Nordic Walking (also called walking with sticks) is a sport originating in Finland and is practiced in about forty countries around the world, from a number of people in constant and rapid increase. Nordic Walking is an activity that soothing tones muscles and is careful to maintain the correct posture of our body.
A sport called easy for the well-being of body and mind that Brunella has decided to practice at the beginning of the year 2014 on the occasion of Nordicwalkincarnival 2014 in Venice.
The routes listed below have been personally tested and are approximately 6 km, lasting 60 minutes if done at a fast pace. There are three routes ideal for walking with or without poles and route number 1 (Cavallino’s Square – Ditch Casson) is also suggested for a bike ride!
Route 1: Cavallino’s Square – Ditch Casson (red color on the map)
Starting from the car park Santa Maria Elisabetta Square of Cavallino, cycle-pedestrian ditch Casson, stretch of Street not paved, passage under the bridge, Baracca Street, Artigliere’s Street, Granatiere’s Street, Marinaio’s Street not paved, Fausta Street in cycle-pedestrian (attention to the crossing), Alpini’s Street not paved, cycle-pedestrian ditch Casson, Santa Maria Elisabetta Square.
Route 2: Fausta Street to the sea (blue color in the map)
Starting from the car park of Fausta Street (Fausta Street, 69 – near the pharmacy), Isonzo Street, Brenta Street partly not paved, Amalfi Street, Adige Street, Retrone Street, partly not paved with access to the sea, stretch on the beach (from kiosk to kiosk), Ca’Savio Street on the sidewalk, Brenta Street, Tagliamento Street, Fausta Street.
Route 3: cycle-pedestrian Pordelio Street – lagoon (yellow color in the map)
Starting from the car park of Treportina Street near the supermarket Punta Gialla, Pordelio Street on the sidewalk, Lungomare San Felice Street (attention to the road with no pavement), Goldoni Street not paved, Brenta Street not paved, Amalfi Street, Fausta Street with cycle-pedestrian, Isarco Street, Pordelio Street.