This first part of the way, (or the last, for those who starts from Brindisi) is certainly the richest in romain vestiges, with many monuments, expecially, along the part of the road inside Rome. It’s a straight road 22,5 km long, lightly sloped (355 meters the altitude difference) up to the city of Albano Laziale.
Stage 7, just over 14 kilometers long, and almost all on the sidewalk, crosses the urbanized areas of Formia and Scauri. The route starts from Largo Domenico Paone to Formia and from here takes Via Tullia and then Via Abate Tosti.
Stage of 17.5 kilometers between green fields, gardens, farmland and beach in a coastal narrow land listed by the Ministry for its landscape interest.
You can walk the 24,5 kilometers tour from Benevento until Passo di Mirabella in safe mood, with only two exceptions: a short way – in yellow on the map – where the path run along a medium traffic driveway, and another part where you have to way cross a small stream.
Stage 19, from Venosa to Palazzo San Gervasio is about 17 km long and it’s safe up to the join with Provincial Road Mulini-Matinelle, about 4 kilometers before the arrive. We are studying to ensure a safe walking also on this part.
A 30-kilometers long stage that connect two italian regions: Basilicata and Puglia. From the Masseria (Farm) Tripputi you take Provincial Road 79 in south-east direction. Few cars on this road and grassy edges help you to avoid if vehicles come in.
A stage 29-kilometres long that descends towards the Gulf of Taranto. As a landmark we use the intersection of Provincial Road 22 and Provincial Road 19.
16,6 kilometers flat stage. Starts from Oria city center, by walking via Epitaffio and then via Latiano (road n. 71). You are in urban area, and you can walk safely on a sidewalk.
This stage is about 16 km. long. You start from Piazza Romano (Mesagne center) and walk the urban roads on a sidewalk, in order following: Via Brindisi, Via Francesco Vita, Via San Lorenzo Martire.