Discovering the reclamation

The route runs between small villages and long stretches of channels, rivers and lagoon areas of great beauty. There are two obligatory stops: the naturalistic oasis of Ca’ di Mezzo which is a phytodepuration laboratory of international interest with paths and ponds with a viewing point of the fauna that populates the oasis. The second

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Cycling between land and water

The route runs between 2 small villages and long stretches along the banks of canals and rivers. In Civè, the water pump that can only be visited from outside is worth a visit. An obligatory stop halfway is the naturalistic oasis of Ca’ di Mezzo which constitutes a phytodepuration laboratory of international interest with paths

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At the Lusenzo lagoon

The route runs between the rivers Bacchiglione and Brenta and the suggestive southern lagoon of Venice, to get to the center of Chioggia among streets, bridges and fishing boats, and where you can visit museums and the typical fish market. You arrive at the Lusenzo lagoon which separates Chioggia from Sottomarina, with a cycle and

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Between sea and lagoon

The route runs between rivers and lagoon to Chioggia (15 Km), where you climb the ACTV boat to Caroman di Pellestrina, to visit the natural oasis up to the wild beach, or directly to Pellestrina, where you can climb on the Murazzo and get off in the wild beach that runs along the whole island.

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Family campaign tour

The route runs between canals, cultivated countryside and farms. Suitable for children and elderly people to spend a relaxing and enjoyable time by bike, enjoying the colors and the suggestions of the countryside.

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At the sea between Brenta and Adige

The route winds through the mouths of the Brenta and Adige, allowing you to get to the beautiful beach of Isola Verde and enjoy in particular the suggestive final route of the river Adige. Largely far from busy roads, it particularly deserves a visit to the naturalistic oasis of Bosco Nordio, which can only be

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Among the 74 streets of Little Venice

Chioggia is also known as the “little Venice“, for the deep similarities with Venice: urban, social, economic and cultural ones. Yet, the city has maintained and defended its originality and traditions, but also its own charm that Venice itself can envy.

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Umbrellas where there were vegetable gardens

Sottomarina is the largest beach in Chioggia, built on a narrow strip of land that separates the lagoon from the sea, bordered by the mouth of the Brenta-Bacchiglione rivers and the port of San Felice.

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