Biking through Bassano del Grappa, Italy. Photo via Flickr:Graeme Churchard

Lake Alleghe, Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park, Belluno, Veneto, Italy. Photo via Flickr:Roberto Ferrari

Dolomites to Venice Road Bike Tour

Italy Bike Tours

Challenge yourself on this road bike tour in Italy!

  • The Dolomites are a phenomenal mountain range between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. High peaks, steep walls, alpine pastures and mountain villages are the daily scenery of the stages. Little streets lead you up to passes or you just follow the valley from north to south getting closer and closer to the warm Adriatic Sea.

    From the north east of the Dolomites, you will cycle over famous mountain passes. Lake Misurina, the "Three Peaks" and the Olympic town of Cortina d'Ampezzo are only some of the highlights you will see along the way. The tour takes you on to Bassano del Grappa where the land starts to level out. From here you cycle slowly downwards into the valley. After a short detour to Asolo, the town of a hundred horizons, you cycle along the wine road from Valdobbiandene to Vittorio Veneto. The wonderful town of Treviso awaits your arrival. Following the path along the Sile River, you will reach Venice.

    The Dolomites are well known from the race “Giro d’Italia” and demand very good fitness from the cyclists. The final stage will lead you directly to Venice and to the large beaches of the Adriatic Sea.

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  • 2019 Prices 

    May 5 - June 16; September 15 - September 22: $ 1622 £ 844 $ 1,468 981 $ 1693 kr 10458 $ 1,114

    Single room: $ 1869 £ 973 $ 1,692 1131 $ 1952 kr 12057 $ 1,284

    June 23 - September 8: $ 1754 £ 913 $ 1,587 1061 $ 1831 kr 11311 $ 1,205

    Single room: $ 2002 £ 1042 $ 1,812 1211 $ 2090 kr 12910 $ 1,375

    extra options

    GPS device: $ 41 £ 22 $ 37 25 $ 43 kr 267 $ 28

    Return transfer*: $ 119 £ 62 $ 108 72 $ 124 kr 768 $ 82

    *by shuttle-bus every Saturday from Mestre to Pusteria Valley (Toblach/Niederdorf) including the own bike. During the months of June, July and August, return transfer also on Wednesday. Minimum: 2 persons. On every other day transfers are available on request (with a minimum of 4 participants). 

    Extra nights (price is per person/night):
    Venice/Mestre or Quarto d'Altino, 4-star hotel: $ 101 £ 52 $ 91 61 $ 105 kr 650 $ 69

    Single supplement: $ 36 £ 19 $ 33 22 $ 38 kr 235 $ 25

    Pustertal, 3-star hotel: On request

    Single supplement: On request

    please note

    Rates are per person based on double occupancy.

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  • Travel

    Fly to Venice (Airport Treviso).

    Local Travel

    Train from the airport or on request, we can organize a transfer from the airport to the starting point of the tour.


    Bring layered clothing for the various temperature changes in the mountains and valleys. Check local conditions prior to departure. Average high/low temperature in °F for the area is: 64/43° for April, 72/51° May, 79/56° June, 84/61° July, 82/60° August, & 76/54° for September.


    Minimum number of participants: 2

Where You’ll Stay

Very nice, comfortable 3 & 4 star hotels & guesthouses.

What’s Included

  • Welcome & tour presentation
  • Hotel accommodations for 7 nights in 3 & 4 star hotels/guesthouses
  • Breakfasts
  • Luggage transfer
  • Detailed tour information
  • Road bike
  • Service hotline
  • GPS data

What’s Not Included

  • Local tourist fees (€1 to €2 per night)
  • Remaining meals
  • Return transfer every Wednesday/Saturday from Venice to Toblach/Niederdorf incl. own bike: €72
  • Bicycle Protection
  • Travel Insurance

Extra Stay

Additional nights possible in Venice/Mestre.

TypeSelf Guided
Length8 days
From981 Rates
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Tour Dates

Arrivals every Saturday from May 25 to September 21, 2019 *

Every Wednesday from June 5 to August 28, 2019*

*Arrivals on July 7 and July 13 are not possible.

Minimum number of participants: 2

Skill Level

This tour has a sportive nature and demands training to accommodate such. Cyclists will need to be prepared to ride from 50 to 69 miles (80 - 110 km) a day with some steep climbs involved.

Day-To-Day Itinerary

Dolomites to Venice Road Bike Tour Map

Day 1: Arrival at Toblach/Niederdorf
Day 2: Toblach/Niederdorf - Cortina d/Ampezzo, 50 mi. and 5,413 ft in altitude (80 km and 1,650 m in altitude or 90 km and 1300 m in altitude)
Day 3: Cortina d’Ampezzo - Belluno, 59 mi. and 3609'  in altitude (95 km and 1600 m in altitude)
Day 4: Belluno - Feltre,  62 mi. and 2,789 ft in altitude (100 km and 850 m)
Day 5: Feltre - Bassano Del Grappa,  41 mi. and 4,921 ft in altitude (65 km and 1,500 m)
Day 6: Bassano Del Grappa - Treviso, 69 mi. and 1,969 ft in altitude (110 km and 600 m)
Day 7: Treviso - Venice/Mestre, 68 mi. and 0 ft in altitude (110 km and 0 m)
Day 8: Departure from Venice/Mestre.

All distances are approximate.

Day 1: Individual arrival at Toblach/Niederdorf
Arrival at the hotel in the Alta Pusteria.

Day 2:  Toblach/Niederdorf - Cortina d/Ampezzo, 50 mi. and 5,413' in altitude (80 km and 1,650 m in altitude or 90 km and 1300 m in altitude)
Toblach – Sexten Valley – Kreuzberg Pass – Padola – Passo San Antonio – Auronzo – Tre Croci Pass – Cortina d’Ampezzo 
This road bike tour in Italy initially takes you from Toblach through to the Sexten Valley, a flanking valley of Hochpustertal in the heart of the Dolomites. The route continues over the Kreuzberg pass and into the province of Belluno before going over two more Dolomiti passes en route to the former Olympic town of Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Day 3: Cortina d’Ampezzo - Belluno, 59 mi. and 3609'  in altitude (95 km and 1600 m in altitude)
Cortina d’Ampezzo – Passo Giau – Selva di Cadore – Alleghe – Belluno 
Today you leave Cortina with the summit of the Tofane on the right and on the left, the Five towers interchange with the spendid mountain views.

Day 4: Belluno - Feltre, 62 mi and 2789' in altitude (100 km and 850 m)
Belluno – Ponte nelle Alpi – Alpago – Lago Santa Croce – Passo San Boldo – Feltre 
Leaving the stronghold of the ice cream makers you will cycle into the famous Italian prosecco sparkling wine) area of Valdobbiadene before reaching Feltre.

Day 5: Feltre – Bassano Del Grappa, 41 mi and 4921 in altitude (65 km and 1500 m)
Feltre – Monte Grappa – Bassano del Grappa 
Before you finally reach the plains, you still have the Monte Grappa to attempt and defeat! During the 1st World War this was one of the many areas of the battles between Austria, Hungary and Italy.

Day 6: Bassano Del Grappa - Treviso, 69 mi. and 1969 ' in altitude (110 km and 600 m)
Bassano – Asolo – Valdobbiandene – Vittorio Veneto – Conegliano – Treviso 
You’ll leave the Alps now and will already be able to admire the first villas of the famous Italian architect Palladio. The idyllic small town Asolo invites you for a break before going on to the city of Treviso, the town of the watercourses. You will cycle along the so-called wine road to Vittorio and Conegliano on your way to Treviso. Enjoy the shopping streets famous for fashion (home of Benetton).

Day 7: Treviso – Venice/Mestre, 69 mi. and 0 ' in altitude (110 km and 0 m)
Treviso – Casale sul Sile – Quarto d’Altino – Lido di Jesolo - Venice (Mestre/Marghera) 
Along the river Sile, you will reach the Adriatic Sea and shortly afterwards, Mestre/Venice. Admire the “Serenissima” with all its magnificent buildings.Overnight in Venice/Mestre.

Day 8: Departure from Venice/Mestre

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