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From Petriolo to They Piceno to the discovery of the cooked wine and traditions to be rediscovered

Partence from the rental point in Petriolo Castle, which surely deserves a walk between the alleys, churches and afflicts on the hills (on all of that from St. Martin's Square).

It is part of leaving the castle, passing under the Torrione (Porta Rondella or Lu Torriò as it is said from these parts) dating back to the early 1500, to continue along a downhill road and get to the scenic and untransitioned Via delle Grazie, where you can stop to admire the view of the hills.

You then continue along the paved road for a couple of km, to then make an intimate and panoramic detour along a stretch of gravel road and a short dirt stretch.

At this point you go down, again in the paved and untransitioned road, towards the Urbisaglia Archaeological Park, to date back to the borough of Their Piceno along a shallow asphalt road.
Here to They Piceno cannot miss the visit at least to a cellar to discover the cooked wine, whose production here is a centurial tradition.
We advise you to visit the numerous museums in the borough.

We are now embarking on the return to the borgo of Petriolo, following the scenic route.

The tour snows in a path of about 30 km.

Altitude massima420 m
Minimum Altitude : 120 m

Path : 3.99 km
Road : 4 km
Strada : 21.6 km

Unpaved : 3.44 km
Sterrate : 1 km
Lastricted : 10.1 km
Asfalto : 12.7 km

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