This circular route can be started in any of its 14 stages (which are mostly in Emilia).
Dedicated to the saint of Sarsina, who was believed to be a miracle-worker, this route passes through the most important places in the Saint’s life and stunningly diverse landscapes, like the Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona and Campigna National Park.
You will encounter peaceful retreats and spirituality centers, and hamlets drenched in natural beauty.
The route – which can be travelled also on horseback or mountain bike – is suitable for pilgrims and hikers of all ages and levels, who along the way are encouraged to collect all the stamps to earn their “pilgrim’s certificate”.
We are particularly interested in the 1st and 2nd stages (Sarsina – Bagno di Romagna and Bagno di Romagna – Camaldoli), ending and starting in the hamlet of Bagno di Romagna, which is also a stop of the Romea Germanica Way.