Characteristics of the route

The route creates a symbolic thread between two important figures for medieval spirituality: Saint Celestino V and Saint Francesco from Assisi. We can say that Celestino received and continued the renovation project started by the Poverello of Assisi, renovation of values as the feeling of humility, the aspiration to simplicity of life, the effort in helping the poor and the weakest people.

The municipalities involved in the path are L’Aquila, Scoppito, Antrodoco, Città Ducale, Rieti, Poggio Bustone, Leonessa, Monteleone di Spoleto, Colle del Capitano, Rocca Porena di Cascia, Norcia, Serravalle di Norcia, Ponte di Cerreto di Spoleto, Sant’Anatolia di Narco, Spoleto, Campello sul Clitunno, Trevi, Foligno, Spello, Rivotorto, Santa Maria degli Angeli, Assisi.

The entire route measures 254 km.

Pilgrim’s kit

The following kit is recommended to each pilgrim who wants to walk the Cammino:
-the pilgrim’s guide
-the pilgrim’s card
– a stick, a hat, the Celestine pendant, the Cammino t-shirt
– the hospitality card with a list of the conventioned receptive activities.
The pilgrim will also receive the hat as a gift, symbol of Celestine gratuitousness. Other pieces of equipment can be bought at very small prices. At the end of the Cammino, the pilgrim will gain the Celestine parchment, that will attest the route made. In each stop of the path there will be a small exhibition of the typical products, all tested and approved by the Consorzio Celestiniano, and other gadgets. These products can also be sold by reservation and shipped.