Unhurried pedalling

Seaside bike routes

How to discover the Veneto coast at a slow pace and have fun? Easy, just mount a bicycle, the most ecological, economic and healthy means!  Our beaches offer many paths suitable to the lovers of two wheels and in particular to families with children. Cross magical places, green pine trees, beautiful natural views and during your stops, savour the genuine products of our good land.

The Sea Route - I3

A 250 km itinerary that accompanies you in the discovery of the beauty of the long Veneto coastline: the Po Delta, the fishing grounds, the mouths of numerous rivers, beaches with golden sand and the Venice lagoon.

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The Bibione nature trails

Bibione is not just beach. At your disposal, you will find 9 paths to experience riding a bicycle, but also on foot or with poles in hand to get in shape thanks to Nordic walking.

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Jesolo Ambient Bike

Jesolo is a town on a human scale and getting around it by bike is even more exciting thanks to the over 500 km network of trails that guide the tourist in the discovery of the environment and its characteristics

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Discovering Caorle by bike

Lovers of the two wheels in Caorle will not be disappointed because there are so many bike routes on offer ranging from the countryside to the lagoon to the sea, or that touch on historical and archaeological 
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Biketours in Cavallino Treporti

Explore by bike and discover this corner of paradise! You decide if you want adventure, without a precise destination, or choose itineraries developed by the Cavallino Treporti Tourist Park

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Donzella Ring

Porto Tolle is the starting point of this 60-kilometre ring that leads you to the heart of the Po Delta. You’ll ride along banks and country roads, you’ll pass by fishing valleys and lagoons, accompanied by sea breezes and sounds you won’t hear in your day to day life.

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Venice Islands Cycle Route

An easy 40km outing. The route starts from Chioggia and then takes you to the island of Pellestrina by boat, and finally the Lido of Venice. The sea on one side and the lagoon on the other, you’re bound to fall in love with these landscapes.

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