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This track is easy, well suited for those with less experience, and it also offers beautiful views over the sea.
It starts from the characteristic hamlet of Colla Micheri , located on the hills above Laigueglia. Here an ancient roman road comes together with the “Percorso Verde”, the track that ends by the ruins of San Bernardo Church.
Testifying the antiquity of this path is a headstone that reminds of when Pope Pius VII came through on the way back from his exile during Napoleonic times.

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The starting point of this track is on the beach of Laigueglia by the "Torrione", the watch tower used for centuries by both soldiers and citizens to guard over the water and sight the "Saraceni", who would sail across the sea to pillage the coastal towns of Liguria.
The first part of the track is asphalted, then it turns into unpaved ground till the hamlet of Colla Micheri.
From here a single track in part easy and in part more challenging, leads you for a tour on the hills above Laigueglia.

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This track presents some easy parts combined with others very difficulty in technique, and it is suitable for cross-country races.
The challenging up and downs of the track are complemented by the amazing views!

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This track is easy, well suited for those with less experience, and it also offers beautiful views over the sea.
It starts from the characteristic hamlet of Colla Micheri , located on the hills above Laigueglia. Here an ancient roman road comes together with the “Percorso Verde”, the track that ends by the ruins of San Bernardo Church.
Testifying the antiquity of this path is a headstone that reminds of when Pope Pius VII came through on the way back from his exile during Napoleonic times.

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