The 3 day tour starts and ends in Treviso. This circular tour will take you to the industrious medieval town of Castelfranco Veneto, birthplace of the Renaissance painter Giorgione; to the tranquil and charming Asolo, known as 'The Pearl of the province of Treviso' and 'The City of a Hundred Horizons'; to the bubbling Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, nested in gentle hills, surrounded by castles, wineries and grapevines. The last day is spent in the lovely, walled city of Treviso, with its narrow, cobbled streets of arcaded rose-red brick and stone, its tiny canals that run past handkerchief-sized gardens, glide beneath houses, and magically appear at street corners.
The 4-day tour develops along the same route of the 3-day one. The tour departs from Treviso and along canals and through pleasant hills reaches Castelfranco Veneto, Asolo, Valdobbiadene, Conegliano and Treviso again. On the 4th day a quite path along the River Sile takes the group from Treviso to the Adriatic sea in Jesolo. Optionally, the cycling experience can continue by the 15-kilometre beach called Lido di Jesolo. At the far west side of the lido lies Punta Sabbioni from which Venice is only a 50-minute ferry journey.
Veneto is a gem of a region in the very heart of Europe and its capital city is Venice.
Bound on the west by Lake Garda, on the north by the Dolomite Mountains and on the south-east by the Adriatic Sea, the landscape of Veneto is rich and varied and makes it a fascinating region to explore.
Roda Alta currently offers private or guided group tours around Treviso and Venice. Both centres can be easily reached from the major European cities, making them the perfect destinations for a weekend break.
The tours are designed to be accessible to a vast audience and multiple options are available to adjust their length and difficulty level. The only requirements are the passion for cycling, a minimum level of fitness, and the desire to discover local cultures and traditions.
Read on to discover the alternative travel options available at Roda Alta.