Rogheta is located in a natural reserve between Volterra and the sea, could be regarded as isolated, but it is the very characteristic that makes it so unique and special. You can, hower, reach most services in few time, when needed.
The nearest village is Micciano, a small hamlet where you can find a food store, a restaurant and a cafè. There it starts the beaten track that in 10-15 minutes leads to Rogheta.
The main point of reference for reaching Rogheta is the village of Ponteginori, a fraction of Montecatini Val di Cecina's council. It's positioned at about km n. 20 of the state road (Strada Statale, SS) n. 68 that connects Cecina with Volterra.
From Milan, than take the directions for La Spezia and subsequently take the directions for Firenze-Pisa-Livorno, get into Rosignano and following Roma-Grosseto direction, and arrive to Cecina Nord. There, follow the directions for Volterra and before getting there you will find Ponteginori.
From Rome Driving the A1 highway, take the Sinalunga exit, than follow the directions for Siena and subsequently for Colle Val d'Elsa. Keep going towards Volterra and Cecina, until before Cecina you will find Ponteginori.
From Florence Drive the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno (Fi-Pi-Li) road and take the Pontedera exit, Follow the directions for Volterra and –more important!- Saline di Volterra. There, you will turn towards Cecina instead of Volterra, and after a few km you will find Ponteginori.
From Ponteginori you have still a 10.5 km drive: follow the directions for Querceto/ Micciano and then towards Micciano only. Before you reach the village up hill, you will see an indication on a brown road sign saying "ROGHETA-MONTERUFOLI": soon after the indication there is om the right a beaten track that can be followed with any car. After 2,500 mt. turn on the left following the direction Rogheta, and after 1,700 mt. turn on the right still following Rogheta's road sign. After 8,00 mt. you can see Rogheta on your right side and you are arrived.