Tenuta La Bandita lies among the hills of Val di Cecina, which extend along the river with the same name in the Southern part of the province of Pisa. The area is predominantly hilly in the hinterland and flattens out only close to the mouth of the Cecina. The landscape is extremely charming, and rich too in geothermal sources which appear as fumaroles.
With its 270 hectares of land where the Mediterranean flora grows luxuriantly, La Bandita offers its guests a truly spectacular landscape. Inside its 15 km (fenced) perimeter, a walking path unravels over some 7km, crossing centuries-old oak and pine woods: in this little-paradise for walkers, you can visit a natural lake brimming with fish that is ideal for sport fishing, or look for the wild boar, mouflons, deer and roe-deer, that are an established which part of the fauna of the place.
The lake, naturally fed by rainfall and by springwater is also used as a water supply for organic agriculture and in case of fire.
La Bandita is also an ideal starting point for walks, cycling excursions, mountain biking or motorbike exploration. For Mountain biking and Nordic walking, there are a host of nearby paths signposted by the Italian Alpine Club (CAI).