The Cammino Balteo is a circular hiking itinerary of almost 350 km. A journey through culture and history through an area dotted with ancient villages and imposing castles, immersed in a varied landscape that alternates woods and pastures with vegetable gardens and vineyards.

The route develops mainly in the valley bottom and on the medium altitude slopes with an altitude between 350 and 1900 meters above sea level, therefore practicable for a good part of the year, particularly in spring and autumn.

The Camino is divided into 23 stages of approximately 4-6 hours each which can also be covered in several sub-stages or, possibly, interrupted using public transport. Each stage is an invitation to discovery, moving on foot along paths but also on dirt roads and asphalted sections, through villages and sites of cultural and naturalistic interest. Pay attention to intersections and overlaps between some stages.

A proposal for everyone, suitable for athletes but also for those who want to walk without haste, allowing themselves to be tempted by the many opportunities that invite you to stop.
Relaxing in nature, tasting local products, visiting archaeological sites, churches and museums: the Cammino Balteo is a travel diary to be written step by step.

Balteus: information just a click away

The Balteus website describes the route of the Cammino Balteo, stage by stage, and suggests the experiences to be had in the areas crossed by the route.
On the main pages there is always an interactive map on which it is easy to view the different points of interest (where to sleep, where to eat, what to visit, etc.) to immediately understand their relationship with the route.
On the sheets of the 23 stages of the Cammino Balteo you can find the technical data of each one (difference in altitude, length, recommended period, etc.), the description of the route and the possibility, for the more technological hikers, to download the routes of each stage in GPX format , to be used with GPS satellite navigators, or KML, for use with Google Earth.

Find points of interest on the map:

The numbers on the map - and in the table that follows - link to the detailed sheet of each stage from which you can download the respective GPX and KML routes.