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Exploring Chianti: Trekking among vineyards, medieval villages and Tuscan tradition

Get ready for an exciting journey through the heart of Tuscany: Chianti. This captivating region is renowned for its hilly landscapes, endless vineyards, lush olive groves and charming medieval villages.

And what could be better to explore all that Chianti has to offer than a trekking adventure?

Here are the 6 new CAI (Italian Alpine Club) trails for the Greve in Chianti area

Pesa da Panzano loop, on the crests of Borro di San Martino. Trail 434

A particularly panoramic itinerary on the slope of the Pesa which looks south-east. The route takes place on white roads between vineyards that descend from the Panzano ridge to the river.

Lamole ring through the park of Monte San Michele

Long but not difficult route that allows you to see the castle of Lamole, the church of San Michele and with a small digression, you can reach the panoramic top of Mount San Michele 893 m.

Ruffoli ring, between forgotten streets, an enchanted village and the remains of a solitary cross

An interesting route that allows you to cross the characteristic medieval village of Ruffoli coming from a new route, the small valley of Borro di Richiari with the hidden quarry for stone extraction. But equally interesting and different are the great panoramas that can be seen climbing towards the ridge of the Chianti mountains.

Montefioralle and Montegonzi ring. Through one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Trail 425

A simple but rewarding route that will take us from Greve to the ridge between the Greve and the Pesa passing through the characteristic and renowned village of Montefioralle, formerly an ancient fortress whose ancient urban structure is still evident.

Ring of Uzzano. In the footsteps of Niccolò da Uzzano passing by the Convertoie.

Non-binding itinerary that has the imposing castle of Uzzano as a reference. Route with interesting glimpses passing through places rich in history such as the Convertoie.

Casa al Monte ring, towards the sources of the Greve

A panoramic route that embraces the sides of the two main rivers of Chianti: the Pesa with its streams and the Greve in its highest recessed stretch. Grazing glades, vineyards and oak and chestnut woods characterize the path.

During the trekking in Greve in Chianti area, you will immerse yourself in breathtaking landscapes, characterized by vast expanses of vines that extend to the horizon and lush forests that will make you feel in touch with nature.

In addition to its natural beauty, Chianti also offers a rich culinary and wine tradition. Along the way, you'll also have the opportunity to visit charming medieval villages, each with its own unique history and atmosphere.

Be ready to live an unforgettable experience, immersed in the natural beauty and Tuscan tradition of Chianti.

Discover the magic of this enchanted place and let your spirit of adventure guide you along the paths of this extraordinary region.

Before embarking on any excursion, make sure you are adequately prepared, wearing suitable clothing and footwear, bringing sufficient water and food, and informing someone about your route. Also, check with local guides or the CAI to get up-to-date information on trails and weather conditions.

Take a moment to pause during your adventurous trekking in Chianti with our delightful picnic basket!

We have thought of everything to ensure that your lunch is both delicious and convenient. Our basket is filled with Tuscan delicacies: fresh sandwiches with local cured meats and cheeses.

Additionally, we provide you with a selection of refreshing beverages, such as Chianti Classico wine or water, to complement your meal.

With our picnic basket, you can enjoy a flavorful lunch surrounded by the beauty of Chianti, refueling yourself for the rest of your exciting trekking adventure.

Reserve your picnic basket today and make your trekking experience in Chianti even more memorable!

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