A trail of 21 km

The itinerary of this loop starts from the characteristic village of Ghizzano, known for its colors and its contemporary art.

Along a road uphill shaded by rows of cypress trees, we reach Libbiano: here we find an Astronomical Observatory. The asteroid Peccioli was discovered thanks to this facility.

Continuing towards Legoli, we run along a futuristic waste disposal and treatment plant dominated by spectacular giants. A short detour towards the village of Legoli allows us to admire the tabernacle by Benozzo Gozzoli (dating back to 1479).

Heading back to Ghizzano on a dirt road, we bike cross a typical Tuscan landscape and on the final stretch uphill we can enjoy an evocative panorama.

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The Ghizzano Libbiano Legoli loop

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