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Italy (local)

This page lists all reports that for Italy only that do not involve other countries.
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All descriptions are in English, unless otherwise noted.

Tours (continued)

Costiera amalfitana, Cilento e Pollino in bicicletta
by alex, tour started August 2011, submitted 13 October 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

Grande viaggio. A spasso in bici per l'Italia (Campania, Basilicata, Calabria) troppo spesso snobbata e ora davvero riscoperta. Quasi 500 chilometri tra costiere mozzafiato, parchi naturali, montagne e paesini dimenticati e indimenticabili.

Il tutto in sella alla bici pieghevole, stupefacente per la sua tenuta e agilità in salita. Inoltre nessuna foratura, ma è difficile attribuirne il merito a dei normalissimi copertoni da città; evidentemente anche la fortuna aiuta.

Uniche pecche: in pianura, in cui superare i 20 km/h diventa un'utopia, oltre quelli si pedala praticamente a vuoto, e il sellino di serie scomodissimo, assolutamente da cambiare per il prossimo viaggio.

1° tappa: Napoli - Positano, 75 km
Da Napoli si scende lungo la litoranea fino a Torre Annunziata, saltellando sul sellino per effetto della strada dissestata e ammirando il Vesuvio sulla sinistra. Breve pausa a Castellammare, colorata per l'occasione (non si sa bene quale) di gialla e di blu! [...]

2° tappa: Positano - Agnone, 120 km
Ottima colazione suggerita dal turista Frank al Bar del Sole di Praiano, il sole sorride anche sulla schiuma del Cappuccino! Dunque Amalfi, bella quanto affollata e insostenibile (economicamente parlando), come un po' tutta la Costiera. Da vedere anche Vietri sul Mare, famosa per le sue ceramiche. [...]

3° tappa: Agnone - Lauria, 130 km
La tappa più tosta, salite con strappi al 12%, le peggiori fino ad Ascea e Pisciotta. Per un tratto bisogna spingere a braccia perché la strada è anche dissestata (''è così da quarant'anniâ'', dice un abitante). [...]

4° tappa: Lauria - Cosenza, 150 km
Sveglia anticipata di un'ora per affrontare il Parco del Pollino prima delle ore calde. E in effetti sulla discesa da Mormanno (900 m) a circa 40 km/h si sente un bel freschetto. [...]

See all 4 reports by alex

Dai Colli Euganei alla Riviera del Brenta
by Fernando Da Re, tour started October 2011, submitted 11 October 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

Questa è la descrizione che unisce i due itinerari: il comprensorio Colli Euganei con la Riviera del Brenta entrambi tra i più suggestivi e visitati del Veneto.

See all 43 reports by Fernando Da Re

Cicloturismo Toscana
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started July 2011, submitted 22 July 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

Middle Italy bike tour. 300 km from Rome to Florence. 3 days

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Sardegna
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started April 2008, submitted 22 July 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

Sardegna bike tour. 400 km from Olbia to Cagliari

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Sella Ronda bike days July 2011
by Iris Mueck, tour started July 2011, submitted 22 July 2011
Europe: Italy

A bicycle tour round the Sella Massive is a bicyclists dream. Dream with me and enjoy the report and the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

climb the Campologo
Giro dell'Italia in bici da corsa per il 150-esimo dell'Unità
by Mariano Anderle, tour started May 2011, submitted 15 June 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

1500 chilometri in giro per l'Italia per celebrare il 150-esimo dell'Unità toccando in un abbraccio simbolico tutte le Regioni!

Da Pergine Valsugana (Trento) fino a Torino percorrendo lo stivale in senso orario.

Per la descrizione tappa per tappa si veda il sito: www.italia150inbici.com

Campo di papaveri nella Murgia
ciclosinfonia nella terra di A. Salieri
by Fernando Da Re, tour started April 2011, submitted 28 March 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

Seconda parte.

Il percorso porta su terre di confine della Bassa Veronese, fino a poco tempo fa dimenticate dai più, fuori rotta per il turismo (se si escludono alcuni siti). Gli elementi di attrazione non mancano. Il tono dimesso delle strade e delle abitazioni, la semplicità della gente, l'assenza di grande arterie di traffico non ci devono tenere lontani da questa porzione di provincia, tranquillamente visitabile ''su due ruote'', che offre paesaggio e arte.

See all 43 reports by Fernando Da Re

Sardinia by bike
by Joanjo & Helena, tour started April 2010, submitted 9 March 2011
Europe: Italy
language: Catalan

With point of departure and arrival in Porto Torres, a travel through northern half of the island of Sardinia.

Ciclosinfonia nella terra di Antoni Salieri
by Fernando Da Re, tour started October 2010, submitted 24 February 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

Il percorso porta a scoprire la cosiddetta Bassa Veronese con il suo fascino discreto e melanconico. Richiama il rapporto fra uomo, terra ed acqua che da sempre convivono.

Lontano dai grandi centri del traffico, la natura si offre al visitatore lento, colorata in primavera, sonnacchiosa nell'afa estiva, avvolta nei colori sgargianti dell'autunno, sfumata e fiabesca tra le nebbie e le galaverne invernali. Percorso facile tutto in pianura, in parte sterrato, ma con fondo in buone condizioni.

See all 43 reports by Fernando Da Re

Colli Euganei: una lunga ciclabile
by Fernando Da Re, tour started November 2010, submitted 4 February 2011
Europe: Italy
language: it

E come foglia cadente sospinta dal vento e che troverà dimora dopo lento girovagare, così senza meta può essere anche l'incontro della bicicletta con questo territorio. Di qua o di là, sul piano o sul pendio, in discesa o lungo il fiume, liberamente il cicloturista, trova emozioni nel lento procedere. La bicicletta disegna le sue evoluzioni e lungo il fluire delle linee, le ruote incrociano i liberi pensieri.

See all 43 reports by Fernando Da Re

Scanuppia and other Trails in the Lago di Garda Area
by Erik Nomden, tour started October 2010, submitted 4 December 2010
Europe: Italy

The lake Garda is the mountain bike paradise of Europe and there are many roads that lead up into the mountains. Some of these roads are a challenge and some roads are a major challenge. And then there is one tremendous challenge: the Scanuppia, a concrete road that is leading upwards from Besenello to the small natural area of Scanuppia, which is the steepest ascent of Europe and maybe the steepest ascent of the World. Reports speak of gradients of 45 %. Whether it is possible to actually cycle there remains a mystery, yet there seem to be people who have made it. And so I would be able to do so myself, I try to convince myself. And while we are around now, we may just as well give it a try.

See all 13 reports by Erik Nomden

Marco and me at work on the Scanuppia
Etsch Valley Bike Path - South Tyrol
by Suzanne Gibson, tour started September 2010, submitted 6 November 2010
Europe: Italy

The last tour of the season - that is if the weather cooperates. The plan is as simple as it is elegant. We take the train from Munich to Landeck in Austria. From there it is a short bus ride to Nauders near the top of the Reschen Pass and the border to Italy. That saves riding in unpleasant traffic, not to mention a hefty climb! From Reschen in South Tyrol it's downhill (almost) all the way.

See all 25 reports by Suzanne Gibson

Riding the Etsch Bike Path
Tuscany hill towns
by Patrick Keogh, tour started September 2010, submitted 9 October 2010
Europe: Italy

This blog is the record of a cycle touring holiday in Tuscany during September 2010. The trip included Volterra, Siena, Pienza, Montepulciano and Cortona. Extensive use was made of secondary roads including strade bianche.

The blog should be read in conjunction with the planning information that is in this wiki http://holidaykeogh.pbworks.com/ and more photographs that are in this Flickr set http://www.flickr.com/photos/patrick_keogh/sets/72157625071265988/.

View from Montepulciano
Lana 2006 Tour
by Iris Mueck, tour started August 2005, submitted 13 August 2010
Europe: Italy

Again Lana... Lana has become another standard tour. This time we concentrated on Passo Lavazze and the Passo Timmelsjoch.... Enjoy the picture! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

looking back - serpentines on Timmelsjoch
Lana 2003 Tour
by Iris Mueck, tour started August 2003, submitted 13 August 2010
Europe: Italy

Lana again... has become another standard tour. As Lana is located so central, like a big gate to well known summits, like Passo Mendola, Passo Palade (Gampenpass), Passo Lavazze, Sella Ronda, etc. This time we tried hiking beside biking.... Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

climbing up
Lana 2002 Tour
by Iris Mueck, tour started August 2002, submitted 13 August 2010
Europe: Italy

Lana has become another standard tour. As Lana is located so central, like a big gate to well known summits, like Passo Mendola, Passo Palade (Gampenpass), Passo Lavazze, Sella Ronda, etc. This time we tried a short trip to the Passo Stelvio. Enjoy the picture! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

on side ways to Passo Stelvio
Cesenatico Training Tour 2002
by Iris Mueck, tour started April 2002, submitted 13 August 2010
Europe: Italy

Some guys went down to Cesenatico by car, we joined them... Cesenatico is nearby Rimini, with a very good gastronomic infrastructure. This people are prepared to welcome bicyclists. The surroundings of Cesenatico are scenic: San Marino, Nove Colli and more... A good and rather cheap training place in spring time... This has been more a bicycle club oriented tour. Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

relax in Cesenatico
Sicily Tour 2003
by Iris Mueck, tour started May 2003, submitted 9 August 2010
Europe: Italy

After the good experience on the Amalfi coast, we tried further South: Sicily. For a round trip to large... Anyway, we climbed up the Etna road (elevation round 2.000 meters). We had a rest day at the city of Belpaso. This people understand to live! I remember an excellent Grappa, we have been offered...!

Leaving Belpaso, we followed the costal road to Messina. Crossing the sea street by ferry. We went up the Aspromonte mountain range. Interesting experience. We continued in going back by ferry to Island Sicily and followed the North costal road. Wonderful climbs, untouched nature. Interesting little villages; often found on top of a mountain. Going back 'home' (to the airport Cantania), has been a very powerful ride, because of the high numer of hills... Good luck to all the followers.

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

Heide auf der Aschenbahn
Lana & car free day on Stelvio
by Iris Mueck, tour started August 2009, submitted 8 August 2010
Europe: Italy

1st day: start at Innsbruck (after a night travel by train): Innsbruck - Brennero - Lana (a wonderful bike path down the Eisack valley). Distance: 140 kilometres.
2nd day: Lana - on the bike path to Trento and back. Distance: 115 kilometres.
3rd day: Lana - Prad - Stilfer Joch - Umbrail - Santa Maria - Meran - Lana. Distance: 176 kilometres.
4th day: rest day (it is not recommended to go by bicycle to any Alpine road due to heavy traffic of motorcycles).
5th day: Lana - Kastern - Sant Nicolo - Mendel Pass - Gampenpass - Lana. Distance: 90 kilometres.
6th day: Lana (by train to Mals) - by bicycle to Reschenpass (a new wonderful bike path), and on the ``Inntalradweg'' to Landeck.
by train, back to Vienna. Distance: (by bicycle) 90 kilometres.

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

Along the living apple gardens
Cinque Terre Tour 2004
by Iris Mueck, tour started June 2004, submitted 4 August 2010
Europe: Italy

By train from Vienna to Milano. Following the route 'Milano - San Remo'... Left the route near Genova and riding the Cinque Terre coastal road. Visiting Carrara. Back home via the Passo Cisa. And further North along the Lago di Garda. Hit the train again at Innsbruck. Good luck to followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

Passo Cisa
Amalfi Coast
by Iris Mueck, tour started June 2002, submitted 4 August 2010
Europe: Italy

One of the best tours in Europe. Fun, good weather, good landscape. Down the Amalfi coast - like Hwy 1 in California. Good luck to all the followers!

See all 84 reports by Iris Mueck

typical costal view
Riviera del Brenta:cento ville e una ciclabile che non c'è.
by Fernando Da Re, tour started April 2010, submitted 2 May 2010
Europe: Italy
language: it

Spesso chiamata ciclabile, della ciclabile non ha nessuna caratteristica. Questo itinerario lungo il naviglio Brenta, detta Riviera, delude l'appassionato cicloturista che pensa di trovare l'interesse architettonico del paesaggio, sposato con il viaggiare lento, con la serenità dell'osservazione, con la tranquillità della propria sicurezza.

Un peccato veramente che queste caratteristiche, presenti nelle più note ciclabili europee, non siano presenti in questo luogo, vero gioiello italiano e mondiale.

See all 43 reports by Fernando Da Re

Sicilia by bike
by Conrad Philipp, tour started April 2009, submitted 12 November 2009
Europe: Italy
language: en, de, fr

Nach der Ankunft und einer ausgedehnten Stadtbesichtigung in Catania radelten war nach Süden um anschließend in das 1000 m hoch gelegene Gebirge bei Ferla in Richtung Westen. Nach einer Erkundung des Valle del Anapo führten kleinere Straßen durch urtümliche Dörfern nach Norden. Den Ätna in Sicht erwischte uns ein Regenschauer. Es sollte nicht der letzte bleiben, denn wir hatten auf dieser Tour leider etwas Pech mit dem Wetter gehabt. Auf 1200 m Höhe waren wir über der Wolkenschicht uns zelteten am Südhang des Vulkans. Mit -8°C Außentemperatur wurde es in der anschließenden Nacht recht frisch. Am nächsten Tag fuhren wir bis zur Seilstation auf 1900 m Höhe und wanderten den Rest bis auf eine Höhe von 3000m. Nebel und der nahende Sonnenuntergang zwangen uns zur Umkehr. Auf einer Eigenkonstruktion aus Plastikflaschen rutschten wir den vereisten Hang ins Tal und zelten erneut im Gebirge (- 2°C im Zelt). Das Bergmassiv fast einmal umrundet arbeiteten wir uns über den Portella Femmina Morta Miraglia - mit 1524 m der höchste Pass der Insel. Wir sehnten uns nach dem Meer, denn während der Abfahrt war zäher Nebel und nur drei Grad. An der Nordküste erlebten wir sonnige Etappen und abschließend entspannende Tage in der quirligen Hauptstadt Palermo.

See all 17 reports by Conrad Philipp

Pregnant by bike
by Koen Beliën, tour started July 2006, submitted 18 October 2009
Europe: Italy
language: nl

Our bike tour from Florence to Rome.

See all 3 reports by Koen Beliën

Dolomites 2009
by Allan Nelson, tour started 2008, submitted 7 October 2009
Europe: Italy

An account of a 6 day bike/tandem tour based in Arabba at the foot of the Passo Pordoi in September 2009. Includes daily ride reports, route maps, lots of photos and details on how we got there - and how we got on! The rides include ascents of the following passes... Passo Giau, Falzarego, Pordoi, Sella, Gardena, Campolongo, Valparola, Tre Croci, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Duran and Staulanza.

''the last stretches to the top were crazy. I was basically pedalling through thick snow. After reaching the top we hurriedly got our photos taken by the summit sign and got ready for the descent

And this descent was going to be an education. Very few times in my life have I actually feared for my mortality, but believe me, this was going to be an extreme experience in cold, terror and emotion''

See all 5 reports by Allan Nelson

The tandem - ascending the Passo Sella
Touring in Tuscany
by Suzanne Gibson, tour started April 2009, submitted 30 May 2009
Europe: Italy

A leisurely tour in Tuscany, just two weeks but time enough for a flirt with its hills without getting too involved. We have fun cycling the streets of Florence, Pisa and Lucca, take our time visiting Medici villas and Renaissance gardens and get lovely views of the Tuscan countryside in the spring.

See all 25 reports by Suzanne Gibson

Lovely Tuscan countryside in the spring
Bicycle Camping in Tuscany and Latium
by Michel Laliberté, tour started September 2008, submitted 28 February 2009
Europe: Italy
language: en, fr

A three-week, 800 km cyclotouring trip across beautiful Italy (mostly camping) from Livorno to Rome, with a detour to the Cinque Terre, passing through Pisa, Firenze, Siena, Montepulciano, Lago di Chiusi, Lago di Bolsena and Lago Bracciano. Practical informations about traveling and camping in Italy and going there by train from Switzerland.

See all 7 reports by Michel Laliberté

The Ponte Vecchio in Florence
Vom Reschenpaß zum Gardasee
by Olaf, tour started September 2008, submitted 30 November 2008
Europe: Italy
language: de

Mit dem Rad unterwegs während der Apfelernte im schönen Etschtal

Von Meran in die Radmetrole Bozen, dann 'rüber zum Gardasee.

Bei Traumwetter ließen wir uns über den See schippern.

Die Abschlußetappe führte uns noch nach Brescia.

See all 4 reports by Olaf

Radweg im Etschtal
Day Rides in Northern Tuscany
by Kirby James, tour started April 2008, submitted 28 June 2008
Europe: Italy

These pages describe a series of day rides based around Lucca in Northern Tuscany. The rides visit

  • Diecimo
  • Bagni di Lucca
  • Collodi
  • Castelnuovo di Gafangnana
  • Isola Santa
  • Galleria del Cipollaio
  • Forte dei Marni
  • Marina di Pietrasanta, and
  • Camaiore

See all 6 reports by Kirby James

Cyclists in Lucca's Via Fillungo
Alto Adige, Friuli e Cadore
by Alberto Pedrotti, tour started July 2004, submitted 4 June 2008
Europe: Italy
language: it

Un percorso alla scoperta delle Alpi Orientali che combina in maniera piuttosto equa bicicletta ed escursionismo in montagna.

See all 6 reports by Alberto Pedrotti

Via dei Saraceni
by Mummu, tour started July 2008, submitted 3 April 2008
Europe: Italy
language: it

Via dei Saraceni: 12 (junior) e 13 luglio (senior) 2008, tracciato di Salice d'Ulzio (Souze d'Oux).

Competizione aperta a tutti, professionisti e non. 38 km con un dislivello totale di 1050 metri quasi completamente su sterrato.

Itinerario:
Partendo dal centro di Sauze D'Oulx ci si inoltra all'interno del Parco Naturale del Gran Bosco di Salbertrand; attraversando un fitto bosco di conifere si giunge sulla strada più alta d'Europa tra la cresta spartiacque che divide la Valle di Susa dalla Valle Chisone. Questo è il tratto più impegnativo, con una salita di 15 km che permette di raggiungere la vetta del monte Genevris a quota 2540 mt. Arrivo in leggera salita.

Via dei Saraceni
Sardinien
by Conrad Philipp, tour started March 2005, submitted 31 March 2008
Europe: Italy
language: de

Während unserer zweiwöchigen Tour sind wir mehr als 1200 km gefahren und konnten die Insel einmal umrunden. Zudem war Sardinien deutlich welliger als wir vorher gedacht hätten, was für die 12.000 zurück gelegten Höhenmeter spricht. Das Wetter war sehr angenhem: kein Regen, viel Sonne und nur teilweise Gegenwind. Zudem war die Landschaft sehr abwechslungsreich. Von Traumstränden bis zu Gebirgspässen war alles dabei.

See all 17 reports by Conrad Philipp

Bicycle tour in Italy - Tuscany, Umbria
by Glen and Margaret Netherwood, tour started October 2007, submitted 25 November 2007
Europe: Italy

Our bicycle tour in Italy started on October 6, 2007 with our arrival in Rome. After sightseeing in Rome we took the train to Orvieto and cycled up the hill to our first overnight stop. Over the next 3 weeks we cycled across Umbria and Tuscany. If you are planning a similar bicycle tour you will find a lot of useful information in our detailed trip Itinerary, day-by-day Trip Report, and the collection of Practical Tips. If you would like to see the beauty of cycling in Italy do not miss the Best Photos. You may also be interested in our recommendations for the best places to see, stay and eat in Top 5.

See all 6 reports by Glen and Margaret Netherwood

Monti Sibillini National Park, Piano Grande, Umbria
Sardinia 2007
by Nick Taylor, tour started October 2007, submitted 2 November 2007
Europe: Italy

A six-day circular tour around the island of Sardinia. 619km cycled, stopping over in Fertilia, Stintino, Oschiri, Cala Gonone, Lanusei, Macomer and final destination Alghero.

Copious amounts of strenuous uphill pedalling, plenty of long speedy descents and hairpins, amazing scenery along coasts and through many ridges and mountains. Wonderful welcomes and hospitality from the locals, and some quirky, but lovely, local culinary specialities.

Despite the need for extra effort, Sardinia is strongly recommended!

See all 6 reports by Nick Taylor

Nuraghe: ancient towers punctuating Sardinia's ``flatter'' regions
I più bei percorsi per l'extreme bike
by Manu, tour started 2007, submitted 6 August 2007
Europe: Italy
language: it

Info pratiche su dove fare downhill, freeride, cross in Italia con segnalazione di 4 percorsi per l'estate: Oropa, Livigno, Pila e soprattutto Val di Sole sede dei mondiali di downhill 2008. Anticipazioni sui mondiali Mtb 2007 e 2008.

Venice to Rome by Bike
by Gene Nacey, tour started May 2007, submitted 6 August 2007
Europe: Italy
language: en, it

This was written as a ``Daily Blog'' of my bike trip from Venice to Rome. I had taken some Italian Courses at the University of Pittsburgh, and made friends with various Italians on the internet through an instant message program called SKYPE. I recruited my Italian Teacher to drive a support car, and I rode my bike. I was able to meet with 4 different people/families that I met online in my quest to learn the language and experience the ``real culture'' of the country. There are MANY pictures, and also quite a few VIDEOS of this trip. All links to photos and videos can be found on the index page. There is also a separate page for each day of the journey - my daily ``diary'' of surprises, delights, frustrations, and revelations. Even though I had only cycled in Italy before with organized cycling groups, I had an amazing trip doing this one alone. I am in the process of translating each day's blog into Italian, and eventually I'll try to post each day's road notes or route as well.

See all 3 reports by Gene Nacey

Drying Out in Orvieto
Sardinienrundfahrt
by Hubert Becker, tour started June 2007, submitted 19 July 2007
Europe: Italy
language: de

Eine anspruchsvolle Radrundtour auf Sardinien in 13 Tagesetappen über insgesamt 1126 km, Tagesetappen zwischen 60 und 110 Kilometern.

See all 29 reports by Hubert Becker

Wild pigs near Genna Silana
North-central Italy tour
by Caleb Schiff, tour started May 2007, submitted 15 July 2007
Europe: Italy

In May, 2007, I spent 15 days cycling in north-central Italy and covered about 1600 km (990 miles). I cannot understate how great the trip was and I suggest anyone who is eager for culture, amazing food, adventure, and a physical and mental challenge to follow in my tracks. Wine-lovers will also find this route especially pleasing.

The route begins and ends at Milan Centrale train station, providing an easy connection to the rest of Europe. Overall, the trip was flawless with only one flat tire. The route would be best suited for anyone who wants to cover lots of miles and see the main sights of north-central Italy (e.g. Venice, Tuscany, Cinque Terre, and Langhe/Roero). Although my trip was great, I would make some changes, and these are suggested below. I've briefly described the route and sights for each day. Please feel free to contact me for more specific information and advice (calebschiff@gmail.com).

Sella Ronda Bike Day: tour dei passi delle Dolomiti
by Voiaganto.it, tour started July 2007, submitted 6 July 2007
Europe: Italy
language: it

Info, mappa del percorso, foto dell'edizione 2006 e link intorno al famoso Sella Ronda bike day, che segue un tour dei passi dolomitici (Passo Pordoi, Passo Sella, Passo Gardena e Passo Campolongo).

See all 2 reports by Voiaganto.it

Foto ufficiale Sella Ronda bike day
tour in sicily, summer 2006
by by Davide & Vladimiro, tour started August 2006, submitted 2 May 2007
Europe: Italy
language: it

Agosto 2006: 1.000 km lungo la costa siciliana da Palermo a Trapani, Marsala, Mazara, Agrigento, Ragusa, Siracusa, Catania, Messina e tutti i bellissimi paesini incontrati.

Mare, sole, arte, storia, sapori e profumi dell'isola al centro del mediterraneo, dove hanno attraccato e hanno lasciato tracce della loro cultura Fenici, Greci, Romani, Arabi, Normanni, Spagnoli, da Ulisse e Archimede, a Federico II, fino a Garibaldi e ai giorni nostri

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