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Some ideas and ideas to follow the paths and itineraries of the Colli Bolognesi riding a bike, between history, food and wine and ancient traditions.

La Piccola Cassia, recently rediscovered and made passable, winds along a stretch of the Apennines that the Romans already used. In the early Middle Ages it became a Lombard road, therefore one of the many itineraries that led to Rome, joining the Via Francigena. Going south it is a suggestive path, full of many historical-religious testimonies (Rocca di Bazzano, Abbey of Monteveglio, Castello di Serravalle and S. Apollinare, Badia, Bombiana, and many other historic towns and villages) and characterized by a landscape rural and natural very interesting. Following this itinerary you can savor the excellence of the territory : we are in fact in the lands of Parmigiano Reggiano, typical Modena and Bolognese salami, Pignoletto and many mountain specialties (see also Typical products page ).

For more information on the route, we recommend you visit the official website of Piccola Cassia:


A 17 km ring route between vineyards and hills with suggestive views over the Rhine Valley.

For more information see the dedicated page .


The Alta Valle del Lavino is a ring route that starts and returns to Calderino and   it contains historic villages, naturalistic features and breathtaking panoramic views of the Monte San Pietro area .

With this itinerary you can discover some excellences of the Colli Bolognesi.

For more information, see the dedicated page .

The Via degli Dei is a historical path that   connects Bologna and Florence along the Apennines, crossing the Bolognese hills in the territory of Casalecchio di Reno.

The route is an unforgettable journey through suggestive places, history and tradition.

Today it has become one of the main tourist attractions of the Apennines: numerous trekking and mountain bike lovers retrace this piece of history while fully enjoying the pristine beauty of these places.

For more information, we recommend consulting the Via degli Dei website:


"Ciclovia del sole" a cycling route immersed in nature from Mirandola to Sala Bolognese will allow you to discover this suggestive area in an alternative and completely eco-friendly way. Also along the route you can find 22 tourist totems to discover all the curiosities of this journey!!!

To find out more, we advise you to visit the official page of the cycle routeClick here

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