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In today’s article we would like to suggest you a...
In today’s article we want to suggest you 5 bike tracks to discover Jesolo and its surroundings, making the most of the over 500 km-long network of cycle paths. These routes are just perfect to explore the area from a different perspective and, above all, in a healthy, funny and completely green way. Don’t forget that if you are a guest of Park Hotel Brasilia the bike rental service is free of charge. We provide bicycles for both adults and children, including helmets for the youngest ones to ensure maximum safety during your excursions.
As illustrated in this post, the itineraries cover different areas and distances. Nevertheless, they are all easy routes, no matter your biking skills. This makes them perfect for the whole family, but still be careful by selecting paths suitable for the young cyclists who will join you in this exciting adventure.
This is the easiest itinerary we suggest you: it winds through the main streets of Jesolo Lido with well marked and easy-to-follow directions. It is a strictly urban itinerary, perfect to include stops, possible cultural visits and – why not! – some shopping.
The route in detail: Palazzo del Turismo, Piazza Brescia, via Bafile, via Trentin, via Verdi, via Alberto da Giussano, viale S.Frank, viale Padania (turistic port), via Dante Alighieri, via Levantina, viale Oriente, via Danimarca, via Corer, viale Belgio, Cortellazzo.
Even though the Blue track is the shortest itinerary we include in our guide, you will be immersed in an amazing countryside scenario. Lots of trees and nature, but also a great chance to cycle along the Piave river.
It starts from Jesolo town, more specifically from Piazza I Maggio, and proceeds in: via Donizetti, via Roma Sinistra, via Trinchet, via Fornera, via Massaua, via Cavetta Marina, the last stretch of road before going back to the starting point.
With this route we’ll move to the westernmost part of the coast, more precisely to the area between Cavallino and Punta Sabbioni. The itinerary is very suggestive and winds its way through some of the most famous historical sites in the area.
It starts in via dell’Aviere ciclying to the west side e it proceeds in via del Geniere, via degli Arditi, via Passerelle, via Pepe, via Fausta, via Treporti, via degli Armeni, Lungomare San Felice, via Dante Alighieri, via Montello, via Adige via Vettor Pisani, via delle Batterie, via P Alessandro, via Fausta, Corso Europa.
Following this path we move to the east part of the coast: we cycle along a quite long path through the Piave riviera and then head towards the coast approximately near Caorle. From here we cycle towards Jesolo passing through Porto Santa Margherita, Duna Verde and Eraclea Mare.
The route in detail: Cortelazzo, via Massaua, viale dei Revendoli, viale Vallesina, viale Fagiana. Now, where you’re in Brian follow the river till strada Tezzon and proceedi in viale Altanea. After that: viale Selva Rosata, viale dei Fiori, via dei Pioppi.
This is the longest itinerary we suggest you. A route of great charm which will lead you through a tour around the lagoon. The path is to be interpreted as an inverted 8, but we’ll show you all the steps in detail below.
The route in detail: via Drago, strada delle Valli da pesca, now take the ferry, go to the right in via Pordelio, via Treportina, via Saccagnana, via di Lio Piccolo (take the ferry again), via del Casson, via la Bassa.