- 3 nights stay in Farmhouse or Hotel in Spoleto, Todi and Assisi
- Accommodation in a double room, including breakfast
- Dinners in the structure and packed lunches
- Medical/luggage insurance
Tips, personal extras and everything not mentioned in "The price includes"
The central ring that unites some of the most famous historical centers of the region: Assisi, Spello, Foligno, Bevagna, Montefalco, Spoleto, Todi, Perugia. The route, despite some long flat stretches, is challenging because it reaches and crosses the squares and the most significant points of interest of all the historic centers that, except Foligno and Bevagna, are perched on the heights.The ring runs clockwise. From Montefalco to Spoleto the Assisi Spoleto cycle route is used. The rest of the route is on secondary roads with little traffic and with a discrete background. The crossing of Perugia is difficult, but it's worth it because you have the chance to visit it better by bike than by any other means. TOT. 208 KM - DISL. 2888 MT
DAY 1 • Assisi - Spoleto68 km - DISL: 675 meters - Difficulty: ++
You go down from the historic center of Assisi to Spello and then continue on the plains crossing Foligno and reaching Bevagna. Continue uphill through the vineyards of Sagrantino to Montefalco where you can enjoy a beautiful view, then descend into the Umbrian Valley along the Assisi Spoleto cycle along the Marroggia channel to get to Spoleto and go up in the historic center.
2nd DAY • Spoleto - Todi64 km - DISL: 1129 mt - Difficulty: +++
From Spoleto you face a beautiful hilly stretch with different ascents and descents in the Umbrian countryside to Bastardo, where a long climb begins that leads to Massa Martana and then, through a ridge, up to Todi. You follow the road along the walls to meet the temple of La Consolazione del Bramante and face a short climb to get to the beautiful central square.
3rd DAY • Todi - Assisi75 km - DISL: 1084 mt - Difficulty: +++
Leaving Todi you face a steep descent towards the middle valley of the Tiber, along a stretch until you get to Marsciano and face a short climb that leads to Cerqueto. From there you enter a road along a ridge with a beautiful view, which will take us to Perugia. The climb to the historic center will be offset by the beauty of the square, after which you descend towards Assisi.
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