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Discover the Cycle Paths of Bibione


Finally, it is holiday time and we can enjoy the sun, the sea, the fresh sea breeze and the beautiful shoreline. How can we admire all these beauties? Only exploring the surroundings by bike along the cycle paths of Bibione! This territory boasts a large network of cycle routes that allow tourists to know and discover our land.

Let’s get ready: we can plan our trip in Bibione by choosing between 8 cycle paths. Indeed, in 2002 Bibione was the first tourist centre in Europe to obtain EMAS environmental certification.

Adriatic Promenade: approximately 8 km of seafront cycle path will make you discover the beautiful Adriatic landscape, the lighthouse and the natural oasis around the mouth of the river Tagliamento, surrounded by a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.

The Lighthouse: a circular cycle path of 12 km will guide you through the colours and the scents of the Mediterranean vegetation and the pine forest around Bibione, crossing sandy dunes and following the banks of the river Tagliamento covered with wild vegetation.

City Circular Route: it is one of the classic cycle paths of Bibione, of approximately 12 km, that surrounds and crosses the city allowing tourists to discover the colourful streets and landscapes that characterize this seaside town.

The Oak Forest: there are two routes that cross the forest of Bibione. While cycling along wooden bridges and dirt roads, you will admire the typical Mediterranean vegetation and a little lake. This cycle path is also ideal for families with children.

Valgrande: this cycle path is 18 km long and goes through the natural oasis of Valgrande. This itinerary includes different dirt roads and requires a little experience and specific mountain bikes or trekking bikes. Valgrande is a private fishing valley and is necessary to participate in a guided tour in order to visit it.

Gira Tagliamento: it is approximately 40 km long and is one of the most exciting cycle paths of Bibione. It is a scenic and picturesque path because connects the Lighthouse of Punta Bibione to the forest of Alvisopoli following the banks of the river and crossing 3 towns (San Michele al Tagliamento, Teglio Veneto and Fossalta di Portogruaro).

Litoranea Veneta: approximately 23 km of suggestive landscapes between the lagoon and the countryside will make you discover the charming surroundings characterized by the typical houses of fishermen and places where you can relax and enjoy moments of peace and tranquillity.

Brussa and Valvecchia: this cycle path is 25 km long and runs through enchanting landscapes between the sea and the coast to make you admire the beauties of the Venetian territory and discover the countryside that surrounds Bibione until you reach the Naturalistic Education Centre of Vallevecchia.

In addition to the enchanting cycle paths of Bibione, you have to choose the perfect hotel to live a true holiday dedicated to bicycle touring: Hotel Ambassador is member of Bibione Bike Hotels Club and provides special services for all guests who are bicycle lovers.

  • Illustrative material dedicated to the cycle paths of Bibione
  • Information about events and festivals
  • Free magazine with itineraries and cycle tours for holidays that last more than three days
  • Room to store bikes
  • Bike kit with tools for bike maintenance and repair
  • Energy breakfast and packed lunch on request
  • Laundry and drying service for sportswear (for a fee).

Don’t wait any longer… let’s start a new holiday, during which you will experience our simple luxury philosophy without limits!

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