Around the villages of Tramonti with a mountain-bike

If you like riding a mountain-bike, there is route to discover our valley crossing the three main villages of Tramonti di Sopra, Tramonti di Sotto and Tramonti di Mezzo and characterised by a few diversions penetrating into the mountains and revealing you abandoned hamlets like Tamar. This route is almost entirely constituted by dirt roads and paths with just a few short road sections.
Here on the left you will find an illustration of the route, taken from the trekking map Tabacco n. 28 (you can buy it at the office of our camping).
This route is travelled by the participants of the race “the sun bike ride”, which takes place every year in May. 

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