Week end on the roads of the Randonnée of Assisi


€130 per person

COD. 110 / Week end on the roads of the Randonnée of Assisi

A journey of over 200 kilometers with departure and arrival in Assisi, which winds through one of the most characteristic and well known-central part of Umbria. Overcoming rolling hills and ups and downs, cycling through vineyards and olive groves, you will discover some of the most beautiful cities in the region, such as Foligno, Spoleto, Todi, Perugia, Spello, Bevagna, Montefalco and much more.

An extraordinary journey together with your travel card, to be stamped at the rando points along the route, to obtain the patent as the real randonneeurs. Only that you can do it in two days instead of one, having more time to enjoy the views, visit the villages and the cities, taste good wine and good food

The itinerary develops in the heart of Umbria, touching some of the most famous and evocative centers as well as Assisi, such as Foligno, Spoleto, Todi and Perugia. To these are added the small characteristic villages that have made Umbria famous, such as Bevagna, Trevi, Montefalco, Massa Martana. All this always trying to take advantage of roads with little traffic and proposing some roads and areas not well known, such as the stretch between Spoleto and Todi. The two longest climbs are those of the pass of Viepri and of Perugia, but do not have important slopes. To these, however, there are numerous short but challenging climbs that characterize the region and contribute to a height difference of over 2,500 meters. The path is still challenging and requires a good level of training. A cyclist who trains regularly a couple of times a week can face it without any problem. The recommended bike is the racing bike with front compact crankset.

  • Route
    Assisi-Spello-Foligno-Bevagna-Montefalco-Spoleto-Massa Martana-Todi-Marsciano-Perugia-Assisi
  • Total kilometers
    212 km
  • Elevation gain
    2650 m
  • Road surface
  • Included
Day 1
Individual arrival in Assisi, with delivery of the rando kit (travel card, rando point list, roadbook) and first overnight stay. Assisi is the city of Francesco and one of the most mystical and well-known places in the world. If you can arrive in the early afternoon so you can enjoy a ride around the center, admiring the churches and historic buildings. A visit to the Basilica of San Francesco is also a must.
Day 2 – Assisi-Bastardo (110km)
The first stage leaves behind Assisi to head towards the plain towards Spello and then Foligno. From here you will reach Bevagna and then face the first rough day to climb to Montefalco, from where you can admire a fantastic view. You will pass near Trevi before entering Spoleto, from where a rather demanding stretch starts, but very suggestive and far from the traffic, before arriving near Bastardo.
Day 3 – Bastardo-Assisi (102km)
It immediately begins to climb towards the pass of Viepri, before descending on Massa Martana and then reaching Todi, from where you enter the Tiber valley. After Marsciano you will start a wavy and very scenic stretch, which will take you to the foot of the climb of Perugia between small villages and cultivated fields. Once you have visited the historic center of the Umbrian capital, it will be all down and plain until the final climb that will bring you back to Assisi.



By plane
"San Francesco d'Assisi" International Airport of Umbria Perugia - Sant'Egidio 15 km from the center of Assisi - Tel. +39 075 592 141
Ticket office: Tel. +39 075 592 1432/3 - Fax +39 075 692 9562
By train
You can get to Assisi directly by train. Schedules and prices on the websites From the station you can reach the center by taxi or bus.
By car
Depending on the places of departure there are various routes to reach Assisi quickly. Coming from the north (Milan, Florence), the best exit for Assisi on the A1 motorway is Valdichiana, from which the highway SS75bis enters Umbria from Lake Trasimeno and proceeds to Assisi. Coming from the south (Rome), always via the A1 motorway, the best exit to reach Assisi is that of Orte, and then continue on the SS204 (direction Terni) first, and the E45 highway, from Terni to Assisi, then. Driving along the A14 motorway, for those coming from the north the best way to reach Assisi is to leave the highway at the exit for Cesena and via the E45 highway reach first Città di Castello and then Assisi. For those coming from the south, the recommended exit is Civitanova Marche, from where you can use the new fast road SS77var to Foligno and then continue to Assisi.
Once the booking is complete, you will receive hotel vouchers and other booked services via e-mail. The gps of the tour, the road book and the list of hotels, as well as the rules on how to use the rando kit and how to obtain the "Randagi" patent will be provided via e-mail. Upon your arrival at the hotel you will find a travel kit consisting of a map of Umbria, a small gadget of Umbria & Bike, a paper format of the road book of each single stage, travelcard kit with travel card. In case you have also booked a bike rental, you will find them ready at the hotel on your arrival.

From € 130 in Hotel and Farmhouse

Duration: 3 days - 2 nights

Difficulty: ●●●● ◌

Type of holiday: Self guided individual

Departures: every day from 1/3 to 1/11

Recommended bicycle: race

The price includes:

2 nights with breakfast

Road book, kit rando and informative material


The fee does not include:

Tourist tax where expected

Anything else not expressly understood


Luggage transport € 200

Rent a racing bike with helmet € 90