Explore the verdant River Santerno Valley by bike or on foot.

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A wonderfully varied route that takes in the Vena del Gesso Romagnola Regional Park, its gypsum ridge forming silvery crags that cut across gently rolling hills to create a unique landscape.

Start out from the vineyards and apricot groves of Mordano and weave your way through woods and chestnut groves to Castel del Rio.

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A wonderfully varied route that takes in the Vena del Gesso Romagnola Regional Park, its gypsum ridge forming silvery crags that cut across gently rolling hills to create a unique landscape.

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In addition to plenty of tasty refreshments along the way, which include a fruit-based finish-line feast in Mordano, registered participants receive a pack complete with a limited-edition numbered jersey.

An experience for everyone

By bike

Ecological and sporty

Choose an MTB, Gravel bike or e-bike!

By foot

Taking tourism nice and slow

Comfy footwear, backpack… get walking!

For everyone

Accessibility

From Mordano to the first fording point the cycle route is accessible to everyone.
A bypass around the first ford extends that accessibility to the second ford.

44 km of stunning scenery

The Santerno Cycle Route is a unique opportunity to discover every secret glimpse of the area between Mordano and Castel del Rio.

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Mordano is the first municipality crossed by the Santerno cycle route
Borgo Tossignano is the fourth municipality crossed by the Santerno cycle route
Imola is the second municipality crossed by the Santerno cycle route
Fontanelice is the fifth municipality crossed by the Santerno cycle route
Casalfiumanese is the third municipality crossed by the Santerno cycle route
Castel del Rio is the sixth municipality crossed by the Santerno cycle route