After leaving the warmth of Versilia, the cars of the 1000 Miglia are expected for lunch in Piazza Ponte Giorgini in Castiglione della Pescaia. The route will offer participants a breathtaking view of the medieval village before a brief and well-deserved stop.
Today’s second iconic leg is characterized by locations made memorable in some of the most important films in the history of cinema. Castagneto Carducci and Massa Marittima were crowded and enthusiastic. In the first location the cars also crossed the straight stretch of Viale dei Cipressi, made famous by Carducci as well as one of the scenarios went down in history in the colossal “Quo Vadis” with the unforgettable Robert Taylor. The crews will then move on to the Romito coastline in the province of Livorno following the footsteps of the film “Il Sorpasso” by Dino Risi.