The Via Francigena

A bicycle trip is undoubtedly a special occasion to make a unique experience of discovering the territory and its traditions, its history and the emotions it can offer.

This is just one of the reasons why it is worth biking or walking on the Via Francigena.

This ancient 1600 km long road was traveled by pilgrims from Canterbury in England, to Rome to visit the tomb of the Apostle Peter.

If you love long runs, you just have to bike or walk among the gentle ups and downs of these hills, admiring the views and feeling the scents: it will be like taking a trip between history and faith to discover the territory and maybe a bit of yourself.

Bike rental and guided tours


IBikeMontaione and its staff are at your disposal for bicycle rentals and for guided mountain biking tours (with or without tasting of typical products and lasting a few hours to full days) to discover the most impressive locations of this beautiful area.

Walking or biking trails

Montaione MTB Trail Area

Whether you enjoy relaxing on dirt roads while admiring the scenery or racing on a single track, the Montaione MTB Trail Area will be your daily gym.

Trekking route maps

Trekking route maps

You can find a FREE map of the trekking routes at your accommodation or in the following shops in Montaione:



Choose the electric bike for your vacation and you will have access to spectacular corners of Tuscany without much effort! You can stay out all day and enjoy the most of our beautiful views.

Attractions and places to visit

Big Bench

If you are traveling the Via Francigena on foot or by bicycle, it is worth making a small detour and reaching the top of a hill where there is a beautiful giant bench (Big Bench).

Sport and wellness

Spa and welness centre

After a day dedicated to sport, why not regenerate body and soul with a massage or sauna in a Spa?

Nature trails

High Valley of the Carfalo stream

The High Valley of the Carfalo stream is a paradise for those who love nature. You just have to discover this wonderful spot by walking along the paths of this protected natural area.