The relaunch of the Carditello Royal Site starts from slow and sustainable trips – to be covered by handbike, by bicycle and on foot – with the network of the Carditello Walkways and a new eco-tourism offer dedicated to lovers of nature and sport.
An innovative model of use for cultural heritage, completely oriented to the well-being of visitors, to the inclusivity and development of the territory, now reclaimed thanks to the action of the Foundation led by the president Luigi Nicolais, in synergy with Campania Region, SMA Campania, Municipalities of San Tammaro and Capua.
The project, already submitted to the Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility, will be completed in summer with the inauguration of the other two paths mapped by the Italian Alpine Club and the Italian Sports Walking Federation.
The network of the Carditello paths extends from Capua to San Tammaro (Caserta) with a single common denominator: the Carditello Royal Palace as a point of arrival for those who choose zero impact travel, immersed in the nature of the Royal Estate of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon.
of forests and farmland
to be crossed in about 6 hours time
The Mulberries Path (9 km, 1 hour and 40 minutes)
The Buffalo Path (12 km, 2 hours and 10 minutes)
The Carolino aqueduct path (7 km, 2 hours and 30 minutes)