When the path crosses into Tuscany, it stretches from Camaldoli to Badia Prataglia. The town of Camaldoli, in the territory of Poppi, is in the Casentinesi National Park. Pilgrims can visit the church of San Salvatore Trasfigurato and the cell dedicated to the silent prayer practiced by San Romualdo, as well as the historic pharmacy founded in 1523, where the monks have reconstructed a laboratory with stone mortars and ancient recipes for distilling aromatic liquors.
Further along the path, you'll come across the Casa Pucini, Podere Stradella, Serravalle and Ponte Fosso. After these, you'll arrive in Tramignone, before getting to Poggio alla Croce, a town whose main production is potato farming.
Continue over the Fosso dell’Acquafredda and past the curvone Casanova, where you'll see protected woods with white pine and beech trees.
Dante describes Badia Pratiglia as being "between the Tiber and the Arno". It's the perfect location for anyone interested in nature, thanks to the abundance of parks and nature reserves, as well as for history buffs, as this is where you can find many Romanesque churches and the Poppi Castle. There's also no shortage of religious buildings, like the Parish Church of Santa Maria Assunta and the small church of Memmenano.