From Venice to Porec

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8 days





The beauty of this package is in the freedom it offers: without a guide, you are free to decide the timing, pace, and stops of your journey. Travel freely, travel your way!

2/5 Medium-Easy

Moderate-Easy, between 25 and 65 kilometers per day with an elevation gain between 150 and 300 meters.



The starting point is different from the ending point, with overnight stays in different hotels and daily stages.


Day 1: Mestre
Individual arrival at the first hotel in Mestre. If you have time, don't miss the opportunity to visit the Serenissima: take a walk through the calle, typical Venetian streets, to discover the hidden corners of this fairytale city. From your hotel, you can easily reach Venice (about 10 minutes) by bus or train.

Day 2: Mestre – Jesolo/Caorle (35 or 80 km)
Today you have two possibilities: cycle along the dam and the lagoon to Venice, or proceed inland along the Sile river to reach Jesolo/Caorle. In the first case, you will cycle to the pier in Venice and then take the vaporetto to Punta Sabbioni (not included). On the long beaches of Cavallino's coastline, a fist of land in the north of the lagoon, the road is lined with numerous fishing boats and souvenir stalls; push yourself to the lighthouse at the end of the island for a final magnificent view of Venice and its islands. On the way to Jesolo, stop for a swim in the Adriatic or a pleasant lunch break. Following the second alternative, you will instead follow the Sile river, which flows quietly inland: the Latin origin of its name indicates its flowing while maintaining silence. Past the Caligo Tower ruins, a medieval tower near the Caligo canal, you will arrive directly at Jesolo or Caorle.

Day 3: Jesolo/Caorle – Concordia Sagittaria/Portogruaro (30 or 35 km)
Along the coast, you will reach Caorle, an ancient fishing village with a thousand-year history, but also a seaside resort known for the beautiful golden beach that descends towards the sea. Having passed Caorle, you pedal inland, towards the Julian Alps, looming in the distance towards Portogruaro, once an important river port of the Serenissima. Even today, many of its inhabitants consider Portogruaro the most Venetian city, and not wrongly so, as many buildings, buildings, and squares retain numerous typically Venetian ornamental elements.

Day 4: Concordia Sagittaria/Portogruaro – Grado/Aquileia (65 km + boat from Marano Lagunare; or 45 km with train to Latisana + boat; or 85 km without ferry)
Besides the Adriatic beaches, there is much to discover in this region: remains of Roman cities, ancient churches, isolated landscapes on the edges of the lagoon. From Marano Lagunare by ferry (included) you will arrive shortly before Aquileia, once an important city of the Roman Empire. Some excavations of the ancient city are visible in the open-air site and in two museums.

Day 5: Grado/Aquileia – Trieste (40 or 80 km)
The first part of the day takes place inland, through the landscape of the Karst characterized by numerous underground cavities. You will then proceed towards Trieste, returning to the coast and a unique stretch of coastline, where the plateaus plunge into the blue water and the white cliffs stand straight towards the sky. You will pass lively beach resorts like Duino, Sistiana, Miramare, and Barcola. Take a break to visit the romantic Miramare castle overlooking Grignano bay, in the middle of a lush park where more than 2000 trees flourish. You will finally arrive in the Gulf of Trieste and can finally discover this magnificent city, of austrian charm, former door of the Habsburg empire.
Day 6: Trieste – Piran/Portorož (35 or 65 km)

Just a few kilometers by bike before reaching the Slovenian border. In Slovenia, the itinerary continues mainly on a cycle path passing through well-known holiday resorts such as Koper (Capodistria) and Izola (Istria Island), on to Piran or Portorož (Portorose), a famous thermal town of the Slovenian Riviera.

Day 7: Piran/Portorož – Poreč (70 km)
The stage will start with a passage in front of the Secovlje salt pans where sea salt is recovered through a process of natural evaporation. Shortly after, you will cross the border with Croatia. The itinerary follows the Croatian part of Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic, and leads you to Poreč along a beautiful slightly hilly route. Poreč, the most important coastal city of western Istria, is certainly worth a visit: the Euphrasian Basilica is included in the list of World Heritage Humanity.

Day 8: Poreč
After breakfast, end of services. Individual departure or possibility to extend the stay.

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✅ What is included in the trip?

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  • Overnight stay and breakfast
  • Luggage transfer
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  • Boat transfer on day 4

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From Venice to Porec

  • To skim, by bike, the beaches of the Venetian and Friulian coast always having at hand the possibility of taking a refreshing dip
  • To discover medieval fortresses, Roman remains and unique buildings rich in Venetian elements
  • To visit the city of Trieste, with its undisputed Austro-Hungarian charm and its literary cafes
  • For the charm of the picturesque Poreč, a Unesco Heritage
  • To experience a unique holiday between Venice and Slovenia by bicycle

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