I`m an environmental guide. I was born in a small but wonderful medieval village near San Gimignano and I am working in Tuscany. My tours range from trips to medieval villages to excursions to geological and naturalistic loci, from visiting landscapes and experiencing rural culture, to walks around the typical hill-villages along the Francigena Road (San Gimignano, Siena, Lucca etc).
At the end of my walks, tourists can have lunch or dinner in one of the farms near San Gimignano or in the Chianti countryside: olive oil, wine, saffron, cheese, honey are only some of the typical genuine food. While travelling, I always try to establish friendships and create opportunities to learn about the Italian culture: the history and the natural environment of Tuscany in particular
What we do
The territory of San Gimignano is crossed for 15 km by the famous and historic road that connected Canterbury (England) to Rome, passing through the historic center of San Gimignano. Along the way you can see the villages, churches, hospitals, hills rich in olive trees and vineyards, and an agricultural landscape still similar to that which could see the pilgrims who went to the Pope, to ask for the forgiveness of their sins.