The great outdoors,
nourishment for the senses
Descending upon the landscape that lies between the seas of Le Marche and of Tuscia is not just a physical experience. In the same setting you can encounter both the untamed and history, you can bare your body and your soul, your muscles and your senses. Hiking among the ancient oaks, or befriending horses, even donkeys, brings us closer to the old ways of the wayfarer.
Thermal waters help to relieve tiredness, but they can also mean exploration and challenge, such as rowing in the gully of a river. Rock has become a human element. It has protected villages and is now a training-ground for courage and harmony. You progress from the fear you feel upon a rope bridge to navigating with open sails in the shade of the mountains, then you mount your bike and descend the mountain at breakneck speed amongst the beech trees.
Travelers face many challenges, they descend upon the Etruscan mysteries, they dive into rivers among the basalt canyons, they watch birds of prey flying over Roman bridges.