Santa Caterina Hotel & BikeChianciano Terme Tuscany
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3 reasons to choose Santa Caterina Hotel & Bike
|Healthy and sporty cuisine|
|Easily accessible from the main road|
|Bike storage in a reserved area|
Here you will find all the information you need for your next cycling holiday
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Santa Caterina Hotel & Bike - Infos
Santa Caterina Hotel & Bike opened from March, 1 to November, 30
How to reach the hotel
From Perugia: go in rail 6 Bettolle-Perugia motorway junction, at Bettolle take the A1 towards Rome, exit Chiusi / Chianciano T. From Rome: go in A1 from the airport towards Florence, exit Chiusi / Chianciano T.
From exit A1, go to S.S. 146 in the direction of Chianciano Terme for 8 km., When you arrive in the city, go in the direction of Montepulciano for 2 km., Near Terme di S.Elena, after 100 meters, go to Via Arno.
The best road bike trails in Tuscany
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The best MTB trails in Tuscany
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The hotel is located in the heart of the Valdichiana, in Chianciano Terme, a small village with natural thermal pools at 38 ° open all year round. The hotel is collected and managed by two brothers, Andrea at the reception and Fabio in the kitchen. Their passion for nature, hiking and biking led them to dedicate themselves to exploring a well-known area through different and unusual itineraries, off the beaten track with the addition of healthy and sustainable cuisine. The territory offers not only itineraries among rolling hills, or chestnut woods, but also dedicated paths with the possibility of connections between various internal villages, with visits to winery or mills, with breathtaking views and a thousand dirt roads to hidden places. All this lived throughout the year with the opportunity to taste delicacies and experience Tuscany through the connections with Monte Amiata, the Grosseto area and the Via Francigena.