Holiday on Mount Amiata

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How to Get There

Mount Amiata is in the South of Tuscany, between the Province of Siena and Grosseto, surrounded by the valley of Maremma and Orcia.

If you are coming by car, please see the map below. Otherwise you may be interested to book our taxi services.

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Coming from the North

Leave the highway A1 at Firenze Certosa and take the Firenze-Siena towards Siena.

From Florence (150 Km)

Take the freeway Florence-Siena (direction Siena). Take the exit for SS 223 Siena-Grosseto. Continue in SS 223 Siena-Grosseto (direction Grosseto). Take the exit marked Paganico. Follow the signs Monte Amiata.

Or, alternatively, from Siena (80 Km)

Take SS 2 Cassia (towards Rome). Take the exit marked Abbadia San Salvatore. Follow the signs Monte Amiata.

 

From the South

Autosole up to Orvieto, then continue to Castel Giorgio, and then Acquapendente. Get on Cassia towards Siena up to km 147, where you’ll find the village of Ponte a Rigo, turn left towards Piancastagnaio.

 

If you come from the sea

From Grosseto (80 Km)

Take SS 223 Grosseto-Siena (direction Siena). Take the exit marked Paganico. Follow the signs towards Monte Amiata.

 

If you come from the East

Arezzo (90 Km)

Take the Highway A1 (direction Roma) Valdichiana exit. Continue to Pienza. Take S.S. 2 Cassia (towards Rome)

Follow the exit marked Abbadia San Salvatore. Follow signs to Monte Amiata.

 

From Perugia (100 Km)

Take the motorway Perugia-A1 (direction Bettolle). Get off at the exit marked Magione. Continue to Chiusi-ChiancianoTerme.

Take S.P 40 AmiataChianciano-crosspiece (direction S.S.2 Cassia)

Take S.S. 2 Cassia (towards Rome)

Exit to Abbadia San Salvatore. Follow signs Monte Amiata.

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