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Discover the 4 naturalistic routes
Discover the 4 naturalistic routes

Discover the 4 naturalistic routes

Cycling routes for the whole family

The best way to experience and explore the most beautiful parts of the Cavallino Treporti coast is surely by bike. It is a wonderful opportunity to get to the most hidden and intimate parts of this natural deeply relaxing oasis and to be at one with its untouched nature.

The routes are marked by the passage through varied landscapes of the lagoon region. On foot or by bike you can run into fields under cultivation, banks immersed into the northern lagoon that run along fishing valleys and gardens, but also pinewoods and dunes, and an open air museum circuit, "Via dei Forti” that numbers about 200 fortifications built between 1845 and 1920. A journey between present and past to experience tradition and innovation, simple tastes and culture.

Discover the beauty of our area by bike!

By riding a bike you can admire charming views, focusing on its details, enjoying the smells around you, noticing the changes of colour that take place throughout the day. Let yourself be charmed by birdsong, the rustling of trees swaying in the light breeze coming up from the sea or from the lagoon.

Thanks to the tracks and bike paths that cross the entire coast you can discover this corner of paradise. You can go off on an aimless adventure, or use the cycling routes made for you and your family by the Cavallino-Treporti Tourism Park along with Venezia Opportunità, Coldiretti and the Venetian Environmental Tourism Manifest.
Each tour allows you to discover the wonders of our region.

The three waters' route

 

  • Length: 13,8 km
  • Road: paved/unpaved
  • Difficulty level: middle
  • Stretch of road for city bike, mountain bike, nordic walking

The route reaches the Sile River, the Adriatic Sea and the northern lagoon that fuse together and give you unique glimpses of the most different shades of blue. It is a ring tour, mostly far from the traffic and easy to cover.

 

 

 

The route of the lagoon vegetable gardens

  • Length 25,5 km
  • Road: paved
  • Difficulty level: middle
  • Stretch of road for city bike, mountain bike, nordic walking

The route starts from the bridge on the Pordelio Canal and cross the historical centre of Treporti with its two bell-towers in the search of enchanting landscapes among vegetable gardens and greenery. You come across open spaces of the lagoon with the islands of Burano and San Francesco in the background, the little old village of Pra' di Saccagnana, the ex-convent of the Mesole, the succession of shoals and fishing valleys inhabited by noisy flocks of birds, as far as Lio Piccolo, a small village which fascinates for its Romanesque origins.

The fortifications route

  • Length 15,5 km
  • Road: paved
  • Difficulty level: middle
  • Stretch of road for city bike, mountain bike, nordic walking

An historical route, an open-air diffuse museum circuit that links the fortifications belonging to the period 1845-1920. Among those the Amalfi Battery and the Treporti Fort, in Punta Sabbioni. It is possible to visit the restored Pisani Battery, today turned into a museum. Inside there are exhibitions that will lead you to discover the history that connects Cavallino Treporti to the Great War.

The Sunset Route

  • Length 12,9 km
  • Road: paved/unpaved
  • Difficulty level: middle
  • Stretch of road for city bike, mountain bike, nordic walking

If you exclude the short stretch of dyke that leads you to the Pagoda Lighthouse, this is also a ring itinerary. Starting from Punta Sabbioni, anti-clockwise, you can see on the right: the island of Sant'Erasmo, called at the time of the Serenissima "the garden of Venice", the civil engineering work of the Mose, the barrier that protects Venice from the damages caused by the high tide, and the splendid view of the sea. Once you leave the beach you can lose yourself in the pinewood of Punta Sabbioni getting lost between forest passageways and small country roads.

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