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LA VIA DEL MARMO

This itinerary allows you to appreciate the little known beauties of the northern hinterland of Tuscany. It is a journey that immediately allows you to live an experience in close contact with nature, crossing one of the most captivating cycle paths in the area. Then it continues in the Serchio valley to get to the slopes of the Apuane Alps. You will be enchanted by the breathtaking views and enchanting villages along a very pleasant and quiet route . Although part of the circuit is uphill, with uneven paths sometimes seemingly very challenging, you will be facilitated by the use of the...

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TERRA E MARE

The variety of landscapes of this route is without any doubt spectacular. There will be the possibility to go through quiet back roads and enjoy wonderful views of the Tuscan countryside. On the way you will find some extraordinary medieval villages, where we strongly recommend stopping to admire the beauties and curiosities that are present in the individual villages. When the itinerary reaches the coast, it is time to relax on the tranquil beaches of the coast where the crystal clear water awaits you for a refreshing dip. Following the route indicated on the GPS you can appreciate the...

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COSTA DEGLI ETRUSCHI

The ideal itinerary for those who love to live an extraordinary and original experience in close contact with nature. A 300 km route which crosses Tuscany from North to South, along its fantastic coastline. You will touch places of considerable summery tourist importance, thanks to its renowned beaches, parks and natural reserves, enchanting and varied landscapes without excluding the possibility of being able to taste a great variety of local products of the innumerable farms that will be found along the way.

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LA VIA FRANCIGENA

The Via Francigena is one of the oldest routes of the European pilgrimage. Together with the Camino de Santiago they branched all over the continent and then joined together and thus arrived in the Holy Land in Jerusalem. The entire route of the Via Francigena, which starts from Canterbury and arrives in Rome, crosses four countries: England, France, Switzerland and Italy. It extends over 1800 kilometers and passes through places recognized and appreciated for their historical, cultural, artistic and tourist value. The Via Francigena arrives in Italy from the border with Switzerland and...

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