|Departure point||Via dell’Arte 1, Deruta|
|Arrival point||Largo Goldoni 2, Marsciano|
|Elevation gain||157 m|
|Stages||Deruta- Casalina – Cerro - Marsciano|
|Bicycle types||Gravel, MTB|
|To see nearby||Museo Della Ceramica a Deruta – Museo Del Laterizio a Marsciano|
This easy itinerary is a plunge into the Umbrian countryside.
It starts in Deruta, the 'city of ceramics', where you can visit the oldest ceramics museum in Italy. Once out of the village, the road immediately takes the bikers on a dirt road through the typical Umbrian countryside.
The route crosses small rural hamlets, making the bikers pedal through breathtaking landscapes of predominantly rural plains.
The cyclist thus ventures into rural territory, through gentle and light pedalling, allowing him to enjoy the relaxing view of the fields typical of the Tiber valley.
After about 20 km of the itinerary, the cyclists come to the last stop; Marsciano, the town famous for its brickwork, where they can finally enjoy a well-deserved typical Umbrian meal.
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