Enjoying the panoramic views offered by the natural setting of the Po Delta, this cycling route takes you through the island of Ca' Venier, the roads of the Southern Valleys, the island of Donzella and the Venice and Goro branches of the Po.
These cycling routes through the valleys and lagoons are a paradise for birdwatchers and all those that love wild natural environments.
CIRCUIT OF THE ISLAND OF CA' VENIER
Cà Pisani - Cà Venier - Cà Zuliani - Boccassette - Barchessa Ravagnan - Scanarello - Polesinone - Cà Pisani. 26 km ring route.
DISCOVER THE ROADS OF THE SOUTHERN VALLEYS
Porto Levante - Via delle Valli sud - Scanarello - Polesinone - Cà Pisani - Cà Giustinian - Mea - Marina Nuova - Porto Levante. 41 km ring route. 41.
DISCOVER THE ISLAND OF DONZELLA
Cà Tiepolo - Tolle - Cà Dolfin - Scardovari - Barricata - Sacca degli Scardovari - Cà Mello - Cà Tiepolo. 40 km ring route.
CIRCUIT OF THE VENICE AND GORO BRANCHES OF THE PO
Corbola - Mazzorno destro - Cà Zen - Tenuta La Presa - Cà Vendramin -Rivà - S.Basilio - Ariano Polesine - Santa Maria in Punta - Garzara - Corbola. 41 km ring route.
The canoe routes allow you to witness the inlets of the Po Delta from an amazing viewpoint, a mosaic of sandbanks, lagoons, valleys, embankments, coves, high water beds and gobies.
PO DI MAISTRA
Leaving from Cà Tiepolo, you can see the perches of Pygmy Cormorants and Squacco Herons as well as the harriers and falcons that dominate the crisp sky. Gain access to a faraway world that follows the rhythms of nature and animals.
With a stop at Scano Boa and a brief visit to the Lighthouse at Punta Maistra, which still lights up the sky and provides a high viewpoint over the Delta, this is a truly surprising experience full of new sensations.
THE GORGES OF CONTARINA
A nature trail through fascinating areas such as the island of Madonnina with its red herons makes this an exciting route. Leaving from Pila you can glimpse water life popping out of the mud, the flick of an eel, the coypu, a strange cross between a beaver and a rat, digging in the canes rich with bird nests and the homes of insects and fish that come to the surface when the water is still.