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Territory

A few kilometres from Florence stretches the territory of the Mugello. A delightful countryside, healthy food, the places of the Medici, history, culture, high quality service in a renewed relation with nature: these are the things the Mugello has to offer.

Access by bus and by car is excellent from the A1 motorway, there is the exit at Barberino di Mugello and Firenzuola. There are several interesting secondary roads too. Local public transport is available for travelling in the localities. The fascinating old "Faentina" railway line takes the visitors into the Mugello area from Faenza or from Florence.

Environment and climate 

mappa 02The territory of the "Unione montana dei Comuni del Mugello" unites two geographic areas: the Mugello and the Upper Mugello or Romagna-Tuscany.
In the valley we find San Piero a Sieve, Barberino di Mugello, Scarperia, Borgo San Lorenzo, Vicchio and Dicomano. Beyond, San Godenzo is.

To the North, in the upper part of the basins of the rivers Santerno, Senio and Lamone there is the Upper Mugello with Firenzuola, Palazzuolo sul Senio and Marradi.

The Mugello landscape is a complex: from the thick woodlands of the ridges to the areas of chestnut woods and olive groves, from the vast flat land of old terraces confined by slopes cultivated with wheat and sun flowers, up to the fertile valley bottom where the main inhabited centres and roads of communication are situated.

In the North the landscape is dominated by uncontaminated beech, chestnut and oak tree woods. The big rocks and the peaks create massive outlines and scenes, at times very impressing.

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