In this chapter we discuss a historical route, totally immersed in the Venetian lagoon, the Cycle Route from Chioggia to Lido di Venezia.
The Cycle Route from Chioggia to Lido di Venezia is totally immersed in the wonderful Venetian lagoon, that piece of land that protects the history of an incredible people and the biodiversity of these natural areas. It is an area characterized by a sometimes precarious balance, where man and nature often collide, past and present trample each other but which, despite this, continue to unite and intertwine.
From this fishing village, with its houses of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the ride begins along the high wall of the murazzi, an imposing Istrian stone dam built by the Republic of Venice to defend the lagoon from the erosion of the sea .
Along the way you may also see the ladies who work the bobbin, an old technique used for the processing of lace on cylindrical-shaped cushions.
Arriving at the port of San Pietro in Volta, where there is a small fishing village and an eighteenth-century church, you take the ferry to the nearby Lido island. Then you go down to Alberoni, an area that preserves a protected area characterized by an ecosystem of great interest, characterized by natural dunes and spontaneous vegetation.
- Info Cycle Route from Chioggia to Lido di Venezia
- Start: Chioggia
- Arrival: Lido of Venice
- Length: 24 km
- Duration: 2.45 h
- Difficulty: Easy (Tourist)
- Lunch: Along the way / packed lunch
- Suitable for: Cyclists, Families
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