CYCLING THROUGH HISTORY
A loop route starting from the Riserva del Bosco della Mesola, to reach the Castle of Mesola with its Museum, Pomposa Abbey and back. A route to discover the origins of the delta territory, its formation and reclamation by man.
From the Reserve Bosco della Mesola to the Castle and Museum of Mesola
Departure from the car park for visitors of the Riserva del Bosco della Mesola. We ride along via Frassini to the end, then take the protected cycle path on the left alongside the provincial road to the junction with via Belmonte, which we follow until the Natural Oasis of Torre Abate. Past the Canale Bianco we go left to climb up the riverbank until we reach Via Dossone Sud and then turn left again onto the protected cycle path of Via Biverare; we cross the subway of the Romea state road and we arrive at the Castle.
From the Castle and Museum of Mesola to Pomposa Abbey
We leave the castle in the direction of the Romea state road and, having passed the subway, we return to the route taken up until the junction with
the provincial road behind the town of Mesola. We continue to the centre of the town and at the roundabout we follow Via I Maggio and Via del Mare and then keep to the left until the crossroads with Via Lovara, at the end of which we turn right and then left to continue along Via Strane. At the crossroads with Via Giralda we turn right and continue until we reach Pomposa Abbey.
From Pomposa Abbey to the Reserve Bosco della Mesola
We exit in the direction of Valle Giralda and continue to the end of Via Giralda Centrale, turning left in the direction of the Reserve as far as Località Carpani where we turn right to take Via Gigliola until the visitors’ car park of the Riserva del Bosco della Mesola.