Albarese | Parco Naturale delle Maremma

Capalbio


Colline Metallifere


la costa Toscana

        Walking along the Tuscan coast

Crete Senesi

        
Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore

        Walking in the Crete Senesi

Grosseto


Manciano


Montagnola Senese

         Walking in the Montagnola senese


Montalcino

Monte Amiata

         Walking on Monte Amiata


Montepulciano

Prato

Scansano

Siena

          Fonti di Siena

Sorano

Sovana

Val d'Elsa

Val d'orcia

          Montalcino

          Pienza

          Sant'Antimo

          San Quirico d'Orcia

          Radicofani

          Walking in the Val d'Orcia


Val di Chiana

         Montepulciano

         Montefollonico


Valle d'Ombrone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 
Walking in Tuscany

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View on the abbey of Sant'Antimo from Castelnuovo dell'Abate [1]

 

Toscana | Galleria di immagini  
     
   
Trekking in Tuscany | Montalcino - Abbazia di Sant’Antimo - Bagno Vignoni

   
   

Casa Vacanze Podere Santa Pia lies on the hills overlooking both the Val d'Orcia and the Valle d’Ombrone. From here you may embark on a culinary and cultural journey through southern Tuscany. Montalcino and the Abbey of Sant'Antimo are only 20 minutes from this extraordinary holiday residence in Tuscany and offer many hiking trails.


From Montalcino to the abbey of Sant’Antimo and Bagno Vignoni, the perfect trail for quiet contemplation

There are many things to do in Montalcino. Hiking in the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage site of the Val d'Orcia is a good choice, and several hikes start in Montalcino. This region is also the epitome of perfect wine country, boasting one of Italy's most famous appellations, Brunello di Montalcino. So a wine tour could be part of your pleasure. Several wineries along the track are open to visit and to taste their products.


Two of the best hiking routes in Montalcino are the walk from Montalcino to the Abbey of Sant’Antimo and the Anello Sant’Antimo, a circular walk starting and ending at the abbey. This itinerary starts at the gates of Montalcino and ends at the large central town square of Bagno Vignoni, occupied by the sixteenth-century rectangular pool of sulphurous water.
The perfect trail for quiet contemplation.


   
   

Walk Montalcino - Abbey of Sant'Antimo - Bagno Vignoni


 
   

Montalcino - Abbazia di Sant’Antimo Bagno Vignoni


Montalcino - Abbazia di Sant’Antimo - Bagno Vignoni - 24 km


starting point
: Montalcino
arrival point : Bagno Vignoni
Lenghth : 24 kilometers (circa)
Zone : Val d'Orcia and the Brunello di Montalcino region
Points ofinterest : Montalcino, Abbey of Sant'Antimo, Castelnuovo dell’Abate, Ripa d'Orcia. And Bagno Vignoni.

 

   

This itinerary starts at the very impressive Fortress of Montalcino. You descend on the southern slopes of Montalcino towards Castelnuovo dell'Abate and the Abbey of Sant'Antimo. You walk along dirt roads, through vineyards and woodlands to the magical beauty of the Abbey of Sant'Antimo.

You are in the midst of some great wineries: the southern slopes of Montalcino comprise some of Brunello’s leading estates such as Poggio di Sotto, Ciacci Piccolomini (Località Molinello) and Uccelliera Di Cortonesi Andrea (45 Localita' Pod. Uccelliera).

A map with some of the most particular wineries on the southern slopes of Montalcino can be found here. Best restaurants in the Montalcino area can be found here.

Lenght 24 km - ↑ 670 m↓ 913 m
Differenza altimetrica 453 m

Scaricare gpx | Download gpx tracks here

In Castelnuovo dell’Abate you can take a bus back to Montalcino. The bus stop is in front of Trattoria Bassomundo.

More information about walking to the Abbey of Sant'Antimo can be found here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brunello di Montalcino


 


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Fortezza di Montalcino, Porta al Cassero

 

Castelnuovo dell'abate, veduta
Castelnuovo dell'Abate

 


Map of the Brunello di Montalcino region | Member companies of the DOCG Brunello di Montalcino

 

Sonnenaufgang in der Toskana - panoramio   Brunello di Montalcino vineti e Monte Amiata   Sangiovese grapes in a vineyard of Montalcino

Circular walk Montalcino - Abbey of Sant'Antimo


 

Brunello di Montalcino vineti e Monte Amiata

 

 

Sangiovese grapes in a vineyard of Montalcino

 

Variarion of this track | Montalcino - Abbazia di Sant'Antimo - Bagno Vignoni (bus station)

 

 

Montalcino - Abbazia di Sant'Antimo - Bagno Vignoni Variation| 26,31 km | 5h 15m 42s | gpx

 

Casa vacanze Maremma

Our holiday house Podere Santa Pia lies on the hills overlooking the Valle d’Ombrone, a beautiful and almost intact valley in Southern Tuscany. And the Val d'Orcia is nearby. Explore the winding cypress roads and architectural wonders around Pienza, Montalcino and San Quirico d'Orcia and immerse yourself in the rhythms of la dolce vita on an unforgettable journey through the Val d’Orcia.

Casa Vacanze Podere Santa Pia is located in the heart of the Montecucco wine region, which borders the Brunello vineyards.


Case vacanza in Toscana | Podere Santa Pia



Podere Santa Pia

Podere Santa Pia

 

Podere Santa Pia

 


Montalcino

 

Montalcino, Panorama   Pieve Santa Restituta, Montalcino   Walking from Montalcino to Sant'Antimo

Montalcino

 

  Pieve Santa Restituta, Montalcino   Walking from Montalcino to the
Abbey of Sant'Antimo
        Chiesa in Villa a Tolli
       

Chiesa in Villa a Tolli

 

Abbey of Sant'Antimo

 

     
Abbazia di Sant'Antimo - 08   Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, Il presbiterio visto dal matroneo   L'Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, il crocifisso dell'altare maggiore

L'Abbazia di Sant'Antimo (Montalcino)

 

 

Abbazia di Sant'Antimo - 42 - Il presbiterio visto dal matroneo

 

  L'Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, il crocifisso dell'altare maggiore [1]

Bagno Vignoni

 

   
Pic-VF4-IT35 San Quirico-Radicofani 06 (Bagno Vignoni)   Bagno Vignoni - Installazione artistica di Carlo Pizzichini   Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini

Bagno Vignoni, chiesa

 

 

Bagno Vignoni, Piazza delle Sorgenti, con installazione artistica di Carlo Pizzichini

 

 

Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini

 

Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini, grotte   A large hot spring as a central town square, that makes Bagno Vignoni unique among all villages in southern Tuscany. Through history, many well-known personalities have taken a bath in this Roman swimming pool, including Lorenzo de Medici, Pope Pius II, Saint Catherine of Siena, and Oscar Wilde.
The pool on the square is off-limits for bathing, but you can take a free dip at the Parco dei Mulini, which is a short walk from the town center. The warm water flows through open channels towards the River Orcia.
The final track of this itinerary runs through the Parco dei Mulini, the perfect place to soothe your feet, as Medieval pilgrims and centuries of tired travelers must have done before you.

Bagno Vignoni, Parco dei Mulini

 

       


[1] Photo by Gervasi, released in the Public Domain.



Walking in the Val d'Orcia

Walking in the Val d'Orcia | Itineraries gpx


Montalcino WALKING TRAILS


Anello Abbey of Sant'Antimo
 | 7,53 km

Anello Montalcino - Abbey of Sant'Antimo | 24,07 km

Walking around Montalcino through the famous Brunello vineyards | 8,61 km

Walking from Montalcino to Sant'Antimo | 10,92 km



The best Val d'Orcia WALKING TRAILS

Walking in the Val d'Orcia | A Walk from Pienza to Cappella di Vitaleta | Spedaletto

Walking in Tuscany | Val d'Orcia

 

 

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