Within Eicma 2019, in Milan, the Urban Award was assigned to the most virtuous Italian cities in the field of sustainable mobility.The first prize was awarded by Pescara, because this city has implemented a series of measures that have strongly encouraged the use of bicycles by its inhabitants, starting from the slogan "Moving better is living better".
In this article we recommend a cycling route through amazing landscapes in the Cilento National Park, a UNESCO heritage site together with the archaeological sites of Paestum and Velia and the Certosa di Padula. A long ride in a territory shrouded in myth and legend, located in southern Campania.
The starting point for the itineraries that we recommend in this article, discovering Lugano and Como lakes, comes from the autumn season, since the colors and temperatures that characterize these places are ideal for an active holiday, and from the Press Tour that was organized by Parco San Marco Hotels & Beach Resort in collaboration with us.
Riding a bike is the right way to discover Bologna, thanks to a cycle network that offers 12 itineraries. Each of these is equipped with a sign with useful information for finding your way around. The panels are installed in the historic center and show info about the cycling routes you can follow in town.
Lake Garda is one of the many treasures of Italy and is loved especially by tourists from Northern Europe, Germans in particular. One of the elements to be taken into consideration is that this wonderful body of water can be admired both from above and from below, so we have chosen to offer you this ring route (it is good for both superlight bikes and mountain bikes) that starts from and arrives in Peschiera del Garda.
This time we suggest you 4 routes to explore the almost unpolluted nature of the Island of Elba riding your mountain bike. Riding a mountain bike is the best way to discover the territory of the island of the Tuscan Archipelago, which is mostly mountainous.
Valtellina is a top choice for those who want to live unique outdoor experiences and in particular for cycling enthusiasts.
Ferrara is also known as the city of Renaissance (due to the Estensi dynasty), the city of silence (according to Gabriele D’Annunzio), the city of metaphysics (as you can see in the paintings of De Chirico and Carrà). But it's even called “city of bicycles”, in fact it boasts, the title of the most bike-friendly town in Italy.
The Ponale trail, in Trentino region, is a must try for any skilled biker. This bikeway offers spectacular views on Lake Garda (that is even known as Lake of Benaco) and is recommended both to mountain bikers and hikers.
The Monasteries of Alta Ciociaria are a destination that is perhaps not very well-known but which must be discovered. Here, culture, history and nature come together in an exciting journey of about seventy kilometers to live riding a Superlight bike.