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Salt Route Bike Trail

Salt Route Bike Trail

The Salt Route Bike Trail is a 278km long path amidst nature inside the Po Delta Park region. This amateur bike itinerary takes place alongside with the traditional Salt Route by sea - part of the town’s heritage - that historical boats with their load of salt sail up from Cervia’s canal harbour to Venice, also known as the Serenissima.

Cervia Venezia bike trail - logo

The journey departing from Cervia and arriving in Venice goes through high natural value sites of unique beauty, exploring areas and site such as the lush Pinewoods of Ravenna, the river Bevano mouth, the Comacchio Valleys, the Volano Sanctuary, the forest Bosco della Mesola and the Venetian Delta Valleys, touching the towns of Ravenna, Comacchio and Chioggia, to finally reach Venice after a bike-boat stretch between Pellestrina and Lido di Venezia.

 

 

infoRMATION AND BOOKING

Cervia Turismo
Cervia
Torre San Michele, Via Arnaldo Evangelisti 4
Tel. 0544 916289
Fax. 0544 972911



Rotta del sale bike trail, bici e immagine dall'alto

rotta del Sale bike Trail, Chioggia e traghetto

Timetable

Itinerary

The bike route between Cervia and Venice can be enjoyed in several  stages that allow you to customise your journey as you like. 

The itinerary tested during the inauguration of the path in July 2018 consists of 3 main stops and is registered with gpx track that can be downloaded from the website Rotta del Sale bike trail.

Rotta del Sale, Mappa interattiva 2019 

View the interactive map of the route

Route

  • Cervia - Comacchio

Before reaching Comacchio and its valleys, you bike through amazing natural reserves such as the river Bevano mouth, the Ortazzo and the Ortazzino sites and Ravenna’s pinewoods. This stretch is enriched by culture as it goes through Ravenna - the town of Byzantine mosaic - and Comacchio, that keeps the tradition of eel and marinated fish alive.

  • Comacchio - Chioggia

A journey through Oasi di Volano, Delta’s boat bridges, Sacca degli Scardovari, Oasi di Ca Mello and Bagliona Valley up to Chioggia, which is part of UNESCO’s World Heritage and known as Piccola Venezia, Little Venice.

  • Chioggia - Venezia

The last bike-boat stop from Cà Roman, Pellestrina, Malamocco, S. Maria del Mare up to the Lido, to finally land in stunning Venice. This is the final stage of the Salt Route Bike Trail.

When

from April to June and September 2019

Where

Cervia - Venezia
Free

No

Information office

Tourist Information Office - Cervia
Cervia
Torre San Michele, Via Arnaldo Evangelisti 4
0544 977194

Book your holiday-Info & Booking 0544 974400

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