Hello, I’m Giacomo, your bike manager at Agriturismo Boschi di Montecalvi and I recommend this hotel for
The Agriturismo Boschi di Montecalvi is a bike hotel in the heart of Maremma, Tuscany. This region is a paradise for cycling, thanks to its stunning landscape and mild climate throughout the year.
Located in the marvelous, hilly countryside of Tuscany, this bike hotel is the ideal starting point for a collection of iconic cycling routes suitable for all levels. Expect chilled out rides with no elevation again along the coast, or if you’re looking to climb, you only need to head inland. For route recommendations, just ask Giacomo, the bike manager of the hotel. He can share expert, local knowledge for the best rides, whatever your level of fitness.
Looking to challenge yourself? Then head towards the Gulf of Baratti and Piombino – a landscape immersed in the Mediterranean maquis, offering glimpses of untouched coves that can only be reached by sea. If you want to make the most of Tuscany’s reputation for fine wine, the bike hotel offers bike tours to Petra or the Casadei estate – with the opportunity for intimate tasting sessions. Alternatively, ask for a guided ride toward Massa Marittima, where you can visit the 13th-century cathedral, the Candeliere tower and the famous “arco senese”. Whichever you prefer, at the end of your day in the saddle you can treat yourself to an exquisite dinner at the hotel’s restaurant.
Two-room Apartment Classicfrom € 35 € per night
Located on the first floor, this apartment is suitable for 4-6 people and is equipped with a bedroom with a double and single bed, bathroom and living room with kitchenette and sofa bed
Two-room Apartment Superiorfrom € 40 € per night
Located on the ground floor, this apartment is suitable for 3-5 people and is equipped with a bedroom with a double and single bed, bathroom and living room with kitchenette and sofa bed
Where we are
Loc. Foreste delle Casette 99 - Suvereto (LI)
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How to reach the hotel
Pisa 102 km
Highway Livorno – Grosseto exits Venturina