4 reasons to choose Salvapiano Holiday Ranch
|01.LocationIn the heart of the Val di Cornia, an area that allows all cyclists to experience numerous itineraries.||02.Montesolaio WineryWe are wine and oil producers and our tasting room is the perfect place to conclude an excursion.|
|03.The ideal place for relaxingEnjoy a dive in the pool and having a dinner in our restaurant. Comfortable holiday place also for non-bikers and families.||04.Tuscan landscapeMedieval villages, gentle hills by the sea, or the more challenging internal hills, suitable for more experienced cyclists.|
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How to reach the hotel
Pisa Airport (90 km).
From North: Highway A12 Genoa-Rosignano Rosignano exit, continue on the SS1 Aurelia towards Grosseto-Roma, exit at Vignale-Riotorto, towards Livorno – Venturina on the SP39. After about km. 3 on your left is Salvapiano. From the South: Aurelia towards Civitavecchia to Rome – Grosseto. Head towards Livorno on S.S.1. Aurelia Vignale Riotorto exit, towards Livorno-Venturina on the SP 39. After about km. 3 on your left is Salvapiano.
Road tours nearby the hotel
The Val di Cornia is a top cycling area located on the Tuscan Coast, it is chosen by professional teams from all over the world. After a few km of warming-up, you can decide to cycle a mid-level rise such as Campiglia Marittima and Sassetta or to climb uphill towards Monterotondo M.mo or Monteverdi both with a 6% average. Beginners as well as bike-lovers can ride along many kilometers of flat roads to Bolgheri, San Vincenzo or Follonica. There are different distances, from 40 to 120 km, covering routes across the provinces of Pisa, Livorno and Grosseto.
With the MTB you can discover the enchanting beauty of the Maremma, rich in Natural Parks enclosed between sea and hills. You can lose yourself in the tracks of the Promontory of Piombino and Populonia.
At the end of the day you can enjoy your evening tasting the local productions of food, wine and olive oil. Our staff will suggest you new bike ride every day, through the multicolored land of Upper Maremma.