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The ‘3rd Basin and Casoni’ itinerary takes you to the most intimate and symbolic places in the municipality of San Michele al Tagliamento. The Terzo Bacino is in fact a place of enchantment where history and modernity mingle. Here you will find authentic and perfectly preserved casoni, where 20th century fishermen and hunters would gather for hunting and fishing trips. How many memories linked to these places and how many anecdotes you can ask the old men of the village to tell you…

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The ‘Brussa and Vallevecchia’ route begins at the Brussa beach. This is a patch of ‘wild’ beach where nature meets sea and man. It then continues to Vallevecchia, a splendid example of local fauna and flora in perfect harmony. From here, one moves along the asphalt road to Brussa Castle. Not far away is the Val Perrera, which is travelled along long dirt tracks and small bumps that lead to the lagoon and the Casoni (fishermen’s huts) located there.

The ‘Lungofiume’ route actually runs along the Tagliamento River, along one bank on the outward journey and the other on the return. Starting from Marinella, it climbs immediately above the embankment and here leads to Cesarolo with a long passage on a dirt road. Here we pay a visit to the Isola dei Picchi (Island of the Woodpeckers) and continue above the embankment towards San Filippo. Here we descend and travel a stretch on a busy road. We then climb back up the last stretch of the embankment, arriving at San Michele and the bridge connecting the Veneto to Friuli Venezia Giulia, from San Michele al Tagliamento to Latisana. Those who wish to complete the loop can proceed along the other bank of the Tagliamento River from Latisana to Bevazzana via Pertegada.

The ‘Giralagune’ route is to be experienced in a full day. So strap on your bike and set off from Brussa to the Terzo Bacino, along paved, safe roads with little traffic. If you wish to shorten the route a little, it is advisable to reach Prati Nuovi and here take the new footbridge connecting the Brussa to the municipality of San Michele al Tagliamento.

The ‘GiraLemene e Casoni’ route begins in the municipality of Gruaro, specifically at the Mulini di Stalis. From here we take the internal road that leads to Portovecchio, a hamlet of Portogruaro, where we can visit the historic Villa Bombarda. From here we move into the heart of the city of Portogruaro, continuing towards Piazza Dogana and along the Lungofiume Lemene, which leads to the town of Concordia Sagittaria.

Along the cycle path that runs alongside the main road, we go to the locality of Sindacale, where we enter the Bosco delle Lame (dirt road and beaten gravel). Surrounded by vegetation, we ride as far as Marango and then again to San Gaetano, in the municipality of Caorle. Here the roads are asphalted, well-marked and lead to the seaside town of Caorle, where the route concludes with a visit to the Fishermen’s Village.

The ‘Lighthouse and the pine forest’ route focuses on the heart of Bibione’s pine forest. Starting from the heart of the city, Piazzale Zenith, we move towards the Lighthouse along the brand new cycle path immersed in the surrounding vegetation. In fact, it is a splendid wooden walkway accessible to all. Having visited the lighthouse, one continues towards the road inside the pine forest that leads to the Sixth Basin. This is the most challenging stretch because there is total coverage of the beaten earth and sand path, but it is also the most fascinating and natural.

The ‘Ring of Cesarolo’ route is a long passage through the less-travelled but surprisingly enthralling areas of Bibione. Cesarolo, in fact, with its splendid nature, its simple country life, its scents and its famous white asparagus is a treat not to be missed. A ride along the inner streets of this country town will take you back to the quiet and agrarian life of yesteryear, with farmers mowing the grass and boats plying the still waters of the Tagliamento River. Enter the Canale dei Lovi and admire the typical casoni (huts) of the past, perfectly preserved and suitable for a break in the open air. Visit the Third Basin and get caught up in the magic of nature.

The ‘Productive Countryside’ Itinerary insinuates itself into the hidden and rustic beauties of Bibione. Between one bike ride and the next, you can let yourself be enchanted by the country scents and smells of Bibione’s hinterland, discovering its food and wine and rural delicacies. You will go back in time, amidst fascination and amazement. You will find melons, peaches, white asparagus from Bibione, tomatoes, and whatever else you want to make your holiday a wonderful smile towards the products of the earth and nature.

Passeggiata Adriatico (Adriatic Promenade) is the name of the bicycle and pedestrian path parallel to the beach, which crosses the entire Bibione coastline from east to west, from Piazzale Zenit to Bibione Pineda. A real surprise

A beautiful internal cycle path, in sections with two lanes connecting to the Passeggiata Adriatico, crosses Bibione parallel to the beach. Pedal after pedal, it is the best way to discover the pulsating life of the city, teeming with shops and clubs, at all times of the day.