The via Francigena in Southern Italy.
930 km on foot across Lazio, Campania, Basilicata and Apulia
More and more foreigners come to walk in Italy: a few months after the release of the guide to the Via Francigena del Sud, the English-language edition of this stretch of the Via is also out: a reality for pilgrims from all over the world who want to reach Santa Maria di Leuca, the Finisterrae of Italy. 45 stages on roads already traveled in Roman and medieval times, along the ancient Via Appia, the woods of the Apennines and the sea of Puglia, passing through Lecce, the queen of the Baroque, and Otranto, the Gateway to the East. Plus the stops for Monte Sant’Angelo and the variants for Bari and Matera.
Publisher: Terre di Mezzo
Author: Angelofabio Attolico, Claudio Focarozzo, Lorenzo Lozito