Bibione tells its story through a variety of cycle paths, emblems of slow and sustainable tourism where natural beauty, cultural heritage and fun coexist harmoniously.
It is no coincidence that Bibione can be explored safely on two wheels, cycling along the city ring route or through the autochthonous Lecceta Wood, to find shelter from the heat of summer days. You can also cycle along Passeggiata Adriatico, the longest panoramic route in the Upper Adriatic.
The best cycle routes around Bibione
The cycle routes that start in Bibione are a comprehensive combination of history and ecology: reach the mouth of the Tagliamento River crossing the pine forest and cycle around one of the most intact habitats in Europe, discover the agricultural traditions around Bibione, visit the Valgrande and Vallesina and head to the historic casoni (or fishermen’s huts), where it is not unusual to see pink flamingos and grey herons.
There is also a new boat service that connects Bibione to the natural oasis of Vallevecchia, onto which you can load your bike, for an immersive experience in the lagoon.