Cycling tourism in Veneto: the Quirico – Recoaro Terme Route


A nice ride all the way up to Recoaro, a few days stay at the spa, and then off to Trentino-Alto Adige, Austria, and maybe Germany. This could be the program for a bike tour that starts from Italy and ends in the heart of Europe, crossing territories of extraordinary beauty, in complete safety and relaxation. The route starts from the enchanting valleys of Chiampo and Valdagno, that will be soon connected to Recoaro Terme by a brand new bike lane. Following the recent investment of €10,000 to fix the signs on the bike lane Agno-Guà, the city is ready to complete the stretch of bike lane that goes from San Quirico to Recoaro Terme.

Bicyle lovers will have the opportunity to tackle a series of stops within the broader Ciclopista del Sole (CPS), which is part of EuroVelo7, one of the 15 itineraries that criss-cross Europe, and that in this case connect North Cape with Malta. The total number of kilometers traveled in Italy is 1970, 120 of which in Veneto. That's a good percentage for a region where there are plenty of bike lanes. Suffice it to say that between peripheral roads, paths, bike lanes and pedestrian streets, there are 612 cycling routes in Veneto (140 only in the province of Vicenza). Just to make a comparison, in Piemonte there are 551 bike routes, and in Campania only 76!


The Ciclopista del Sole, as well as the longer Eurovelo 7, are perfect examples of itineraries to discover new environments, cities, and people very different from each other. Both can be run in both directions, with stops and detours that everyone is free to plan as they see fit. Mydas Travel has always been committed to the development of tourism in Veneto and Central America. It is our goal to help groups of friends or families plan memorable trips. On foot, by bike, the fun is guranteed!

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