Welcome to Pontremoli


The centro storico is a long sliver stretching north–south between the Magra and Verde rivers, which have historically served as defensive barriers. Meandering its streets takes you beneath colonnaded arches, through former strongholds of opposing Guelph and Ghibelline factions, and past a 17th-century cathedral and an 18th-century theatre.


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$106.02 Walking & Biking Tours

E-bike tours from La Spezia

The ebike guide will welcome you near La Spezia train station at 8,45 am. You will be given the e-mountain bikes and a short briefing with some instructions about the tour you have chosen. There are 4 tours options:--Classic tour: La Spezia- Cinque terre: After about 30 minutes cycling on the road leading to Portovenere which offers you great views of the gulf, you will start a climb on an abandoned military road that takes you up to the little village of Campiglia which will take approximately 2 hours biking up the hill to 1,312 feet (400 meters) above sea level. From there, you can enjoy breathtaking views over the Gulf of Poets on one side and the sea of the Cinque Terre on the other side. You will reach Riomaggiore, Manarola, Volastra cyclying on paved roads and off road trails. If the tour timing and conditions will be respected, it will be possible to reach Vernazza.The two tours of the Gulf of Poets: A coast of many colors, beautiful and unique villages overlooking the sea, green hills and clear water. The Gulf of La Spezia  was greatly beloved by poets and writers such as Shelley, Byron, Petrarca and Montale. From them it took its name, the Gulf of Poets, which goes from Lerici to Portovenere embracing between two headlands beaches, rugged coastline, blue sea, ancient villages and wild nature. Tellaro, San Terenzo, Fezzano, Le Grazie, the island Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto. --La Spezia- Portovenere: You'll take the road to Portovenere with your guide and cycle passing through the villages of the western side of the Gulf of Poets: Acquasanta - Marola- Cadimare - Fezzano - Le Grazie - Portovenere. This tour mainly take place on paved roads.-- La Spezia- Montemarcello: this is the second part of Gulf of poets tour, the eastern part. You'll cycle on paved roads and off road trails and pass through Fossamastra, Muggiano, San Terenzo, Lerici with its big castle, the small and so beautiful Tellaro, very similar to a Cinque Terre village but less well-known, up to Montemarcello. --Tour of Val di Magra: from La Spezia you'll ride on the road leading to Lerici, then you'll start your route in the inland of the Gulf. You'll visit  Sarzana (the boundary between Etruria and Liguria in Roman times)- Fosdinovo - Castelnuovo - Ameglia Fiumaretta - amphitheater and ruins of Luni, ancient Roman colony.The valley of a hundred castles, villages perched on the hills of ancient churches and unwinds according to a single thread that brings it up to Ameglia from Pontremoli, following the route of the Via Francigena and its variants, despite the irruption of different gentlemen by the Malaspina, Fieschi, the Republic of Genoa, the Medici.Each Tour offers breathtaking views and unforgettable sceneriesEach tour lasts 4 hours and ends at the departure point.