A leap into history and nature walking along the banks of the Arno and on the hills where the castles that dominated and controlled this evocative stretch of this fundamental waterway that gave life to the beautiful land of Etruria and where Leonardo one of his most brilliant and famous sons found inspiration for the background of his most famous painting. Walking together we will not only discover the fascinating history of these places but also the splendid nature and the precious biodiversity enclosed in the Regional Nature Reserve of Ponte Buriano and Penna.
Starting point: Ponte Buriano Natural Reserve, Arezzo (vedi link su maps).
Meeting point: Ponte Buriano Natural Reserve, Arezzo.
Costo: € 5.
Points of interest: Riserva naturale Regionale, Ponte medievale di Buriano, Castello di Quarata, Monte sopra Rondine, fiume Arno
Difficulty: E = Escursionistico
Length: 15 km D+ 250 mt
Included: Guide (Enrico Mencherini)
Not included: Lunch, transfert
Suggested age: 12+.
Advice: it is recommended to bring an adequate supply of water (at least 1 liter) and possibly something to eat for the small intermediate stops.Dress clothing suitable for the season and weather conditions: rain cape (gore-tex is better), waterproof trekking shoes with sculpted sole.