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Beauty around every cypress lines road corner. Don’t miss this area and make sure you google where it is or a route to take as there are certain roads that are nice and others which are stunning. Don’t miss this for anything. Make sure you...More
The scenery is quite nice, and it is worth the trip but... unpaved road would be a gross overstatement, you will definitely need a 4x4 jeep not an SUV, very narrow, steep, slippery can get you in trouble before you realize.
The reserve is mostly known for the famous road which, bordered by cypresses, rises zig zag up the hill.
But not many know that this road is a modern creation, by the architect Cecil Pinsent, who over the years 1920-1930 created it as a scenic...More
If you want to show someone the heart of Tuscany, a drive or walk through here would be the way to go. It doesn't get anymore Tuscan than this. Everywhere you look, every turn in the road gives you a quintessential view of Tuscany. Accept...More
I have now visited this are for the 3rd time and it is a photographer's dream. Everywhere you look there is a fantastic landscape waiting to be photographed. The time taken driving around this area will always be well rewarded.
We like to walk, even in the heat. The roads in Lucciola Bella are tough to walk on, suprinsing you with loose rocks and slipping stones. BUT - the scenery is amazing, true true Tuscany. And you will meet sheep, sheepdogs (do not run, just...More
This is an outstanding natural reserve featuring those peculiar geological formations "Calanchi" and "Biancane", badlands to be precise, which stem from deposition and erosion phenomena.
You can freely walk throughout the reserve and explore it. This lunar landscape will remain with you forever.
I searched for this road on Google maps before travelling to Italy, checking all the roads until I finally found the spot. I searched "Zig Zag Road in Tuscany" and from the descriptions I was able to look for it. . It was very rewarding...More