Three days of escape to enjoy the jewels of the landscape and its gentle roads, the sea, the Mediterranean climate, the treasures of art and architecture, the cuisine and wines, the lifestyle… we invite you to discover Italy by cycling along some of the most beautiful routes in our country. We want to experience our homeland on a bicycle, a cycling fun with different fitness and technical requirements. And remember, the Randonnée can also be enjoyed by e-bike!


The first stage of the Randonnée Milano-Sanremo takes place in the area between Assago and Castellania.

Km 89,1

Let’s go! We set off from Assago, with a magnificent view of the plain and the hills in the background, hills that we will pass in the following stages.

After a few kilometres you will enter into Pavia, and after about 60 kilometres into Alessandria.

We continue along the road, with a constant, magnificent view of the plain at your feet. In a wild, mountainous environment we will reach Castellania, an Italian municipality in the province of Alessandria, situated in the hills to the orographic right of the Scrivia stream. It is the birthplace of Fausto Coppi, considered one of the greatest cyclists of all time. Here, a well-deserved rest awaits you in one of its hotels.



The second stage of the Randonnée Milano-Sanremo runs from Castellania to Savona.

Km 110.5

After passing through Lombardy and Piedmont, it will then enter in Liguria, proceeding towards Sassellofrom where you will take the ascent of the Colle di Giovo. This is the first altitude difficulty of the day, to be tackled with almost 173 kilometres already in the legs, and StellaAfter there will be about twenty kilometres of downhill before arriving at theAurelia. After another fifty or so flat kilometres, the race finally gets into full swing as it enters the province of Savonaending with check-in and overnight stay in a hotel in the area.



The third stage of the Randonnée Milano-Sanremo runs between Savona and Sanremo.

Km 95.4

From Savona continue towards Vado Ligure, Spotorno, Varigotti, Finale Ligure, Pietra Ligure, Loano and Ceriale along the Aurelia road, then on to Albenga , Alassio and Laigueglia where you pass Imperia and San Lorenzo al Mare to deal with the two climbs: Cipressa and Poggio di Sanremo. The Cipressa passes 5.6 km at 4.1% to lead into the very demanding descent that takes you back to the ss.1 Aurelia. Thearrival is planned towards lunch

After this long journey, the prize-giving ceremony is not to be missed – everyone gets their finisher’s medal!