The route is named after the family of Roman consuls, sent from Rome to command the city of Arezzo, who probably built a villa on the hill of Pieve San Giovanni. The Sulpicians had certainly chosen the place to enjoy the view of the plain between the Arno and Chiana rivers.
- sulpici's path
|Participants||Min 2, max 20 pax|
We will walk in an area unknown to most, where the hills go to "kiss" the Arno River. We will cross a landscape of great beauty and suggestion, capable of impressing the mind and the heart. We will discover a rural landscape built by generations of peasants who have combined utility and beauty, variety of shapes and colors; here crops, olive groves, ancient farm roads, farmhouses, villages and churches alternate.
The Itinerary takes the traveler back in time, making him discover a past full of stories, curiosities and knowledge passed down from generation to generation.
- Points of interest: Pieve San Giovanni
- Difficulty: E = Hike
- Duration: about 5h
- Length: 13 km
- Altitude difference: 760m +/-