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The cycle-pedestrian track between Bagno and San Piero

The cycle-pedestrian track between Bagno and San Piero

For some time now, a cycle-pedestrian path has joined Bagno di Romagna to San Piero in Bagno, skirting the SP 138 on one side and the Savio river on certain sides.


Over 2 km usable for quiet walks, on foot or by bicycle, in complete safety, day and night: a green strip separates the track from the provincial road, along which traffic is streamlined and moderate by three roundabouts, while the route is marked from elegant and frequent lighting points, from benches, fountains, trees.

At the center of the roundabout at the north entrance of Bagno was placed (2009) a monumental sculptural complex in bronze, of high artistic value, the work of Leonardo Lucchi, which is inspired by the healthy properties of thermal waters. In fact, with the splendid territory, make Bagno di Romagna synonymous with "wellness", an active, toned, ideal place to get back in shape: the easy track has become a good habit for citizens and tourists, an "outdoor gym" frequented in every season, for healthy walks, slow sports activities; but also to go to San Piero in Bagno, the capital of the municipality.


To visit the village of San Piero in Bagno.

Its well-preserved historic center is in fact enjoyable with the ease of a walk that allows you to appreciate the two eighteenth-century bridges over the Savio and Rio built by the Grand Duke, the vast square where the weekly crowded market takes place on Wednesdays; the eighteenth-nineteenth-century buildings that enclose it are also spread along the streets where, merging with bourgeois residences and a minute building, they create an urban fabric of Tuscan imprint, with which the classic lines of the parish church, the school building and the municipal seat, built between the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, with the stone joining the brick.

lun, 27 gen 2020 12:11:31 +0000