Sentiero di San Francesco, Campo Tures
(4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Sentiero di San Francesco is located in Campo Tures. By using our Campo Tures trip itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Sentiero di San Francesco and other attractions in Campo Tures.
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  • I have walked this trail twice, with both my parents with my partner, but whenever you try a different emotion. The path starts from the parking lot, surrounded by greenery with plenty of spirituality. Along the way we are accompanied by T which relies on the stones that mark the trail and from all stations you find along the way. The Canticle of the creatures is the portion of the trail, impeccably kept and magnificent. For anything strenuous, ends coming to the Church of San Francesco surrounded by woodland, from which the last piece of the path (the one dedicated to St. Clare). Magnificent and spectacular, thanks also to the three waterfalls that accompany the path. Not to be missed!
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  • 11 mile hike on the Saint Francis trail. Trail took us 11 miles to Assisi. Quite a bit of up hill hiking. Lots of mud today due to resent rains. Saw wild boar hunters, truffle hunters with dogs, turke...  more »
  • We walked this path because we wanted to reach the chapel of St. Francis ... At each stage you can see the writings of lauds of Saint Francis and various sculptures that represent what was written. All very nice and addicting ... then at the end when you get to the Capella can breathe an air of peace and serenity beautiful. The carvings inside are very meaningful and beautiful and everything very well maintained and in working order. Worth the climb and see ... feel a little closer to heaven.
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