From Punta Ala to the ruins of Santa Petronilla, La Santa, Castiglione della Pescaia.
Ruins are located in the woods of the bandits to the north-west of Pian di Rocca. It is not currently possible to say with certainty in which year it was built. The architectural structure of the complex included an area connected to the miraculous spring which in the Seventeenth Century is still active. Hagiography, about Petronilla, does not provide us, despite having had a widespread cult. What is certain is that she was buried in Rome in the cemetery of Domitilla near the underground Basilica of the catacombs. Her body would remain in the cemetery of Domitilla in Rome until 757 when, Pope Paul I, carried it with the sarcophagus in the Vatican basilica. France has always given her a great veneration and devotion as its main patron and protector.
New trail between Baratti and Populonia, overlooking the two seas. From the peak of the peak, in fact, the view of the two gulfs is dominated, the one of Baratti that extends northwards to Livorno, and the one of the Gulf of Follonica that extends to the south of the Tuscan coast, starting from Piombino, with the archipelago Toscano, formed by the islands: Elba, Capraia, Pianosa, Montecristo Giglio and Giannutri.
A different and entertaining weekend between the paths of Castiglione della Pescaia and the Bandite di Scarlino (Grosseto). Two days dedicated to mountain biking or e-bike excursions. The first day shuttle with jeep, while the second day the adventure continues with a guided tour of about 30 km with a vertical drop of about 800 meters. Weekend dedicated to those who love outdoor life even in winter! The mild temperatures typical of the Tuscan coast in the Maremma area, facilitate exits during the colder period. The landscapes and the views on the sea make these trails really fascinating.