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Twenty-four Kms of cycling and pedestrian path along the sea, hopefully soon they could become forty.

When the railway line was built along the Italian Riviera from Genoa to the French border (it was... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
Brun066
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Florence, Italy
Amazing Cycle Route

For all cyclists, including those who rarely sit on a saddle these days! We hired cycles in San... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2017
Christian M
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London, United Kingdom
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Via Aurelia, 18017 San Lorenzo al Mare, Italy
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

When the railway line was built along the Italian Riviera from Genoa to the French border (it was complete in 1872), in long stretches it ran on the coast, in the thin, sometimes very thin, stripe between the hills and the sea, to minimize the...More

Thank Brun066
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

For all cyclists, including those who rarely sit on a saddle these days! We hired cycles in San Lorenzo in the morning and made it to San Remo and back in time for lunch. The views, the plants and the cycle path were wonderful. Relatively...More

Thank Christian M
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Hired bikes in San Lorenzo and did the whole path beyond San Remo and then back. It was fantastic. Lots of places to stop for drink / ice-cream along the way. beautiful views and fantastic surface for riding. The tunnel beyond San Remo is fantastic...More

Thank Susan F
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

Ride this the whole way to Ospedaleti. if you leave early in the morning you could possibly go all out in a time trial effort. Good enough for the Giro good enough for me.

Thank Jim C
Reviewed 12 September 2016

i wish that all italian sea coast has one of this green way for bicycle rides and wonderful view. all the way you can find nice beaches and good bar and restaurants! enjoy it!

Thank Piero B
Reviewed 9 September 2016

Used it to connect with the Cipressa and Poggio climbs having ridden down from the mountains. All manor of folk riding on all sorts of bikes. slightly chaotic in one small section where there is some building work otherwise excellent. Easy access to sea and...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

Fantastic lane for biking, jogging or just walking around. Perfectly located near the beaches and safely away from the main road.

Thank patrizia t
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

If you like to have 25 km of biking road (no cars) build on a old railroad facing the coastline this is the place for you !!! From San Lorenzo al Mare to Ospedaletti. Lots of rest areas and small towns to visit. Also good...More

Thank andrea t
Reviewed 31 March 2016

We rented a gigantic quadra-ped from San Lorenzo at one of the rentals along the bike path. If you are going to do it I highly recommend staying on the S.Lorenzo to S.Stefano side, since it is by far the cleaner and prettier side of...More

2  Thank newguz
Reviewed 7 September 2015

Ride along behind the beaches and choose your bar, restaurant or beach location. Bike rental shops at each end.

Thank Joseph N
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John B
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Wind in the Riviera always changes direction. If you do the whole cycling path twice (go and come back) It may happen to you to have it always for or against you. So... Good luck and enjoy the experience :)
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