The Sile Greenway is a cycle-pedestrian route that follows the course of the Sile: Europe’s longest resurgence river. The experience of cycling from Treviso to Jesolo reveals great natural and historical wonders of the Veneto. It is one of the most popular routes for green travel lovers, so it is worth getting to know it better
GROUND: mainly gravel
PROTECTED AREA: 87% of the track
USABILITY: all year round
TIME: 05:01 hours with average speed 12.7 km/h
LENGTH: 52 km from Treviso to Jesolo Paese. From there another 2.5 km to Piazza Drago (Jesolo Lido) or 11 km to the Sile estuary (Cavallino).
To cycle the Sile Greenway, it is useful to know its itinerary and have a guide to the route that leads from Treviso to the seaside location of Jesolo: Lido di Jesolo and/or Cavallino.
The Greenway follows the course of the river Sile, which rises between Casacorba di Vedelago (TV) and Torreselle, a fraction of Piombino Dese (PD). Its course continues to the south-western outskirts of Treviso, from where the itinerary starts:
Precisely, the starting point is the Parking Porto of Fiera di Treviso.
From here, taking the inner Stradella C, we reach Via Alzaia: we are on the left bank of the Sile.
Once in the centre of Jesolo, crossing the river on the pedestrian bridge, you will find the urban cycle network. Follow it to Jesolo Lido or Cavallino.
To cycle the Sile Greenway and ensure the best experience, a few additional tips and information are useful:
Once the route is over, on hot days it is a good idea to take a dip in the sea and indulge in some relaxation in Jesolo’s beach area. So why not take a swimming costume and a towel with you?
Cycling along the Sile Greenway, one has the opportunity to encounter many places of interest: it is worth getting to know them in order to further appreciate the experience, indulging in a short visit to discover natural and historical places.
All that remains now is to enjoy the ride!