From the hill of Ranzi and from the small squares of the village the view of the gulf is enchanting. There are numerous outdoor routes, for family walks and adrenaline-pumping rides on paths that offer breathtaking views.

THE ANCIENT VILLAGE OF RANZI

THE STAR OF RANZI

For the ``Corpus Domini`` wild flowers are collected one by one from the population who will form colorful flower arrangements on the pavement.

In a suggestive square, in front of the chapel of the S. Concezione, a circular design of about seven meters in diameter is created, which is changed every year and on the basis of this layout the “Star”. The variety of flowers in this season is wide, but the harvest is always geared towards five or six colors which are yellow, white, purple, pink, green and finally the blue of hydrangeas. The flowers combined with the colors are, respectively, the brooms, the daisies, the “beautiful figs”, the “cinnamon” and the heather that is cut with scissors in order to cut it as much as possible.

RANZI AND ARMUIN TRAIL WITH WELLNESS STOP

TREKKING & YOGA IN RANZI

The suggestive village of Ranzi is the starting point of this excursion along ancient paths on the traces of peasant civilization. From the square of Ranzi, take the Hay Trail, used in ancient times for the transport of raw materials and for travel, characterized by a rocky and steep terrain, which originally allowed you to reach the top of Mount Carmo (1389 m a.s.l.). After the first stretch of the Hay Trail, take an uphill path called Ranzilandia which leads to the Armuin path, a path overlooking the sea that opens onto a spectacular landscape.

BIKE TOUR GUIDATI: IL SENTIERO DEL FIENO (THE HAY TRAIL)

Bike tour with suggestive panoramic sea views

Bike ride along the dirt road of San Martino, known as the “Hay Trail”, as in the past it was traveled by farmers who transported hay and by shepherds who went to pasture. Characterized by ups and downs, this path will take us to al Cabanun, an ancient dry stone building used in the past as a refuge for farmers and shepherds, then descend to the church of San Michele, in the municipality of Giustenice.

PHOTOGALLERY

Experience Ranzi

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