The E1 has not yet been fully finalized in Italy. In its planned length, the E1 will run from Porto Ceresio on Lake Lugano on the border with Switzerland to Capo Passero in Sicily.
In northern Italy, the E1 will first pass through the Po Valley before continuing along the Apennines - partly on well-known hiking trails such as the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri or the Grande Escursione Appenninica (GEA) - to southern Italy.
The continuous long-distance hiking trail currently ends south in Fortino near Sanza in Campania. In Sicily, a short section of the route has so far been completed in the area of Mount Etna; the remaining sections are currently being planned.
Last text update: 2020-02-16 22:00:34
Author(s) of this text: Sven Lewerentz
Translation by: Sven Lewerentz