When I was there I shot from two different positions. The high one shown in the post and the low one in front of the little church/chapel
I haven't ventured down to that chapel although I've seen it from a road that leads further up into the park. There's a bus stop along that road where I've parked to get the light coming through the trees but I'm not yet sure what the composition should be for that ... from up on that road oppositethe bus stop, I think there's a small dirt road that you can walk down and then you are looking back down the valley on Santa Maddelena.
At the end of that road, there's a small park and a short distance up the trail that leads up to the mountains pictured, before you get to the trees, there's some clear land on the left with a small hut behind the wooden fence ... (need to be careful that you don't walk in cow/horse patties.)
I've found shooting the hut quite challenging because the wood on the "sunset side" is very reflective and it has so far blown out in all of my attempts to shoot without HDR (and even shots that I thought weren't over exposed whilst shooting came out slightly blown in LR :-() when the sun is actually on it.
I'm thinking that a 2 to 4 week "holiday" in the area next year around 14-Sep to 14-Oct is going to be required! One of the bigger problems that I've had at that time of year is that the length of the day is changing so rapidly that the "right time" of day can change by as much as half an hour in a week!