Not far from Aulla on the Via Francigena, and affording amazing views over the Magra Valley, are the ruins of Bibola Castle.
Have you ever wondered why you see so many Via Francigena pilgrims walking down the main roads rather than cross country in Lunigiana?
Accommodation suggestions following the closure of the Convento Padri Cappuccini in Pontremoli.
A beautiful cross-country hike with a mixture of glorious vistas, interesting woodlands, old stone roads and many interesting bridges.
Visiting one of Lunigiana’s most beautiful waterfalls is a great excursion, particularly on a hot summer’s day
Glenn Turner, walking solo from Canterbury to Rome, following the Via Francigena, arrives in Filetto.
Walking solo from Canterbury to Rome, following the Via Francigena, to raise $250,000 for research into Diabetes, Depression and Dementia.
Be a pilgrim for a day on this guided tour along the Via Francigena from the Cisa Pass and in Pontremoli.