By bike in the Etruscan Archaeological Park of Vitozza

Hiking trail among the archaeological finds of Tuscany, in the Etruscan Archaeological Park of Vitozza
  • Travelling time: 4 hours

  • Difficulty: Hard

  • Why we love it: Etruscan archaeological cyclotourism

  • Length: 30 km

  • Total Elevation Gain: 600 m

  • Way to travel: By bike, on foot, on horseback, nordic walking

  • Cost: 0 €

  • Our Advice: Only for experienced cyclists

The starting point for this cycling route is the beautiful Sant'Egle organic farm, an aco-friendly accommodation that is committed to the conservation of biodiversity.

Sant'Egle Organic Farm, Toscana

The route winds through the Etruscan Archaeological Park of Vitozza, between canyons, rivers, valleys, Etruscan cave. Depending on the season you can see extraordinary blooms of wild orchids, violets and cyclamen. Many wild animals animate this track and it's easy to catch sight of them. In the first section, the route is rather challenging, then it become easier and easier.

Bike route in the Etruscan Archaeological Park of Vitozza
Photo by Helena via Flickr