460 km of minor paved roads and dirt roads through the villages, vineyards, fortresses and castles of Romagna.

Not-to-miss stages

Discover 30 municipalities, 20 villages, dozens of basilicas/cathedrals, museums and historical monuments

Safe roads

Ride on secondary roads and pleasant dirt tracks

Map and GPX file

Navigate without ever losing your way

The Via Romagna route

A permanent cycle route covering 462 km crossing Romagna from north to south, from Comacchio to San Giovanni Marignano.

Download gpx track

?The downloadable GPX track of this tour is published for information purposes only. The content is not intended to be definitive of the suggested route. Periodical assessments of the density of traffic, safety and changes to the Highway Code could lead to variations in the suggested route?.

Getting ready for Via Romagna

A list of tips to live the adventure and enjoy an unforgettable experience on the roads of Via Romagna.


  • two cycling kits (jersey, shorts)
  • windproof/rainproof jacket
  • sunglasses
  • relaxation clothing

Safety and tools

  • sun cream
  • clothing / elastic bands with reflective elements
  • front and rear light
  • helmet
  • first aid kit
  • puncture kit and spare inner tube (also for tubeless!)
  • multi-tools and cable ties
  • energy bars and mineral salts


  • touring or bikepacking bags
  • 2 flasks
  • GPS navigation device
  • Battery charger for GPS and phone
  • power bank
  • camera
  • notepad

Official material

  • official GPX track of Via Romagna
  • material provided by the organisation

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The itinerary that comprises stages over 400 km long that links the most important historical towns and the most fascinating areas that are rich in history, culture and tradition in Romagna.

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