This quite tricky route winds its way south-east along the plain that links Affi, Cavaion and Colà.
For the whole way this route takes you through vineyards that produce the grape that makes the Bardolino wine. The tour leaves from the bus-station and winds its way up through the back streets to Vallesana, following on we travel along gravel paths to reach the gentle hills of Colà, a small village which is famous for its Thermal Baths. From Colà the route turns towards Calmasino and then Cavaion and finally Affi.
At Affi we join the new cycle path that takes us to the surrounding hills and after a brief downhill run we come to Rivoli, a village made famous by Napoleon and the Battle of Rivoli in 1799 which was followed by a period of Austrian domination. From Rivoli a gravel path takes us again through vineyards but this time the wine produced here is a high-quality sparkling Spumante wine and this path takes us back to Affi to an area locally known as Moscal where Nato had a radar positioned for many years. After passing the church of San Fermo we go back to Bardolino along the “la Rocca” path. Ruins of the Austrian Customs-House.