The area features particularly beautiful landscapes with river environment characterized by an exceptionally lush and varied flora and by a fauna which has almost disappeared elsewhere.
From Sacile, or in Sacile, many itineraries can be planned: southwards in the countryside with its historical remains, or northwards at the foot of the mountains, with the springs of the river Livenza, boroughs and castles, and the pile dwellings in Palù di Livenza.
The most skilled riders can venture out to the forest of Cansiglio and Friulian Dolomites to enjoy breath-taking panoramas, ancient paths (sometimes paved), sweet slopes and arduous traits, cottages, pastures and woods. These areas, with their natural attractions, offer panoramic views on the plain below, conveying a magic serenity. On clear days, the panorama stretches to the sea.
Sacile, a fabulous starting point
Historically, Sacile is an important meeting point: a crossroads between the mountains and the sea, between Friuli and Veneto. It is the gateway to the Cansiglio and Piancavallo mountains to the north, the starting point for descending along the Livenza river to the Adriatic Sea to the south, the main point of passage between the Friulian plain to the east and the Marca Trevigiana to the west. Sacile is also a node in the Friuli Venezia Giulia cycling network, through which two cycle paths and the national FIAB AIDA route pass. Other routes, which are very popular with cyclists, branch off from these axes in all directions, making the city a popular base for two-wheelers.
These 8 itineraries allow you to discover the territory in every direction; map, descriptions, useful information and gpx track for each are available for free!
Itineraries for cycle tourism