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|Borgo di Vagli,
I-52040 Mercatale di Cortona (AR),
ItalyReception contact details:Tel: +39 0575 61961
GPS Coordinates Lat 43°16′ 23″ 112 Long 12° 6’ 26″ 082
Please find below directions to the Hamlet and nearby places of interest and airports:
Perugia 40 minutes
Florence 1 hour + 45 minutes
Pisa 2 hours
Rome 2.5 hours
Arriving from the south (Rome) Terontola/Cortona (20 mins drive from Borgo di Vagli)
Arriving from the north (Florence) Camucia/Cortona (20 mins drive from Borgo di Vagli)Directions from Airports
Once on the A1 autostrada exit BETTOLE VALDICHIANA, after the toll gate turn right and, at the second round-about, take the Superstrada (75 bis) towards Perugia for approximately 12 kilometres.
Exit at Cortona/Montepulciano, follow signs for Camucia/Cortona for approximately 8 kilometres; at Camucia follow signs for Mercatale for approximately 15 kilometres.
Before arriving at Mercatale turn left for Pierle Castle (Rocca di Pierle) and pass the castle and the 11th century Church of San Biagio and after 100 meters on you right hand side follow the small wooden sign for Borgo di Vagli. Take the unsealed road (unpaved) for 2 kilometres.
Please be advised, although there are passing points, the road is narrow in some areas and you may meet other cars coming in the opposite direction; in this regard we advise you to blow your horn when approaching corners.
The last 2 kilometres (1.25 miles) to Borgo di Vagli is only accessible along the track of the original medieval unpaved path in a protected area of natural beauty. In these areas drastic improvements are very limited by law (i.e. asphalt forbidden).
Approximate travel times by car to some of the nearby cities, towns and places of interest
* Mercatale (di Cortona) is a quaint Italian village just a 7 minute drive from the Hamlet or for the more adventurous a 40 minute walk along Dina’s path: here you will find a church, typical cafes/bars, a post office, a tobacconist selling post cards and souvenirs, two supermarkets, two butchers selling high quality local meats, including the world famous Chianina beef and salamis, a bakers, three banks, a chemist and a well known trattoria.