On the morning of Sunday 19th, “Transhumance and Via ad Salinas” will take place.
A History of the Gran Sasso d’Italia “. It is an original walking meeting dedicated to the enhancement of the historical, cultural, food and wine, artisan and landscape heritage of the territories covered by the “La Via del Sale” path, a tourist product focused on traditions, paths, landscapes and products related to the paths. and slow tourism.
The Via ad Salinas is an ancestral trade route, whose origins are lost in the mists of time. In Abruzzo, the route unfolds in 16 stages starting from the Adriatic Sea, passing through the Gran Sasso National Park and various nature reserves. The route is currently being digitized, in view of the inclusion of the Mibact in the atlas of the Cammini d’Italia.
The coordinator of the project is Antonio Stroveglia, Director of the Wolftour Tour Operator: “In our travels there will be opportunities to live unique experiences, as unique is the territory you are going to discover: you can look at the sea from the snowy top of a mountain, retrace the millenary routes of Transhumance, experience medieval villages in exclusive locations, venture out by bike or on horseback on scenic roads and sheep tracks, canoe uncontaminated rivers and lakes or immerse yourself in the silence of caves of rare beauty. ”
To participate in the Walking Meeting on Sunday 19th June at 9:30 am, reservations are required (free event)
The journey includes: Canoeing, Wellness
• Domenica 19 Giugno
• 09:30 Campo Imperatore [2130m]
• Walking Meeting
• Transumanza e Via ad Salinas. Una Storia del Gran Sasso d’Italia