From Villa Belpoggio, the main Tuscan cities are within easy reach, namely Florence, Arezzo, Cortona and Siena.

The Villa is located on an ancient Roman road, the Cassia Vetus, which in the stretch between Florence and Arezzo takes the name of Setteponti street, a historical route that crosses landscapes of great beauty and is dotted with Romanesque churches and medieval villages.

We are always up to date on the main cultural events and can book tickets and guided tours.


Our roads and our territory have trails suitable for every walker, from beginner to more experienced. The difference in altitude and the variety of the landscape allow you to create unique routes during your holidays.


A short distance from Villa Belpoggio, there are equestrian centres and riding stables where you can follow riding lessons (even for beginners) or go horseback riding.

We will be happy to book for you the experience of experiencing Tuscany on horseback.


Villa Bepoggio is located on the Valdarno Bike road, a cycle path that connects Valdarno Aretino and Fiorentino and Chianti.

The bicycle is the queen of our territory. Guests can always plan different bike rides, for itineraries, length and difficulty.

Between nature and history

The Setteponti road by bicycle

It is a hill route, full of hairpin bends and spectacular views among vineyards, olive groves, small villages where the bell towers of the typical Romanesque churches stand out. All on asphalt, to be done with a racing bike, mountain bike or e-bike, the bicycle with assisted pedalling.

The itinerary has ancient origins dating back to the Etruscans. Initially, it was the link between Arezzo and Fiesole, then in Roman times between Florence and Arezzo.

The complete route of the Setteponti road is about 88 km long, starting from Piazza Beccaria in Florence and arriving in Arezzo in Piazza Grande.

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