For those who dream to breath clean air, for those who want to lie down on green meadows and caress the trunk of a thousand-year-old tree or simply admire the sun setting.
184,578 Roe Deer in the Tuscany region
a territory rich of life, it is one of the regions with the highest concentration of Ungulates in all of Italy and among the first in Europe. Also included in this category are wild boar, fallow deer, red deer and mufl one. All specimens can be found in their natural habitat a few steps from Borgo Gerlino.
Borgo Gerlino is not just a destination, it is also a starting point to discover real and wild Tuscany, to experience adventurous.
35 km The race of the Amber river
protagonist of the valley floor and crosses the entire territory of Bucine: Ambra River was born on the Monteluco on the border with the Sienese territory, to blur, after a 35 km journey, into the Arno. Its banks have always been inhabited, still visible today are the mills and bridges near which villages and churches have sprung up.
Breathtaking panoramas, luxuriant forests, rare plants and beautiful animals to be observed undisturbed in their habitat are ahead the eyes of those looking for a more authentic contact with nature.
7 memory trees in valdambra
Particular interesting in the Municipality of Bucine and registered by the State Forestry Corps: the Pines of Migliarina, the Mulberry of the Zani house, the “Leccio” di Bellavista, the Cypress of Petrolo, the Oak of Badia a Ruoti, the “Tasso” di Pietraviva and the “Olivone” di Montebenichi next to the production grounds of Gerlino Extra Virgin Oil. Marvelous trees that rise to the sky like real giants to defend a territory rich in history and magic and a priceless natural heritage to be known, promoted and valued.
A green heritage of naturalistic riches and biodiversity ready to welcome nature lovers, birdwatchers, photographers, but also families with children, for an environmentally friendly holiday
Breathtaking panoramas, luxuriant forests, rare plants and beautiful animals to be observed undisturbed in their habitat are ready for those looking for a more authentic contact with nature.