming back onto the original route again.
Proceed to Grassina, Ponte a Ema and then on to Bagno a Ripoli. Then towards San Donato in Collina
where you take SP 89 as far as Bombone. Then turn off onto SP 90 as far as Rosano
, returning eventually to Florence
After crossing the River Arno, SS 67 leads to Sieci
, where you turn towards Molin del Piano, going up to Vetta le Croci
. You return to Florence via the historic centre of Fiesole
. This charming route is rich in vineyards, olive groves, cottage industries, and historical sites.
FOURTH TUORIST ITINERARY
Starting from Rignano sull'Arno
, passing through San Clemente
, you reach Sant'Ellero, from which the road rises to Donnini, San Donato in Collina
and eventually Reggello.
From here you head for Figline V.no
, and then follow SP 16 in the direction of Ponte agli Stolli. Follow SS 69 as far as Incisa Valdarno, from which SP 1 takes you back to San Donato in Collina
, rejoining itinerary 3.
This road lets you savour the delights of the Arno Valley from both sides, an area rich in traditional agricultural products
and cottage industries.