Cisa Pass: a must for every motorcyclist

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The Col Cisa, a renowned route linking Parma to La Spezia, is a favorite with two-wheel enthusiasts. Once a strategic trade and military route, it has been transformed into a biker's paradise by the opening of the A15 motorway, which has eased traffic congestion. This historic route, once used by armies, merchants and pilgrims, now attracts cyclists and motorcyclists alike. At the summit, the Gothic sanctuary of Notre-Dame de la Garde awaits visitors. On the Tuscan side, Pontremoli, nestled in the Lunigiana between two rivers, offers a rich heritage with its Piagnaro castle and various churches. The route starts in Parma on the SS62, following the Taro river to Collecchio, then on to Castellonchio and Berceto. The climb to the Passo Della Cisa leads into Tuscany, where the descent leads to Pontremoli, before reaching Aulla via the SP36/SP31 and the SS62. The road continues on to La Spezia, gateway to the Cinque Terre, where a swim in the Tyrrhenian bay offers a well-deserved reward after a journey rich in history and scenery.

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