Way of St. Peter the Hermit

The journey of Peter the Hermit unites the municipalities of Trevi in ​​Lazio and Rocca di Botte in Abruzzo in a circular route. It starts from Rocca di Botte and cross the municipalities of the area of ​​Carsolano to enter Lazio in Riofreddo. Crossing Oricola, Arsoli, Cervara di Roma, you Read more…

Trekking around Montefiascone

The countryside around Montefiascone is particularly fascinating and offers many paths for those who love to discover nature slowly and all its beauties on foot. – Circuit of the Caldera This path has significant difficulty and a length of about 12.9 km with a difference in height of 311 meters. Read more…

Monte Cairo trekking

There are many trails that start from and arrive at Monte Cairo, with its famous beech woods close to the summit, and you can do countless hikes and walks that have as a starting point Colle San Magno. In addition to St Benedict’s Way, you can reach the summit of Read more…

Saint Benedict’s Way

Colle San Magno is the final stage of the Cammino di San Benedetto (Saint Benedict’s Way), the path that, from Norcia, passing through Subiaco, arrives at Montecassino where the saint founded the Abbey and gave birth to monasticism in Europe. The walking path from the village to the Abbey takes Read more…

Stridolone Stream

The territory of Proceno straddles the valley of the river Paglia and that of the Stridolone stream, a particularly splendid watercourse due to its clarity and the route that follows. The stream passes through uncontaminated nature and weaves around volcanic rocks and gorges that give rise to small waterfalls and Read more…

Belvedere Terrace

In the upper part of the town, near the town hall and Sforza palace, a large belvedere terrace has been created, which overlooks a vast panorama of country. This area is used in summer for outdoor festivals and cultural shows.

Path of the Brigands

The Path of the Brigands is a trail that traces the footsteps of the brigands who were in this area during the nineteenth century. The most famous brigand is certainly Domenico Tiburzi who had given his band an almost corporate organization even if some of these characters were not always Read more…

Via Francigena at Bolsena

Via Francigena is perhaps the most important medieval communication route linking the north with the south of the continent. We have the description in an essay thanks to the diary of the English Archbishop Sigeric who went from Canterbury to Rome in 990 to receive the Pallium from the hands Read more…