Campolonghetto di Bagnaria Arsa (Italy), Tuesday 6 January 2015
The Marcia dei Magi (‘March of the Wise Men’) is held every year on Epiphany, a Christian feast day that is celebrated in many countries on 6 January.
"La manifestazione non è competitiva", which means that it's a non-competitive event for runners and hikers of all ages and abilities.
A marcia is not a race. Finishing times are not recorded. Prizes are awarded to the largest groups, not to the fastest finishers.
Participants run (or walk) either 7km, 15km or 21km on mixed terrain (asphalt roads, gravel roads, and trails) around the village of Campolonghetto which is located near the old fortress town of Palmanova in the province of Udine in the north-east of Italy.
All routes are very flat loops through farmland and villages on the Bassa Friulana Plain.
Event details: 24. Marcia dei Magi 2015
Venue (Map): Campolonghetto di Bagnaria Arsa (Palmanova 6km, Grado 27km, Udine 27km, Trieste 55km, Venice 107km)
Date: 6 January 2015 (Tuesday; Epiphany; public holiday in Italy)
Routes: 7km; 15km; 21km
Start time: 8.30-9.30 (21km); 8.30-10.00 (7km, 15km)
Start and finish: on piazza S. Giacomo (in the centre of the village)
Entries: in person in the centro sociale, piazza S. Giacomo (on the day from 7.30)
Entry fees: € 3
You get: snacks and drinks on the course and in the finish area
Timekeeping: No. This is a non-competitive fun run.
Prizes: trophies and product prizes to the largest groups
Award ceremony: at 12.00
Number of finishers 2014: ?
Number of finishers 2013: 635
No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page! We do not organize this event.