Val Comino with 120 km of trails for horses, mountain biking and trekking

This is a new experience for all those who love outdoor activities in uncontaminated areas where history and nature merge. We are talking about Val di Comino, part of the Lazio side of the National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise where 120 km of trails were recently opened for horseback, by mountain bike or on foot.

The paths have a point of reference in the town of Alvito but also cross the territories of Posta Fibreno, Campoli Appennino, San Donato Val di Comino, Vicalvi and Gallinaro. A network also connects Abruzzo with rings that reach Opi and Pescasseroli. Alvito is in fact located at the junction of the Valle del Liri, the river rose in Abruzzo, above the Val di Comino that shares many mountains with Abruzzo.

To know more about this wonderful program, read the article we wrote about it on our website: “Val Comino with 120 km of trails for horses, mountain biking and trekking”

Guide of San Donato Val di Comino, Guide of Gallinaro, Guide of Vicalvi, Guide of Posta Fibreno, Guide of Campoli Appennino, Guide of Atina, Guide of Alvito

Guide of San Donato Val di Comino

The history of San Donato Val di Comino begins with the Samnite settlement Cominum, destroyed by the Romans in 293 […]

Guide of Gallinaro

Gallinaro is located in the beautiful Val di Comino, at the foot of the Apennines, and its name derives from […]

Guide of Vicalvi

The name Vicalvi has medieval origins, Vicus Albus, of the Latin ‘Vicus’ (village) and ‘albus’ (white). The centre was already […]

Guide of Posta Fibreno

The town of Posta Fibreno is perched on a hill, close to the Abruzzo National Park, from where you have […]

Guide of Campoli Appennino

The historic centre of the town is made up of lines of houses arranged in a ring on the edges […]

Guide of Atina

Atina is a medieval village on a hill overlooking the Comino Valley. The legend says it was founded by Saturn […]

Guide of Alvito

Alvito is a small village to the east of Frosinone, in the Valley of Comino, which is part of the […]