Lecchi in Chianti
A suggestive and exciting place
The characteristic village of Lecchi in Chianti is flanked along the main road that goes up to Ama. With its stone houses and a more than dignified church, this place is the ideal place for a break and for a walk among the paths that wind through the vineyards.
The pearl of this place is the Pozze di Lecchi: a natural basin of spring water of great charm The clear water comes from the Mulinaccio stream, which descends into the valley near Lecchi and then flows into the Massellone stream, a tributary of the Arbia river.
The Pozze di Lecchi are located near the oak and turkey oak wood, in a suggestive naturalistic context defined by the willows.
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