Venetian Villas and Vineyards Cycling

From $1594 per person

****# Based on 29 customer reviews
(C) Franco Cogoli/SIME/4Corners
  • Totally unspoilt, easy cycling off the tourist trail - great for first timers!
  • Characterful, friendly hotels; great Venetian home cooking
  • Steeped in history: mediaeval castles, Palladian villas, Roman roads
  • Venice, Verona, Padua and Vicenza all within reach on your rest days
  • Masses of wine tasting opportunities

What's included?

  • 8 nights, hotel-to-hotel
  • Departs Every two days from 11 May '17 to 16 Oct '17
  • All continental breakfasts and evening meals included
  • Managed locally by Headwater employed representative
  • Sustainability rating: 80%
  • Headwater wine service
  • Route notes and maps provided
  • High quality bikes provided
  • Luggage transfers between hotels

Excellent for...

Venetian Villas and Vineyards Cycling

Our undiscovered corner of Veneto, just 60 minutes (but a world away) from bustling Venice, is the perfect setting for a relaxed cycling holiday. Nestled between the art cities of Padua, home to one of the oldest universities in the whole of Europe, and UNESCO-recognised Vicenza, the region is bursting with Patrician villas - built by Venetian nobles to escape the muggy heat of the city - and ancient castles, although it is surprisingly almost entirely untouched by tourism. Palladio was the most famous Renaissance architect and many of his buildings, including the Villa Rotonda, can be visited on day 7 of this interest-packed itinerary.

We take you across the Venetian plain, past cherry orchards and swaying vine terraces, with the outline of the conical shaped Euganean Hills and imposing Colli Berici acting as a constant backdrop. The cycling is wonderfully gentle, over the flatlands of the plain and the low foothills of the Colli Berici, along peaceful canalside paths, cycle tracks and quiet country roads, passing sumptuous villas and historic towns with wine tasting opportunities on the way.

En route the cuisine is fabulous, home cooked fayre and you'll stay with some of the friendliest people we've ever met. In Teolo you'll stay at Tiziana's lovingly restored Liberty villa, whilst there's a warm welcome at Valfrido and Angelina's charming agriturismo near Vicenza, and at the Ottolitri family's hotel just outside Galzignano.

Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive at Cortela

Arrive at your friendly agriturismo run by Gabriella and Alessandro, in time for dinner.

Day 2 - Cortela to Galzignano 38km/24mi

The day starts along the canalside path to Este. This delightful mediaeval town with its pastel, arcaded buildings boasts a C14 castle and an altar piece by Tiepolo in its Cathedral. Your next stop is Monselice. You can visit its mediaeval castle (converted into a sumptuous residence for a Venetian noble in the C15). From Monselice you follow the canal past the C19 Villa Italia, before arriving at Sig Ottolitri's friendly, family run hotel just outside Galzignano.

Day 3 - At Galzignano

It's a lovely circular cycle (route notes provided) to Arqua Petrarca, unchanged since the 1370's when Petrarch lived here. Visit his well-preserved house before pedalling off through vineyards to the fabulous Villa Barbarigo at Valsanzibio, the delightfully manicured C17 Italian gardens here are the best in the region.

Day 4 - Galzignano to Teolo 28km/17.5mi or 31km/19.5mi or 36km/22.5mi or 39km/24.5mi

Cycling through swaying vines you reach the charming village of Battaglia where there's time for a spot of wine tasting. You must try the local Serprino, a medium dry frizzante wine often compared to Prosecco, before carrying on through the spa towns of Montegrotto and Abano Terme to the Renaissance Abbey at La Praglia, where an order of Benedictine monks still preside. After admiring the elegant cloisters and C15 church you cycle upwards to Teolo, your hotel an elegant villa perched high above the town.

Day 5 - At Teolo

A former Roman settlement, Teolo's heyday was in the C15 when it became the summer home of Venice's doges escaping the heat on the coast. Many palazzi and formal gardens from the period remain. You could take a walk in the encircling Euganean hills (360 degree views from here) or maybe take the bus into Padua to admire the town's Giotto frescoes. Or, for a longer day out, take the bus/train to Italy's most romantic city, Venice. Enjoy a cappuccino in St Mark's Square, take a gondola under the Bridge of Sighs, admire the opulent gold decor of the Doge's Palace or visit the Peggy Guggenheim Exhibition. The list is endless!

Day 6 - Teolo to Villaganzerla 38km/24mi

Today starts with an exhilarating freewheel down through the Euganean hills to the mediaeval castle at San Martino. Then cycling by the Bacchiglione River you reach Cervarese Santa Croce in time for a relaxed lunch in the square. Onwards, it's into wine country once more to reach your charming farm hotel at Villaganzerla where you'll receive a warm welcome from Valfrido and Angelina. There's time for a dip in the pool (typically open June - early September) before dinner.

Day 7 - At Villaganzerla

You could laze by the pool but it's a shame to miss out on Vicenza! A cycle path (those feeling lazy can catch the bus) takes you there past the famous Palladian villa, La Rotonda. nicknamed 'Venice of the Terra Firma' for its marvellous architecture, Palladio designed dozens of the city's buildings, from the Basilica Palladiana in the main square to the Teatro Olimpico. There's plenty to explore.

Day 8 - Villaganzerla to Cortela 35km/22mi or 39km/24.5mi or 41km/26mi

Today's route follows the Strada del Tocai Rosso (the only area outside of Hungary where the red Tocai is grown). The wine road links a string of pretty villages, each with their own Venetian campanile. Then it's out across the plain to reach Vo Vecchio, criss-crossed with canals. The Euganean hills are spread out in front of you as you cycle through the vineyards to Gabriella and Alessandro's farmhouse for your last dinner.

Day 9 - Leave Cortela

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking. You can call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 to discuss accommodation options.

If you'd like to keep your bikes with you for any extra nights we can arrange this for you for just £25 per adult per day and £18 per child per day. Please contact us on 1-800-567-6286 for further details.

Agriturismo Il Feudo, Cortelà   (2 acorn)

Agriturismo Il Feudo, Cortelà

This lovely agriturismo is a charming, tranquil place in the middle of vineyards. Run by Gabriella and Alessandro - it's been in their family for over 200 years! - the family make their own olive oil and honey as well as their own wine. Your evening meal is Gabriella's home-made regional fayre.

The agriturismo offers 6 rooms, which are simple but comfortable, with polished pine floorboards, brightly coloured counterpanes and ensuite bathrooms. The dining room also has quite a rustic but homely feel to it, with stone walls, exposed wooden beams and brightly coloured table cloths.

Further details on the hotel website.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed

Belvedere Resort ai Colli, Galzignano Terme   (3 star)

Belvedere Resort ai Colli, Galzignano Terme

The Hotel Belvedere is situated in the outskirts of Galzignano,on the edge of the vines on the way to the nearby wine village of Torreglia. You'll feel immediately at home here - especially given the warm welcome you receive from the hospitable Ottolitri family.

The hotel is cosy throughout, from the welcoming lounge area where you can relax before or after dinner with its pastel coloured cosy armchairs and open fire, to the bedrooms, all decorated in their own floral pattern.

Half of the rooms look out over the garden - the first floor rooms have terraces which open right out onto it - whereas the rooms at the front of the hotel look out onto the backdrop of the vineyards.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning

Villa Lussana, Teolo   (3 star)

Villa Lussana, Teolo

Villa Lussana is a beautifully restored Liberty villa, with an attractive peach and white façade. The hotel is run by brother and sister Franco and Barbara Crestani. Barbara ensures you a warm welcome to Teolo, while Franco presides in the kitchen. Being slightly above the main square, the Villa's large terrace enjoys glorious views over the picturesque collection of houses of Teolo and the surrounding, imposing Euganean hills.

The rooms are elegantly furnished to match the Liberty décor, which has been maintained throughout. They have all the modern comforts too, which are cunningly concealed behind the grandiose décor.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning

Nearby facilities:

  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine

Agriturismo L’Albara, Villaganzerla   (3 acorn)

Agriturismo L’Albara, Villaganzerla

The Agriturismo L'Albara is situated about 1km from the centre of the tiny village of Villaganzerla in the middle of rural farming land. The area is known for its olive and cherry trees.

L'Albara is run by Valfrido, Angelina and their family. They are keen for you to discover the very best that this delightful region has to offer - from must sees around Venetia, to the local cuisine! Everything here comes freshly prepared according to what's in season and the wines come straight from their own vineyards!

The bedrooms here are cheerfully decorated with wrought iron bedsteads, bright coloured throws and polished wooden floors. They are all ensuite. The dining room is light and airy, with exposed wooden beams and dark wooden tables with views over the surrounding fields - the perfect setting for your evening meal.

Further details on the hotel website.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed

Extra nights and stop over hotels

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Hotel Kette, Venice   (4 star)

Hotel Kette, Venice

The Hotel Kette is set in the heart of Venice, a short distance from Teatro La Fenice, from via XXII marzo, the elegant shopping street, 2 minutes from piazza San Marco and only 10 minutes from Ponte di Rialto. So this is an excellent base for exploring the many delights Venice has in store.

The 63 en suite rooms are immaculately furnished and are fully worthy of the four-star rating.

It is possible to reserve a non-smoking room (please contact us and we will request this for you).

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Giulietta e Romeo , Verona   (3 star)

Giulietta e Romeo , Verona

The Giulietta e Romeo hotel, named after the town's most famous lovers, lies in a quiet side street just yards from the Arena. The hotel is fairly modern in style and very comfortable. There is a large lobby area, which leads onto the breakfast room, which is decorated in white with subtle lighting and art deco friezes on the windows.

The rooms are all carpeted and traditionally decorated in blue and red décor with cherry wood furniture. They are all en-suite and have double-glazing so there is little noise from the street. A couple of rooms even have the famous Juliet style balcony if you fancy a re-inaction!

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Travel options

Transfers included from Vicenza train station at 13:33, and back to Vicenza train station at 12:30.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 or email to arrange connecting flights.

Customer reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus, of course, an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted straight to our website - totally unedited. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Reviewed by Dr Brech on 08/10/2016

Despite being in a National Park, this was a less rural holiday than we were expecting. While some of the routes are rural in nature, you are never out of sight of a dwelling and you are on, or next to, or crossing, busy roads quite a lot of the time. Italy is also home to a plague of noisy motor bikes and scooters but I guess this is part of the culture! That said, the hotels and the food were mostly very good. We did an extra two days in Teolo which worked well and gave us two days in Padua (easy bus ride) as well as a pleasant local hike. Rep Sarah was as good as we had been led to believe and gave us a most detailed briefing. Her route notes were also excellent.

Reviewed by Mr Hutchison on 01/10/2016

Exercise, fresh air, excellent food and drink and, as ever with Headwater, getting to know a new area pretty well.

Reviewed by Mrs Wege on 13/09/2016

Very good, but next time would try a higher grade of route

Reviewed by Mr Timothy on 17/08/2016

Great holiday. Our rep Sarah was really helpful and ensured everything ran smoothly. Was sick on first day of arrival. Sarah and the people running the hotel helped me straight away so that I was able to get better and enjoy a great holiday. The scenery is stunning and people so friendly and helpful. Also the food was delicious in every place we stayed. You would pay an awful lot for that standard of food in the UK. We went in July so the weather was really hot in the afternoon so make sure you take lots of shade and water breaks.Was a fun holiday.

Reviewed by Mr Crockett on 02/08/2016

Great way to explore Italy.

Reviewed by Mr Twiss on 19/07/2016

Well planned and organised, good routes accurately described, very helpful staff.

Reviewed by Mr Tarr on 11/07/2016

This was our first cycling holiday, we are both reasonably fit but not regular cyclists so this was an excellent introduction.we found the routes fairly straight forward and enjoyable with the route notes easy to follow as long as we didn't read too far ahead (short term memory problems!). All the hotels were very good in their different ways , we ate well everywhere but the stand out food was at the Villa Lussana in Teolo. unfortunately we missed the ride to Teolo because of an extremely heavy thunder storm but Sarah our Rep picked us up and transfered us. The day wasn't wasted though, we were able to do a lovely circular walk later on in the afternoon to set us up for the first of our fabulous evening meals there. We took a bus into Padua on the rest day, well worth doing, we visited the Scrovegni Chapel and the the University to see the anatomy theatre. The two nights at the Agritourismo L' Albara were very convivial and the pool was lovely. To sum up, we had a great time, Sarah our rep was extremely helpful and helped make our holiday .

Reviewed by Mrs Thomas on 01/07/2016

Loved this little known area, which was perfect for easy cycling. Good variety of cycling ; quiet roads, alongside canals and dedicated cycle paths. Sarah our rep couldn't have been better and was always working hard for us to get the most out of our holiday. Loved Albara, which had a pool which was a bonus in our hot weather (30s). There is another holiday option to stay here as a base for week, I would think this would work well , as it was our favourite stopover out of the four we stayed at. Food and wine excellent all the way round and plenty of places to stop enroute.

Reviewed by Mrs Price on 06/06/2016

This was an interesting area of Italy and our holiday passed all too quickly with the usual Headwater mix of cultural visits and, of course cycling. The routes were well selected and mostly on cycle paths. Food was great. We didnt visit Padua, Vincenza or Venice as we preferred to explore the countryside. Otherwise the holiday was pretty much as described in the brochure.

Reviewed by Mrs Briddick on 30/05/2016

We were very lucky with the weather and this is important when on a cycling holiday! The accommodation was varied and highly suited to starting and ending a days cycling. We loved the routes which were through beautiful countryside ( isn't this lovely! I kept saying) and which provided us with convenient coffee and lunch stops. The cycling was spot on for a 1 cycle ride but it also offered more hilly routes is we wished to challenge ourselves. We soon found we had total confidence in the route notes and once when we went wrong I said - Sarah would never send us down this road! And I was right. You have to be a little flexible - one of our routes was blocked off by a motorcycling event but we were able to use the notes to rejoin the trail. We thoroughly enjoyed the food and the delicious local wine. I made friends with my bike and always looked forward to the next day's expedition. Great holiday!

Reviewed by Mrs Seville on 10/08/2015

This was a fantastic holiday mixing activity through cycling with culture by visiting Vicenza, Padua and Venice. It is great if you want an authentic holiday experience getting the feel of a country independently by cycling along country lanes and canal banks undisturbed by traffic and stopping at local markets or cafes for lunch with the security of knowing that a comfortable bed and good food awaits you at the end of a day. You feel you have earned the glass of wine and the lovely food using fresh local ingredients . The hotels were all different but individual and whilst not needed it is good to know that there is a local rep on hand to sort out any problems. It was 10 years since our last headwater cycling holiday but we were pleased that we still easily coped with the cycling and this holiday was the best mix of scenery, cycle routes, hotels and food out of the other 4 I have had over a 25 year period. Thank you for a great time.

Reviewed by Mrs Craik on 19/07/2015

We almost always travel independently and avoid package holidays. However, we wanted to do a cycling holiday and were attracted by the idea of being able to cycle from place to place with our luggage transported. Headwater did not let us down - we felt we had all the advantages of independent travel (getting off the well-worn tourist routes, meeting local people and eating regional food) yet had backup if we wanted or needed it. Our rep, Sarah, was outstanding, friendly and knowledgeable and generous with her time. Cycle routes were clear and had plenty of suggestions for detours to places of interest, or to make the day's trip more or less taxing. We liked all the places where we stayed - the two hotels were polished and comfortable, a lovely complement to the country cooking and warm family atmosphere of the two agritourismi.

Reviewed by Mr Crockett on 12/07/2015

Super holiday, loved the area, and all the hotels. Our rep, Sarah, was absolutely wonderful. She found us a taxi at a good price, she knew all about the area, the bag transfer was done most efficiently, what a lovely lady. She even recognised that we felt more comfortable eating as just a couple, and not in a larger group, and without us asking she organised a table for just us two. How perceptive!! Thank you Sarah.

Reviewed by Mrs Hulme on 18/08/2014

We enjoyed another quality holiday with Headwater. This area of Italy is very pretty, ideal for gentle cycling and sightseeing. All of the hotels provided excellent food, wine and accomodation.

Reviewed by Mr Mace on 25/07/2014

You really get to know a country on a bike - the real people, the flora and fauna, food and customs. Eat like a king and not feel guilty! You have to accept some discomfort - mosquitos, missing/faulty air conditioning, rain showers, bikes with no suspension at all, miss the odd lunch, but it's got to be better than plonked next to a pool reading a book, and cramming another meal in. Not sure you'd want to publish these comments though! Seriously, we enjoyed our holiday, and look forward to our next one - maybe Denmark?

Reviewed by Mr Waters on 10/07/2014

Overall a superb holiday, occasional cyclist managed route, good accommodation, good route and other notes. Good access to other locations for tourist visiting. Excellent local rep.

Reviewed by Mr Munn on 13/06/2014

This was our 13th consecutive year of cycling holidays with Headwater and was one of the best. This was partly because the weather was so good but mainly because the Veneto is such a lovely area for cycling and hoidaying. The food at all hotels was excellent and the local wines are not only excellent but cheap.

Reviewed by Mrs Ripley on 25/11/2013

An excellent holiday with the usual high standards of food, accommodation and planning.

Reviewed by Mr Collman on 14/10/2013

A cycling holiday is an adventure. We started in summer weather and ended in cold and rain which did somewhat marr this experience. This was our 6th cycling holiday, and we felt that the route was somewhat artificial. [Our favourite was the Danube, Passau to Vienna, which was a real journey.]

Reviewed by Mr Jackson on 10/10/2013

The holiday itinerary was well-planned and took us through a delightful and unfamiliar part of northern Italy. The cycling was leisurely but varied, with opportunities to visit a range of very interesting and attractive places and sights. Sarah's advice and suggestions were excellent, and she dealt promptly with a problem with one of the bikes. Accommodation was very good: we particularly enjoyed our stays at Belvedere Resort ai Colle and at Agriturismo l'Albara (where dining alongside the family made for a great atmosphere). Everyone we met was friendly and helpful, the weather was excellent at this time of year, and the local wine a revelation (unfortunately we were only able to bring back 2 bottles from Gabriella at Agriturismo Il Feudo)!

Reviewed by Dr Bungay on 27/09/2013

Wonderful cycling holiday with varied days and experiences. The cycling could be easy or more challenging according to the options. The scenery and architecture was amazing, but very few tourists (except Venice)

Reviewed by Mrs Fuller on 10/09/2013

Really lovely holiday. We loved Il feudo especially, but variety in the hotels was a positive feature. Would avoid temperatures in high 30s next time by going earlier. Sarah was helpful and knowledgeable. Ideal for family with children, including chance to visit Venice and Vicenza.

Reviewed by Mrs Morris on 22/07/2013

Sarah was fantastic- all credit to her. Funny, kind, thoughtful and a wealth of knowledge!

Reviewed by Mr Moss on 20/05/2013

Wonderful opportunity to see some of the lovely Veneto plain, whilst getting exercise, and building up appetite for the evening meals. We have used Headwater twice now and would not consider using another cycling tour company as the variable start dates, knowledgeable and helpful reps, and welcoming hosts make the entire experience enjoyable.

Reviewed by Mrs Wann on 06/10/2012

Headwater are a reliable company who deliver what they advertise in the brochure.

Reviewed by Mrs Gunderson on 03/09/2012

This was our first cycling holiday and I as a novice cyclist was a bit apprehensive, but it turned out to be one of the best holidays we have had. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The only negative was the extremely hot temperatures during the first week - 42 degrees most afternoons. The routes were all a good length for me, especially, and the directions were very easy to follow. We received a warm welcome everywhere we stayed and enjoyed very much the excellent food and wine.

Reviewed by Mrs Bradley on 07/08/2012

This was our first arranged cycling holiday, and we were pleasantly surprised with warmth and expertise of Sarah the rep. Also of the efficient organisation of the holiday and the way it worked out for us. We were very pleased with the hotels and the service that they offered, nothing being too much trouble for them. One thing we would ask for next time is that you arrange for the heat to be turned down a little please!!

Reviewed by Mis Maxfield on 23/06/2012

Great experience - lovely area and good notes for the cycling. Excellent food in all locations.

Reviewed by Mr Scott on 11/06/2012

fabulous....thanks very much

From our postbag

In addition to comments received on our post-holiday questionnaires, we've also been sent the following comments from our satisfied customers.

Mr W Crough travelled to Veneto in 2007

What is the appeal of this wonderful country?

Is there a balance between cultivated and raw?

Between the wooded and the plain?

Are the distances between towns just right?

Are they the size that suggests community?

My wife and I feel that this place satisfies an innate longing that is hard to find in other places we’ve been. We love the “campanili”, cooking that doesn’t think sugar is a flavour, people that are relaxed, history piled on history, bicycling outfits that would make me blush, everyone has their wine, weather that is hard to predict, soil that looks and feels like it’s just waiting for the next rain, cycling “unter den unden”, chestnuts and remembering their aromas, people who loved to share their language, new houses attached to the antique, churches that reflect a commitment of decades of money, toil and danger, food that isn’t afraid of salt and oil, water springs that are recognised for their utility and beauty and a sense that we have been very fortunate to have been here at this time.

Departure dates & prices

October 2016 departuresTour only 
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Holiday details

Holiday type

Self-guided cycling, hotel-to-hotel. Managed locally by Headwater employed rep.


Every two days from 11 May '17 to 16 Oct '17, for 9 days (8 nights). This holiday departs every 2 days, however non-standard arrivals and altered itineraries may be possible - please call for prices.


All continental breakfasts and evening meals included.

Other details

Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information. Please call us for single room supplements, room upgrade options and child prices.

Starting your tour

Transfers included from Vicenza train station at 13:33, and back to Vicenza train station at 12:30.

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