Via Francigena in the South

Leg 01 - From Roma to Castel Gandolfo

Via Appia. The first leg of the Via Francigena in the South is perhaps the most exciting of the whole route: we walk through history, touching some of the most famous monuments in the world before coming out onto the Via Appia Antica and plunging into a unique landscape.

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Leg 04 - From Cori to Sezze

Via Appia. A panoramic route of rare beauty, with three extraordinary historic attractions: the ancient town of Norba, the Cistercian abbey of Valvisciolo and the historic town of Sermoneta.

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Leg 05 - From Sezze to Fossanova abbey

Via Appia. A tranquil transition route, in which we leave the route following the foot of the mountains and descend towards the pontine plain to arrive at the abbey of Fossanova, a jewel of Cistercian architecture.

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Leg 06 - From Fossanova abbey to Terracina

Via Appia. We walk towards Terracina along a section which doesn’t offer anything of particular interest. We find ourselves in an area dedicated to intensive agriculture, only the Ausoni Mountains provide variety geometrically characterised by the different crops.

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Leg 07 - From Terracina to Fondi

Via Appia. A hilly leg which accompanies us first of all along a fine section of  Appia Antica, with some examples of ancient basalt, continuing towards the plain of Fondi, through the Aurunci mountains.

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Leg 08 - From Fondi to Formia

Via Appia. A leg rich in charm in which the Via Appia plays a leading role, initially positive and then negative: in the first section we experience the excitement of travelling along an extraordinary section of the Appia Antica, which has kept most of its original appearance.

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Leg 09 - From Formia to Sessa Aurunca

Via Appia. We travel along the last kilometres of Lazio, to cross the border into the Campania section of the  Via Francigena nel Sud. Most of the itinerary consists of asphalted roads which make the route less attractive than the previous legs.

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