The cycle path from Bevagna to Spoleto

The second part of the Assisi-Norcia cycle route, which from Bevagna goes through the Umbrian countryside to Spoleto

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Difference in level: 

100 m 


26,6 km

To see: 

Bevagna, Montefalco, Trevi, Pissignano, Fonti del Clitunno, San Giacomo, Spoleto

The second part of the itinerary leaves from the heart of Bevagna and, unlike the first part, follows its own specific asphalt cycle path which skirts the banks of the Teverone and Maroggia rivers and is always well-signposted.

The route is completely flat and runs along the Umbra valley, offering, in a few kilometres, beautiful views of villages including Montefalco, Trevi, Pissignano and Campello sul Clitunno, some of which can be easily reached with short detours. In a few kilometres on the flat, you'll also be able to reach the Tempio del Clitunno (Temple of Clitumnus) and the Fonti del Clitunno (the springs of the Clitunno river), the ideal resting place where you can enjoy a peaceful atmosphere.

The overall length of this part is 26.6 kilometres and it has no steep climbs, thus making it an excellent opportunity for those gaining confidence on two wheels or for families with children wishing to discover Umbria at a leisurely pace.

The itinerary ends just outside the centre of Spoleto, at the bike racks at "Le Mattonelle" Terminal. From here, you can reach the centre of Spoleto and the start of the Spoleto-Norcia route via a new cycle path.

Those wishing to return to Assisi, can take the bus, paying for an extra ticket to load their bike, or take a train on the Spoleto-Assisi line, checking before whether the transport of bicycles is allowed in the carriage.