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Via Romagna

462 km of minor paved roads and dirt roads through the villages, vineyards, fortresses and castles of Romagna
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Destinazione turistica Romagna

Via Romagna is a permanent cycle route that crosses Romagna from north to south, from the Comacchio Valleys to San Giovanni in Marignano. The 462 km itinerary, with a difference in altitude of 6500 mt, runs through the hinterland of Romagna, crossing natural parks, ancient villages and territories rich in history and food and wine traditions.
The route is on secondary roads and pleasent off-road tracks, so it is suitable for evryone and any bike. 
The itinerary leads to the discovery of 30 municipalities, 20 ancient villages with dozens of basilicas/cathedrals, museums and historical monuments and it is designed to explore the territory in all its excellences, pedalling along a safe route suitable for cyclists (all the main points of interests and fountains are marked on the map).
Via Romagna benefits from secondary arteries connecting with Ferrara, and further south, joins the coastal towns, Ravenna, Cervia, Cesenatico, Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica, also using the existing cycle paths, the cycle paths on the river banks and the historical-environmental routes, such as the Po Delta Cycle Path (Ravenna-Venice), the Ravenna pinewood Cycle Path, the Romagna Strade Bianche, the Dante Cycle Path, the San Vicinio Cycle Path and the Ronco, Savio, Montone, Marecchia and Conca River cycle routes.

Discover the VIA ROMAGNA CYCLE PATH and choose your routes in Rimini

 

Last update date: 27/09/2021 - 13:03