No matter which trekking tour around the villages of San Vigilio and San Martin you choose: the spectacular Dolomites accompany you as an ever-present mountain backdrop on all cycle paths. Here, the on-trend topic of pleasure cycling is the star, sweetened with a few unique advantages - so get on a bike suitable for tarmac and off-road trekking and into the breathtaking adventure of the Dolomites!
All this and more awaits you:
The most beautiful and well-known long-distance cycle routes in South Tyrol run through its main valleys. The Val Pusteria cycle path - also called Pusterbike - is one of the highlights of the long‑distance cycle routes, especially for pleasure cyclists and families. The cycle path follows the course of the Rienza from Fortezza to Brunico - the main town of Val Pusteria, which is definitely worth an extensive visit. The sections San Candido-Fortezza (Brunico / San Lorenzo) and San Candido-Lienz are particularly beautiful, but the route Brunico-Campo Tures should also be on the wish list. Its benefit: it is less used. The cycle paths are all directly accessible from San Vigilio via Marebbe, Pliscia and Maria Sares. Along the way, bikers can expect scenic beauty and cultural highlights, such as
The ideal beginners’ tour into the nature park Fanes-Senes-Braies is the San Vigilio - Pederü tour. The beautiful route from San Vigilio to Pederü runs for 12 kilometres through forests and meadows, right across the idyllic nature park and is continuously accompanied by the Vigilio stream. In the valley basin, the mountain inn Pederü awaits, a refreshment stop for tired cyclists. Here, you enjoy your well-earned snack surrounded by the Dolomites massif.
The route from San Vigilio into the mountaineering village of Lungiarü in the nature park Puez-Odle (UNESCO World Heritage of the Dolomites) is an absolute insider’s tip. Longiarü is situated at an altitude of 1,400 meters in Val da Lungiarü, an idyllic side valley of Val Badia in the western South Tyrolean Dolomites. The valley runs south-westwards from the village of San Martin to the Odle group. In addition to its natural treasures, the mountaineering village of around 600 inhabitants offers wonderful insights into Ladin culture. The little journey through time is highly recommended for all nature and culture lovers who are looking for the original.