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What to see in Fondi

The last stage of the e-bike tour along the Appia Antica starts from Fondi, crossing charming coastal landscapes on panoramic roads that offer breathtaking views of the sea towards Itri. During the journey, it is possible to admire numerous archaeological sites and historical monuments that testify to the importance of the Appia Antica, the ancient Roman road. Cycling along the Appia Antica, you can savor the delicious local products of the area. Fondi is famous for the production of olives and high-quality extra virgin olive oil, which can be tasted at the numerous farms in the area. Furthermore, the area is renowned for its cheeses, such as buffalo mozzarella and pecorino, which pair perfectly with fresh bread and local cold cuts.

What to see in Itri

Continuing along the Appia Antica with e-bikes towards Itri, a charming medieval village located on the hills. Itri is a small town that offers several interesting sights to visit. The narrow and winding streets of the historic center lead to the discovery of ancient stone buildings, historical churches, and picturesque squares that retain the authentic atmosphere of the medieval village. The medieval fortress castle of Itri, located on top of the hill, dominates the surrounding landscape and is one of the symbols of the village. Visiting the castle allows you to admire its imposing walls, medieval towers, and enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding countryside and sea. Itri boasts several historical churches of great artistic and religious interest. Among the most important are the Church of San Michele Arcangelo, the Church of San Giovanni Battista, and the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore. Inside, there are numerous frescoes and works of art of notable historical and artistic importance that allow visitors to discover the history and spirituality of the place.

What to see in Formia

The e-bike tour along the Appia Antica ends in Formia, a charming coastal city. After the ride, you can relax on the city's beautiful beaches and enjoy some well-deserved rest. Formia boasts beautiful golden sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, ideal for relaxing, sunbathing, and taking a refreshing dip. The most famous beaches include Vindicio Beach and Serapo Beach. Among the city's archaeological sites, the most famous is the Mausoleo di Cicerone. Formia is also known for its gastronomy, with famous dishes based on fresh fish and seafood such as the typical clam pasta that will delight even the most demanding palates.


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