Jesolo - Caorle

Cycling routes immersed in nature take you to the sea.

You will fall in love with the ‘Little Venice’, this is Caorle’s nickname, because with its narrow alleys reminiscent of the typical Venetian calli and colourful houses like those on Burano and Murano, the islands of the lagoon, it is a true artistic jewel overlooking the sea. Walking along the Scogliera Viva, which divides the Levante beach from the Ponente beach, you can admire the sculptures carved on the rocks, until you reach the Madonnina Church that watches the waves crash.

Spread your towel and relax under your beach umbrella: beach life is here! Kilometres of equipped beach, for you and your family, and if the sea is not enough, there is Aquafollie in Caorle and Caribe Bay in Jesolo: giant slides, inflatables and inflatable boats in two water fun parks without equal.

Evening nightlife in the streets of the centre? Aperitifs with spritz and cocktails in the clubs and squares or in the new waterfront skybars; dinners with fresh fish caught by the fishermen in the port on the same day and pizzas with a thousand flavours; parties and concerts on the beach and famous DJs in the discos to liven up the night: there is something for everyone.


Venice is not just a city: it is a work of art, unique in the world. It is a treasure trove of world art. The Grand Canal, adorned with numerous bridges, the most spectacular of which is the Rialto Bridge, is an uninterrupted succession of aristocratic palaces and stupendous churches. Then there is the heart of Venice, St Mark’s Square with its stupendous Basilica, the Doge’s Palace, the Bell Tower and the Clock Tower… Venice is also synonymous with Carnival, an evocative event that enlivens the city with historical and joyful masks.
The charm of Venice also lies in all the lesser-known, yet incredibly evocative corners that are not on the tourist guides, but that simply allow themselves to be discovered while strolling through the calli and campielli.
For many, the most beautiful city in the world: the charm of an immortal city built on water.
Venice has an ancient and poignant charm, and today it is among the world capitals of contemporary art, until 27 November you can admire the works of international artists at the Biennale exhibition.
Why not take a boat tour among the islands of Venice?
The closest to the city centre is certainly the island of Giudecca, from where you can enjoy an extraordinary panorama of the entire lagoon and St Mark’s Square.
It has become world famous as the island of the glass masters: Murano. The blown glass on this small island north of Venice are masterpieces of an art and craftsmanship that boasts centuries of experience.
Recognising the island of Burano is simple: the colourful houses, painted by the fishermen of yesteryear so that when they returned from fishing they were more easily recognisable even in dense fog.
The island still boasts a centuries-old tradition of lace-making: a visit to the Lace Museum is recommended.
An ideal background for anything: from a sunrise or sunset over the lagoon to a candlelit dinner, from a stroll to a cicchetto taken in a typical Venetian bacaro. Venice is a certainty: the memories will be unforgettable.


Padua is the heart of the Veneto region. Located between Venice and Verona, a stone’s throw from the Euganean Hills, it is a centre of great artistic and cultural traditions, an important university city, animated by a rich network of events: from cinema to theatre, from music to art, to sport.
It is a city to be discovered on foot, allowing yourself to be guided by your emotions and your desire to see the city’s many wonders.
At the gates of the city centre, the imposing church of Santa Giustina is an authentic masterpiece of Renaissance architecture, overlooking the large open space of Prato della Valle, it houses the relics of St Luke the Evangelist and St Justina.
Padua is also unmissable with its porticoes, where you can sit in refined restaurants, enjoy the atmosphere of the old osterias, or stop at a table in one of the historic bars. You can have lunch tasting the tasty Veneto Berico-Euganeo PDO ham and one of the many local wines, such as cabernet sauvignon and the traditional bigoli, the local pasta similar to spaghetti; the final dessert is Pan del Santo.
Abano Terme, the most important and oldest spa centre in Europe, is located in an enchanting position at the foot of the Euganean Hills: its thermal waters have ancient origins and here the hot water springs bubble up directly from the ground throughout the area. Inside the thermal centres are swimming pools with heated water, gyms, spas and curative areas for therapeutic cycles.
The Botanical Garden of the University of Padua houses two important collections: the library, containing more than 50000 volumes and manuscripts of historical and bibliographical importance, and the herbarium, the second largest in Italy (6000 plant species).
Relax in the spas around Padua or take a long walk through the Euganean Hills, the city and the whole province offer a varied programme for young and old.


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Treviso a city protected by medieval walls, loved by poets, land of art, history and beauty: all to be visited and discovered! It is a real pleasure to stroll through the centre, among the many canals and porticoes that criss-cross it, and then stop in one of the many typical osterias to enjoy spritz and ‘cicchetti’ or take a seat in Piazza dei Signori where toasts and chats are never lacking.
Eating well in Treviso is a must. In particular, you cannot fail to taste the famous soppressa and luganega accompanied by polenta and red radicchio along with typical cheeses such as taleggio, montasio and asiago. The most characteristic dessert is Tiramisù. And, also in this area, the famous white grapes are cultivated for the production of Prosecco, the world’s most famous sparkling wine.
Would you like to cycle surrounded by nature? The completely flat itinerary of the River Sile Greenway is suitable and recommended for everyone, expert cyclists or families with children: about 50 km connecting Treviso to Jesolo. This cycle route has an in nity variety of landscape settings between the river, small towns, footbridges suspended over the water, the lagoon and the sea, then crossing the magnificent pedestrian path of the “Cimitero dei Burci”: a highly evocative aquatic environment where among the branches are partially submerged, the semi-wrecks of the “burci”, wooden work barges abandoned to the wear and tear of time.


Visiting Verona is a plunge into the ancient emotions of a city that preserves values and forms linked to a medieval and Renaissance past.
The tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet that Shakespeare set in the Venetian city makes it a favourite destination for tourists in love.
Close to Lake Garda, lying on the banks of the Adige, at the foot of the Venetian Pre-Alps, it enjoys a favourable climatic position. Sirmione, Peschiera del Garda, Riva del Garda, Desenzano, Bardolino are not only villages along the shores of the lake, but beautiful postcards.
Verona is a city famous for the many types of wine that are produced, Soave for the whites and Valpolicella, king of the reds: for wine lovers, a tasting is a must! Thanks to the Roman amphitheatre that dominates the main square, in the Arena di Verona you can watch the performances of the Opera Festival, with opera music and rock and pop concerts. The city’s many other monuments can be reached on a pleasant walk along the nearby river or lake in a setting of unique colours and nature.
You can spend an unforgettable day at Gardaland, an amusement park suitable for everyone, both adults and children, with mechanical and water attractions: let yourself be swept away by a river of fantasy, adventure and adrenalin.


Elegant Veneto hills, among vineyards and villages to discover, a land of unique views (so much so that it has been named a Unesco World Heritage Site), art treasures and food and wine: welcome to Valdobbiadene.
Planning a trip, by bicycle, car or motorbike, among the vineyards and hills and evocative landscapes is the best way to savour the wonders of this area, which lives among the hundreds of wine cellars that populate the entire area and produce the excellence of Prosecco, the world-famous sparkling wine. Stop at a trattoria and treat yourself to a platter of local cured meats and cheeses.
From the fortress of Castelbrando, to the Molinetto della Croda to the Abbey of Follina and the Grotte del Caglieron: the Prosecco Road is a succession of villages and historical beauties immersed in the green lars of vines and grapes.


‘The Queen of the Dolomites’, this is how Cortina d’Ampezzo, in a wide valley surrounded by high peaks (Cristallo, Tofane and Sorapiss), is one of the most famous mountain resorts in the world.
Home of the 1956 Winter Olympics and ski resort par excellence, it is an exclusive destination, the top destination for ski holidays: glamour, relaxation, nightlife and sport all in one.
The splendid mountains around Cortina offer a huge variety of excursions, climbs, via ferrata and walks for all visitors to the area, from holidaymakers to the most demanding climber. Summer sports include golf, horse riding, mountain biking, mountaineering, rafting, kayaking and canoeing.
Not only skiing and summer sports.
Cortina is home to about 250 shops, where you can find the top of Italian haute couture and Made in Italy, but also the best of local handicrafts, art, jewellery and antiques.
Corso Italia, the fashionable and pulsating heart of Cortina, is one of Italy’s most famous shopping streets, always crowded with tourists attracted by the shop windows, cafés and bars that line it.
Beloved by celebrities since the 1950s and often chosen as a film set, Cortina d’Ampezzo will host the 2026 Milan-Cortina Winter Olympics.


Art, history and gastronomic excellence.
Surrounded by hills and favoured by a mild climate, Bassano del Grappa is a pretty medieval town located near Vicenza.
Strolling through the historic centre means diving into art: the streets of the centre are adorned with the works of authors such as Palladio, Canova and Jacopo Da Ponte. The city’s symbolic monument is the Ponte Vecchio – built to a design by Palladio – and links its image to the Great War soldiers who rebuilt it.
Bassano is also the city of asparagus, mushrooms, cured meats and other exquisite specialities, which can be tasted in the many bars, taverns and typical shops. It is rich in craft shops: hats, stationery, antiques, coffee and tea, pens, food and wine and much more. But the local delight is grappa: let yourself be won over by a guided tour of a distillery, for a tasting and to see how the distillation process works.
About fifteen minutes from Bassano, you cannot miss a stop in Marostica and its famous Piazza degli Scacchi, where every two years a very special game is played with human pawns in Renaissance costumes: a spectacle not to be missed!
It is called the city of cherries because everything here is coloured red, from the fruit to the liqueurs, compotes and cakes.
Marostica is the perfect combination of cultural and natural heritage. The two mediaeval castles and fortified walls evoke the ancient origins of the area, but that’s not all: forests, meadows and panoramic viewpoints with their evocative and at times wild charm blend with the historical and artistic sites.

Wherever you want to go, take someone with you who can appreciate what you are looking at!

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