If you’re planning on heading to Tuscany or Florence in the near future, there’s no better way to experience this glorious place then to plan your trip around nature. Italy has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, and while you’re enjoying your stay, it’s time to decide and plan multiple adventures out in nature. If you’re wondering what outdoor activities to do while enjoying your time in Tuscany or Florence, try hiking, archery, kayaking, horseback riding, caving, staying at a villa surrounded by nature, and more adventurous activities you can’t pass up.
Enjoy Your Stay at a Tuscany Villa
Many apartment rentals both in Florence and Tuscany offer private gardens and even a private terrace. If you would prefer to stay near your living grounds on some days, enjoy the nature from a distance, gaze at the many cypress trees, olive groves, vineyards, and rolling landscapes, then a Tuscany villa is perfect for you. You can find villas for rent in Tuscany at an affordable rate and while you’re there you can soak in the nature and enjoy outdoor activities that are at your fingertips.
Hike in Tuscany
If you would like to experience the area of Tuscany in stunning detail, try hiking. While hiking you will see outstanding views of the ocean and on top of the Cornate Mountain you will glimpse the scenic landscapes below. You will also enjoy the small details in nature that you normally won’t experience unless you try hiking, such as seeing the lovely flowers line the trails and getting a glimpse of the wild mushrooms that are covering your pathways.
Are you a fan of the hit book series The Hunger Games? Well, then archery may be something you want to try if you’d like to embrace your inner do good and fight evil book fantasy. Shoot a well-aimed arrow from a bow by learning an old hunting technique. You can take lessons and then after you feel comfortable shooting with your bow and arrow, take your new skill to the forest where you will search for model animals that are set up for your mock hunt. Have fun finding the hidden animals in the forest and then after your trip is through, go home and tell your friends and family all about your new skill.
Beyond staying at a villa, hiking the landscapes, and learning archery, let’s not forget to go horseback riding, explore the caves, and discover countless of other activities. Your vacation in Tuscany and Florence and maybe even the surrounding areas won’t be complete without exploring all that nature-filled landscapes and rolling hills have to offer.
Sierra is a freelance writer who loves to travel. She can’t wait to go to Tuscany one day.