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Venice: cycling routes between sea and salt marshes


The bike is the easiest and most engaging way to discover the wonders of the Venice Lagoon and its most unknown corners. There are many ways, along the Cavallino Peninsula and in the surrounding islands, to be forward alone or with guided tours. Spend at least half a day to visit the island of Sant’Erasmo, also called “the garden of the Serenissima”: for sure you will bring with you a memory of the most rural and authentic Venice! A short boat ride, starting from Treporti, will allow you to reach the island with your bike. Alternatively, you can rent one on your arrival (stop Punta Vela) and set off to discover this fascinating island, which lives still following the rhythms of ancient knowledge.

  • How far: about 16km
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Places of interest: view of the Vignole Island, the Torre Massimiliana with its art exhibitions, views of Burano, the salt marshes (barene), the rural landscape and the violet artichoke
  • Useful tips:
    Ticket: ACTV water bus € 7.50 + bicycle € 1.00
    Where to eat: “da Tedeschi” restaurant (typical cuisine and Venetian cicchetti)

Contact us for more information. Book now your holiday at Camping Ca’Savio, Venice, and go explore the Laguna!


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