How to find us:
Our GPS coordinates (in minutes):
N 43° 34.532′
E 10° 46.858′
Via Pisa (A12)
From the A12 autostrada (motorway) take the exit towards Pisa center/airport, after the toll gate, follow the airport signs until Firenze (blue sign) is indicated. Drive by the airport in the direction of Firenze. This motorway is called the “S.G.C. Fi-Pi-Li”.
After the connection/junction with the motorway from Livorno, take the second exit to Pontedera, straight after the short tunnel named Romito.
Drive almost all the way round the roundabout and take the exit in the direction of Peccioli/Volterra. At the next two roundabouts keep going towards Forcoli/Peccioli. Turn left after about 1,5 kilometre in the direction of Forcoli/Palaia. Follow this road (through the villages of Forcoli, Baccanella, and Montanelli) until after about 10 kilometres you can turn right towards Legoli. Take this exit, the road will go up steeply. After about 1 kilometre you will see a sign on the right with the logo of Agriturismo Anna-Rosa. Immediately turn right onto the unpaved road. You have arrived at your destination.
Via Florence (A1):
From the A1 autostrada (motorway) take the exit Firenze Scandicci. Head towards Empoli/Montelupo/Pisa. This motorway is called the “S.G.C. Fi-Pi-Li”. Continue to the exit Pontedera (approx. 50 kilometers on the Fi-Pi-Li). Then follow the second part of the directions via Pisa.
Flying to Agriturismo Anna-Rosa? It’s fast, good and cheap!
Anna-Rosa is a 30-minute drive from Pisa airport, Aeroporto Galileo Galilei. Ryanair flies to Pisa from various airports and if you book early you can fly to Pisa at a bargain price.
At Pisa airport, different car rental companies operate. On the Rentalcars website, you can fill in your details and find a suitable rental car.
Pay attention: the car rental area is located at a new construction location and directly at the arrival and departure hall. In good weather, you can walk, but also there is a shuttle bus
From the airport take the motorway to Florence (Firenze), called the Fi-Pi-Li, then follow the route description given above from the direction of Pisa.