How long is the Magna Via Francigena?
The Magna Via Francigena stretches for 186 km with 9 stages between Palermo and Agrigento, crossing Sicily from sea to sea. The route mainly unfolds on dirt roads and to a lesser extent on secondary paved roads with limited traffic.
What is the difficulty level of the journey?
It's a path without particular technical difficulties, but as with all journeys, the perceived difficulty depends on many subjective and objective factors (including, for example, the weather - with rain, the terrain becomes very muddy). However, it is still a multi-day journey that requires some experience in covering several kilometers for several days.
What type of accommodations are planned for your trips?
We provide accommodation in three-star hotels, B&Bs, and farmhouses along the way, in rooms with private bathrooms.
How is the Magna Via Francigena marked?
The path is marked with conventional European signs and the characteristic symbol of the pilgrim of the Via Francigena of Sicily, facilitating orientation along the route. If you decide to travel with us, you will receive detailed documentation and a personalized app to guide you along the way, even without internet.
What landscapes are encountered along the Magna Via Francigena?
The Magna Via Francigena offers the opportunity to explore authentic Sicily, from the heart of the island to its hidden treasures. You can admire archaeological sites, points of naturalistic interest, and artistic masterpieces, immersing yourself in the hills, highlands, and vastness of the Sicilian hinterland.