CYCLING IN ROSETO DEGLI ABRUZZI

Roseto by bike

Discover a wonderful cycle path that runs through Roseto degli Abruzzi, offering an extraordinary experience along the sea and connecting the city to the neighboring municipalities of Giulianova to the north and Pineto to the south. This impeccably paved path undergoes constant maintenance, ensuring cyclists and skaters a comfortable experience both during the day and at night. Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of unforgettable rides, face to face with nature and the beauty of the coastal landscape.

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The Cycle-Pedestrian Bridge

Embark on a cycling adventure that will lead you to discover the surrounding area in all its nuances. Choosing a bike as your travel companion is the perfect way to explore, observe, and savor every detail along the route. Pedalling along the magnificent cycle path that runs along the Roseto seafront, heading south, you will witness breathtaking scenery. Admire the beautiful beach with its charming beach clubs and seaside chalets, feel the breeze caress you as you cross the pier, and get ready to experience something even more extraordinary. The cycle path will take you beyond the borders of Roseto, thanks to the new and fascinating cycle-pedestrian bridge. By crossing it, you will reach the town of Pineto. Get on your bike and let yourself be carried away on an adventure without boundaries.

Roseto and the Giro D'Italia

Roseto degli Abruzzi has been a recurring stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race. In the last edition, a beautiful artistic installation by Roseto Art.Lab greeted the passage of the pink caravan.

Bike to Coast

The Bike to Coast is a 131-kilometer cycle path that, through the greenways of the Adriatic, stretches from Martinsicuro (TE) to San Salvo (CH).

Beaches, protected nature areas, clear waters, small villages, castles, abbeys, food and wine, and hospitality are the added value of Italy’s most beautiful cycle path.

The Abruzzo section, mostly following the coastline and often built on disused railway tracks, is part of the broader national context of the Adriatic Cycle Path. In 2020, it allowed the Abruzzo region to win the Italian Green Road Award, the Oscar of cycle tourism.

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