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Length:

km: 135

Difference in height: 1350  mt

Starting point:

Grand Hotel Terme della Fratta

Gpx file of the route is available upon request for Grand Hotel Terme della Fratta hotel guests

Development

Fratta – Bertinoro – Cesena – Longiano -Savignano sul Rubicone – Poggio Berni – Ponte Verucchio – Gualdicciolo – San Marino – Verucchio – Villa Verucchio – Santarcangelo di Romagna – Gambettola – Ponte Pietra – Forlimpopoli – Fratta

Fratta – San Marino

San Marino is an icon of the Romagna cycling tourism. Monte Titano is the height closest to the coast and is also a classic destination for excursions and training that start from the Riviera or from the immediate hinterland. The path from Fratta provides a long warm – up along the plain with a few short climbs to break the rhythm gently. The passage from the wonderful historical village of Verucchio will be the occasion for a panoramic stop with few equals, a medieval village where time seems to have stopped.

Training tip

The length of the route is here combined with a manageable altitude difficulty, as a long stretch of plain and easy seemingly flat ground allow you to arrive at the final alert prepared and without having spent too much energy. The arrival on Mount Titano offers unparalleled views not only to the coast but also to the hinterland, dominated by Mount Carpegna, place of training for Marco Pantani. This path, if faced with regularity is recommended in the initial phase of the training.

Find out more on interactive map

Points of interests: Cesena, la Biblioteca Malatestiana – Strada Vini e Sapori Colli Forlì e Cesena – Santarcangelo di Romagna – Le Tele Romagnole – Verucchio – San Marino – Longiano – Bertinoro

Slopes: San Marino – Bertinoro