San Marino – Marche

SAN MARINO - MARCHE

FROM MOUNTAINS TO SHORES, THE PARADISE FOR CYCLISTS

Photo Friendly 8 Days Open Scheduling: June

San Marino

San Marino is the world most ancient constitutional Republic. Its elevated position surrounded by nature helps create a wonderful atmosphere in this medieval city. From story to culture, San Marino offers numerous museums, as well as various historical centres and buildings, like the Three Towers built to defend the ancient town.

Marche

This Region in the centre of Italy is one of the most various shaped area of the country. From mountains to shores passing through hills, Marche offers a variety of routes that any cycling enthusiast can travel to discover the marvels of this land.

From History to Nature

Arrival at Bologna and transfer to San Marino, where we will visit the old town and its wonders. Then the cycling tour will start moving from San Marino to Gabicce Mare, passing by Gradara and then to Pesaro with the possibility of a boat tour.

Professional Guide

Rodolfo Massi, assisted by his staff, personally follows all cyclists pedalling with them, providing his professionalism, services and advice that come from his great experience and infinite passion for cycling.

Discovering Marche

The journey will continue in Urbino where we will see the Duomo and the Ducal Palace, then moving by bike through Furlo Gorge to Frontone. Then hiking to the top of Mount Catria. Lastly, we will move to Senigallia and proceed the cycle tour through the villages, like San Lorenzo and Corinaldo.

Easy Cycling

If you're not trained, don't worry, we might offer two bike types, choosing between mtb and racing bikes, between the lightweight carbon model (weight 11 kg) with a little help and standard e-bikes (20-23 kg) with more thrust and power.

Trip Itinerary

ROUTE CHARACTERISTICS
Wavy, climbs (5-15 km) with greater slopes. Flat and wavy, suitable for everyone.

What to eat in San Marino and Marche

In this place the cuisine represents the exaltation of Mediterranean diet, varying from meat to fish. Every recipe is unique of a certain local area demonstrating the great variety of resources beyond this region. Some examples are: Olives all’Ascolana, Brodetto, Ciauscolo, Crescia with Ciccioli, Rabbit in porchetta, Pizza Rossini, Vincisgrassi, Titano cake, Three Mounts cake.

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