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Via Della Costa Italy

60Morris

Life's a JOURNEY, not a RACE
Camino(s) past & future
2015 Frances 2016 Portugues 2017 VDLP 2018 Francigena 2018 Porto Coastal 2019 Primitivo 2020 Norte
We are planning to walk the Via Della Costa in May 2018. We find limited information in English. We would like to know more about the route, accommodation, basically whether it is a recommended route. We enjoy the quieter, more remote routes. Any information would be appreciated.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Via Francigena 2009/11/14, Monaco-Lindau '15, Assisi-Pietralcina '17
C.F. april-may '18
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HI. I can recommend this websitehttp://viadellacosta.it/
is also in English
 

giorgio

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2000), Puy (03), VDLP(04), Arles(05), Paris/London(06), Norte(07),Vezelay(09), Levante(10),Madrid(13),CF(15),CF(16)
Have walked the section Ventimiglia-Genova . Most of it on paved roads , walking next to main road Via Aurelia , then crossing the many towns always along the seaside , some km's on dismissed railways . It's a sort of long urban walk with ,of course , a beautiful view over the sea.
The section after Genova to Sarzana is more inland with more ups and downs and less urban mileage.
For a quiet walk across Italy would recommend the Via Francigena ,of which you can find a lot of info on this forum.
Should you need some more details feel free to send a PM
Giorgio
 

60Morris

Life's a JOURNEY, not a RACE
Camino(s) past & future
2015 Frances 2016 Portugues 2017 VDLP 2018 Francigena 2018 Porto Coastal 2019 Primitivo 2020 Norte
Have walked the section Ventimiglia-Genova . Most of it on paved roads , walking next to main road Via Aurelia , then crossing the many towns always along the seaside , some km's on dismissed railways . It's a sort of long urban walk with ,of course , a beautiful view over the sea.
The section after Genova to Sarzana is more inland with more ups and downs and less urban mileage.
For a quiet walk across Italy would recommend the Via Francigena ,of which you can find a lot of info on this forum.
Should you need some more details feel free to send a PM
Giorgio
Thanks, helpful information. We now consider Lucca - Rome. We have approx 16 days to walk. Will contact you should we need more info.
 

giorgio

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2000), Puy (03), VDLP(04), Arles(05), Paris/London(06), Norte(07),Vezelay(09), Levante(10),Madrid(13),CF(15),CF(16)

VeganCamino

Member
Camino(s) past & future
Future Frances from Saint Jean Pied du Port to Burgos, starting in June.
We are planning to walk the Via Della Costa in May 2018. We find limited information in English. We would like to know more about the route, accommodation, basically whether it is a recommended route. We enjoy the quieter, more remote routes. Any information would be appreciated.
So curious where you walked and what your experience was like. Thanks for sharing.
 

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