For cycling enthusiasts, Caorle has a dense network of cycle paths that connect the main town with the neighbouring hamlets and allow you to explore and admire the beauty of the surrounding landscape.


You can start from the old town centre, heading towards Spiaggia di Levante, pass in front of the Church of the Madonna Dell'Angelo, walk along the seafront and continue to the casoni, typical fishermen's dwellings.

For nature lovers, an itinerary not to be missed is the one that connects Caorle with Valle Vecchia, an unspoilt natural oasis where rare species of animals dwell, including numerous aquatic birds and birds of prey such as the Bittern and the Black-winged Stilt.


The bicycles available for rent :

  • Frame: aluminium single-piece frame 28
  • Fork: hi-ten
  • Front chainwheel: aluminum
  • Hubs: Shimano aluminum
  • Central motion Shimano
  • Seat post: promax
  • Rims: double chamber aluminium Ambrosio Cheba Italia
  • Spokes: polyblack
  • Tyres: 700×38 marathon plus anti-puncture tyres
  • Handle stem: Adjustable Promax
  • Handlebar: promax
  • Brakes and brake levers: Promax v-brake
  • Units: shimano
  • Speed changer: shimano nexus
  • Rear carrier with high-grade elastic fastening cord for up to 25 kg. Hi-ten
  • Weight: 14.00 kg

Special bicycles

Thanks to the cooperation with the Bike&Go service, it is also possible to rent special bicycles such as mountain bikes or electric bikes.

Giralagune - Cycle route along the lagoons

The extensive coastal area of Eastern Venice includes the Cavallino Treporti, Jesolo, Eraclea, Caorle and Bibione coastlines and offers cycle enthusiasts routes of great natural interest. The tourist resorts are all equipped with cycle paths that allow safe cycling and provide connections to the most interesting locations along the coast and inland. By cycling, it is possible to reach the many places of interest along the coast and, following the Litoranea Veneta route, it is also possible to reach the lagoon areas and the beautiful protected natural areas overlooking the Adriatic Sea.

  • The lagoons and areas of natural interest on the coast
  • The Northern Lagoon of Venice
  • The Mort Lagoon and the Eraclea Pine Forest
  • The Caorle Lagoon
  • Vallevecchia
  • The Lagoon and Pinewood of Bibione

Girasile - Cycle route along the river Sile

The route starts from Lido di Jesolo and is accompanied by the panorama of the Fishing Valleys of the Northern Lagoon of Venice. It leads to the historic centre of Jesolo, then arrives at Caposile, where the river flows into the Piave Vecchia, and the Portegrandi lock, and then continues on to Treviso, crossing the Sile Nature Park. The cycle path along the right bank of the Piave Vecchia also starts from Caposile, leading to Intestadura, in the municipality of San Donà di Piave.

Along the Piave River

From the old fishing village of Cortellazzo, at the mouth of the Piave River, the route skirts Eraclea and leads to San Donà di Piave, along a green route through the floodplains and spontaneous vegetation of the right bank of the river.

Giralivenza - Cycle route along the river Livenza

Starting from Caorle and continuing towards Cà Corniani, the signposted itinerary follows the course of the Livenza river and the landscape of the great land reclamations. It enters the territory of Torre di Mosto and then reaches San Stino di Livenza, intersecting with the routes of the Lison Pramaggiore DOC Wine Route.

Giralemene - Cycle route along the river Lemene

From Falconera di Caorle, the route runs along the Lemene river to the Stalis mills, in the municipality of Gruaro, along a 20 km route. The marked cycle route touches Concordia Sagittaria and Portogruaro, centres of particular historical and cultural interest, and crosses areas of great natural beauty.

Giratagliamento - Cycle route along the river Tagliamento

From the Bibione lighthouse, the Gira Tagliamento reaches Cesarolo and San Michele al Tagliamento, from where it is possible to arrive at Alvisopoli, the ideal city built by Count Alvise Mocenigo between the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century in the territory of Fossalta di Portogruaro. The signposted route is a true immersion in unspoilt nature, with dirt paths that in some places climb the banks of the imposing Alpine river.

The Wine Route

The signposted route crosses the heart of the hinterland of Eastern Venice and runs along three routes rich in vineyards and wineries: the Classica zone, the Livenza zone and the Tagliamento zone. The Classica zone touches Loncon, Belfiore, Pradipozzo, Summaga, Lison, Mazzolada, Levada, Portogruaro and Concordia Sagittaria.

In this area, many cycle paths intersect, providing connections between the most beautiful sites of naturalistic and historical-cultural interest. The Livenza area: from San Stino, through Annone Veneto and Pramaggiore to Cinto Caomaggiore. The Tagliamento area: in the Venezia Orientale territory, it touches Bibione, Concordia Sagittaria and Fossalta di Portogruaro. Along the Wine Route, the signs of the Botteghe del Vino (Wine Shops) indicate pleasant rest and refreshment points.

Piazza Belvedere, 2 - Lungomare Trieste (Levante Beach)

30021 Caorle (VE) Italy


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