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Directions

Alpe della Luna Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • By car, you can easily reach Alpe della Luna from the north (Badia Tedalda), the west (Viamaggio Pass), or the south (Sansepolcro). If you come from Arezzo, you can head for Sansepolcro (SP 73) and from here go ahead to Montagna and Germagnano up to the Visitor Center or, alternatively, go ahead towards Aboca, Viamaggio Pass or Badia Tedalda (along SS 258) and choose one of the several opportunities offered by the path network. You can also easily reach Sansepolcro from the toll-free motorway E45. SITA bus lines connect Arezzo with Sansepolcro and go ahead to SS 258, with stops in Aboca, Viamaggio Pass, and Badia Tedalda.


Alta Valle del Tevere - Monte Nero Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • The Reserve lies a few kilometers in the north of Pieve S. Stefano, a town situated along the toll-free motorway E45 connecting Perugia with Cesena. From Arezzo, you can reach Pieve S. Stefano along SS 71 to Bibbiena and SP 43 to Anghiari or along SS 73 to Sansepolcro. From Pieve, it is necessary to go ahead in direction Cesena (SS 3/bis "Tiberina") and, afterwards, follow the road signs to Valsavignone and, at the junction, to Cerignone. The road, which becomes a dirt road in the last stretch, leads to this town and continues up to Le Gualanciole, where the Reserve Visitor Center and a Mountain Hut for hikers will open soon. You will reach then the homonymous Pass, crossroads of several itineraries. Alternatively, you can also cross Valle Santa, reaching from Bibbiena the town of Biforco, from which an easy dirt road ("strada del Doccione") quickly leads to Gualanciole Pass.
    Pieve S. Stefano and Valsavignone are connected with Sansepolcro with Baschetti bus lines and with the town of Arezzo with SITA bus lines.


Bosco di Montalto Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • The Reserve lies a few kilometers in the north of Pieve S. Stefano, a town situated along the toll-free motorway E45 connecting Perugia with Cesena. From Arezzo, you can reach Pieve S. Stefano along SS 71 to Bibbiena and SP 43 to Anghiari or along SS 73 to Sansepolcro. From Pieve, it is necessary to go ahead in direction Cesena (SS 3/bis "Tiberina") and, afterwards, follow the road signs to Valsavignone and, at the junction, to Cerignone. The road, which becomes a dirt road in the last stretch, leads to this town and continues up to Le Gualanciole, where the Reserve Visitor Center and a Mountain Hut for hikers will open soon. You will reach then the homonymous Pass, crossroads of several itineraries. Alternatively, you can also cross Valle Santa, reaching from Bibbiena the town of Biforco, from which an easy dirt road ("strada del Doccione") quickly leads to Gualanciole Pass.
    Pieve S. Stefano and Valsavignone are connected with Sansepolcro with Baschetti bus lines and with the town of Arezzo with SITA bus lines.



Monti Rognosi Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • Monti Rognosi lie a few kilometers in the north of Anghiari, a town you can easily reach from Arezzo heading for SP 71 to Bibbiena and taking, immediately after, SP 43; alternatively, you can also reach Anghiari from Sansepolcro, situated a few kilometers away. From Anghiari, take SP 45 to Ponte alla Piera and, after about 4 km, turn left to loc. Bagnolo. Near the dam over the stream Sovara, there is the beginning of a route giving the opportunity to reach the summit of Poggio Pian della Croce and go along the northern slope up to the building of Conventino. From Conventino, crossing the stream Sovara, you can return to SP 45. Alternatively, always from Anghiari, taking the road to Caprese Michelangelo you can reach loc. Motina, from where it is possible to access the path network of the adjacent area of the Reserve.


Sasso di Simone Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • The main gateway to the Reserve is represented by the town of Sestino, you can easily reach from Arezzo heading for Sansepolcro or Pieve S. Stefano and respectively taking SS 258 or SP 50 to Viamaggio Pass and Badia Tedalda. From Sestino, take the road to Presciano leading to the Mountain Hut Casa del Re, from where the main paths leave. Alternatively, you can access the path network of the Reserve leaving from the town of Case Barboni, you can reach taking SP 52 to Petrella Massana immediately after reaching Sestino or, if you follow Valmarecchia from Rimini-Novafeltria, turning at Ca' Raffaello or at Molino di Bascio. Another point of access to the path network is Martigliano, you can reach from Sestino or, if you come from Pesaro-Sassocorvaro, turning immediately after Monterone. Moreover, you can also reach the Reserve by taking the paths coming from various locations of the bordering Park on the slope of the Marches, like Miratoio, Passo Cantoniera, Carpegna, San Sisto.


Valle dell'Inferno e Bandella Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • It is advisable to reach Monticello, housing the Visitor Center of the Nature Reserve, from where most of the itineraries leave. If you come from Florence, take the exit "Valdarno" from A1 and take SP 11 "Lungo Arno" in direction Arezzo; once you reach loc. Acqua Borra, before the bridge over the river Arno, turn left following the road signs to the Visitor Center.
    If you come from Arezzo, take SR 69 in direction Montevarchi and, once you reach Levane, turn right in direction Terranuova Bracciolini (SP 11); after crossing the bridge over Arno, it is necessary to turn right and follow the road signs to the Visitor Center. Alternatively, always from Arezzo, you can reach Pian di Chena, taking SP 1 "Setteponti" in direction Castiglion Fibocchi, going beyond Laterina, and following the road signs to Montalto; after Romito Bridge, take the road on the right up to loc. Pian di Chena, from where, near the restaurant, you can take some paths to visit the Reserve.

Other Means of Transport

  • If you prefer reaching the Nature Reserve by public means of transport, you can use the interurban bus lines of the company Lazzi and Fabbri, connecting Arezzo with Montevarchi along SP 1 "Setteponti" (via Castiglion Fibocchi-Laterina), using the stop in loc. Ponte Romito. By train, the nearest railway station is in Montalto (Laterina Scalo). SITA bus lines connect Arezzo with Florence along SR 69 and have a stop in Montalto.


Ponte a Buriano e Penna Regional Nature Reserve

By Car

  • It is advisable to access the Reserve from Ponte a Buriano, housing the Visitor Center. You can easily reach it from Arezzo, taking SP 1 "Setteponti" in direction Castiglion Fibocchi, or from Florence, along SR 69, turning to Laterina and Castiglion Fibocchi and heading for Arezzo.
    Alternatively, it is possible to access the Reserve also from Rondine, Penna, Monte Sopra Rondine, and Pieve a Maiano, places with car parks.

Other Means of Transport

  • If you prefer reaching the Nature Reserve by public means of transport, you can use the ATAM urban bus lines of Arezzo (stops in Ponte Buriano, Pieve a Maiano, Indicatore, and Monte Sopra Rondine) or the interurban bus lines of the company Lazzi and Fabbri, connecting Arezzo with Montevarchi along SP 1 "Setteponti" (via Castiglion Fibocchi-Laterina), using the stop in loc. Ponte a Buriano. SITA bus lines connect Arezzo with Florence along SR 69 and have stops in Pieve a Maiano and Indicatore.
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