The centre of Seggiano was built in the early 10th century as a possession of the abbey of Abbadia San Salvatore, on the slopes of Mount Amiata. The area is perfectly suited for a pleasant stroll up to the hill, surrounded by noble olive trees and enriched by the open air contemporary exhibition by the artist Daniel Spoerri.
The summit of Monte Labbro, inside the namesake Reserve, an area which is of great interest from cultural, natural, environmental but also religious point of view.
Because of its unique position and geological features, Amiata has always been a special place already at the time of the Etruscans that used to worship it as the Mother Mountain. In fact, there are 13 areas that are protected in order to preserve their environment, flora and fauna.
Visiting “Vetta Amiata” (Amiata summit) is for sure an experience to live. You can reach the Amiata summit and enjoy the magnificent, widest view in Central Italy.