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Farmhouse in Italy: where to stay for walking holidays

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    • What about walks in the nature of Italy, during your holidays in Agriturismo? In fact, our beautiful country offers many trekking routes along the coast, in the countryside, in the mountains and even in the city. Here we offer you the most beautiful trekking itineraries in Italy, suitable for ... See more

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What about walks in the nature of Italy, during your holidays in Agriturismo? In fact, our beautiful country offers many trekking routes along the coast, in the countryside, in the mountains and even in the city. Here we offer you the most beautiful trekking itineraries in Italy, suitable for both beginners and those already trained. Obviosly, don't forget to give yourself  a tasty break in a farm with restaurant or a refreshing one in a farm with pool, during your journey!

Trekking in Liguria: The Blue Path

Located in the territory of the Cinque Terre , in the province of La Spezia , the Sentiero Azzurro is the itinerary that goes from Riomaggiore to Monterosso . About 12 km long, it is mostly composed of paths, mule tracks and the remaining part of the Via dell'Amore promenade and internal roads linking the five villages. It is an ancient route traced by those who used it regularly to move around, apart from some slippery stretches and tracts due to narrowing of the track.

Trekking Italy: the Via Francigena

The Via Francigena is the ancient pilgrim route that allowed to reach Rome and then Puglia starting from Canterbury and crossing all Italy passing through Valle d'Aosta, Piedmont , Lombardy , Emilia Romagna, Liguria , Tuscany and Lazio. A route for all of over 1,000 km with 44 stages ranging from 15 to 35 km to be covered on foot or by bike through mountains, hills and plains to discover famous tourist cities but also of provincial towns and small villages, including Lucca, San Gimignano , Siena and Viterbo ,

Trekking in Umbria and Lazio: journey of San Benedetto

The Way of St. Benedict is a little known route although it is one of the most important pilgrimage routes in central Italy that traces the various places where the saint of Norcia lived and preached. It is a journey in the heart of Italy about 300 km long in 16 stages of about 20 km each starting from Norcia, in Umbria , and ending in Montecassino after having crossed all of Lazio up to the border with Campania.

Trekking on the Path of the Gods

The Sentiero degli Dei runs along a stretch of the Amalfi Coast, between Agerola and Positano, where stretches of belvedere and woods follow one another. The route is 10 km long and lasts about 5 hours, does not have great differences in height and because of its simplicity and beauty attracts many visitors. For an optimal excursion it is advisable to carry out the route starting from the top down, then from Agerola to Positano.

Trekking in Puglia between the Alimini lakes

The Adriatic area that falls within the province of Lecce is ideal for trekking lovers. The Salento boasts many protected areas and the Alimini Lakes are a natural park surrounded by thick Mediterranean vegetation and pine forests. Here it is possible to make a suggestive journey immersed in the wildest nature and which is part of the larger one, ironically called Mamma Li Turchi .

Trekking in Sicily: the Magna Via Francigena

Also in Sicily we find ancient streets linked to the Francigena tradition . La Magna Via Francigena is an ancient road traveled over the centuries by pilgrims, traders and travelers who united settlements, villages and especially two ports, Palermo in Agrigento . A route of about 160 km that crosses 15 municipalities and 3 provinces that allows lovers of trekking and anyone who loves to travel on foot to discover rural Sicily.

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