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Lots of cycling routes into nature.

For lovers of cycling and slow tourism, Caorle is truly the ideal destination, with a wide range of pedestrian routes and bike paths to spend a wonderful day riding your bike or choosing one of the bikes provided by the Hotel Unico.

After riding a bike you’ll find yourself surrounded by marvellous landscapes between the sea, the lagoon and the countryside, while going through historic villages and archaeological sites.

What are you waiting for? Saddle up and enjoy the scenario of Caorle by bike!

If you are looking for some ideas for your cycling day in Caorle, here are some of the routes recommended by the Hotel Unico.

Caorle and its Lagoon

  • Length: 14 km
  • Travelling time: 2 hours
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Terrain: asphalt, dirt road, gravel, cycle path

A ring route that crosses the whole of Caorle seafront and its wonderful points of interest, such as the thousand-year-old cathedral and the bell tower in Piazza Vescovado, or the ancient Sanctuary of the Madonna dell’Angelo, to then reach Falconera and the Nicesolo canal, one of Caorle’s most characteristic areas. From here, following the dirt track at the edge of the lagoon, you will find yourself immersed in an environment of great naturalistic value and dear to the writer Ernest Hemingway, who described it in his novel “Across the River and Into the Trees”.

Park your bike at the end of the road and walk to Isola dei Pescatori, without missing a visit to the “casoni“, typical constructions made of wood and marsh cane, then follow the Saetta canal to Parco del Pescatore, the city’s great green lung.

Brian and Tezzon

  • Length: 17 km
  • Walking time: 2-3 hours
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Terrain: asphalt, dirt road

A bicycle path that starts from the mouth of the Livenza river and then goes up the Brian canal (also known as Livenza Morta), among country landscapes, casoni, red brick water-scooping machines, small churches, old bridges, and along Strada Tezzon, with its vast fields of corn and wheat, dotted here and there with typical Veneto farmhouses.

San Gaetano

  • Length: 20 km
  • Walking time: 2 hours
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Terrain: asphalt, dirt road, gravel

A bike route into the countryside, leading to the small village of San Gaetano, which houses the large villa of the Facchinetti family and the swing bridge over the River Lemene dating back to 1892, the only historical evidence left of the past importance of one of the busiest waterways in Eastern Veneto.
Travelling along Stradone Franchetti, among farmhouses and typical Veneto country houses, we reach Marango, a small village centred on an active monastic community that settled in the area.

Click below to download these and other itineraries in detail, or contact the Hotel Unico staff for information, route maps and advice on how to discover Caorle by bike!