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St. Vicinius’ Way

300 km / 210 km in Emilia-Romagna

St. Vicinius’ Way follows a circular route which extends for almost 350 kilometres between the provinces of Forli-Cesena, Arezzo and Rimini and which in many stretches is superimposed on the ancient Roman road system.

Dedicated to St. Vicinius, the first bishop of Sarsina between the 4th and 5th centuries and a key person in the evangelisation process of the province of Ravenna, it winds through the places that typify the life of the saint, basically following the Savio Valley between Monte Fumaiolo and the Adriatic Sea.

Today the trail not only passes through important natural environments which are unique and picturesque with their flora and fauna, such as the Casentinesi Forests National Park ...
Monte Falterona and Campigna, which has obtained recognition as Unesco Heritage, but also offers an experience of peace and meditation in some important places of Christian spirituality such as the Madonna del Monte at Cesena and the Basilica of St Vicinius in Sarsina where it is still possible to see the rite of the Saint’s Collar.

The ring route of the trail leads to the Sanctuary of La Verna, the “Holy Face” in Borgo San Sepolcro in Tuscany and the picturesque Hermitage of Camaldoli, a centre of meditation and spirituality.

Together with the more important places of worship, the trail brings you to small sanctuaries and country churches of even more remote origins which, being located in remote places, are still the object of local devotion and contribute to passing down that atmosphere of spirituality which is partly due to their particular natural location.

The route joins the Romea Germanica Way and St. Francis Way.
St. Vicinius’ Way is listed in the Atlas of Paths of the Mibact.



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Events and places

Find all the other dates and events along the trail

From those of national importance to the more characteristic and picturesque and the points of interest for tourists along the trail.

Further events on this route will be available shortly

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From hospitality in the villages of the Apennines and Po Valley Plain to the Resorts, Hotels and Bed & Breakfast of the hills and cities of art.
Choose your holiday immersed in the nature and culture of Emilia Romagna.

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From the natural parks to the monumental trees, green areas and fountains.
Discover natural places of interest of the region and the trail.

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Pilgrim's Bag

Food & wine and Typical Products

From dairy specialities to traditional quality foods and Doc and Docg wines that you can taste along the trail.
Discovering the patrimony of food and wine of Emilia-Romagna.

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From places of religious interest and accommodation to the Saints and Blessed that distinguish some Trails and the Dioceses of Emilia-Romagna

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Legs & Open Data

Accommodations, points of interest, stops and GPS routes to build your application.
This is the section where APT Servizi Emilia Romagna provides freely all the data available on the Trail.