It is in Italy that the Sun Route really begins to live up to its name, crossing the whole country from North to south, including Sicily. The first section crosses the Val Pusteria from Prato alla Drava (San Candido) before joining the Isarco cycle path. After Bressanone/Brixen the route becomes practically flat, with apple orchards on one side and the crystalline waters of Isarco on the other. The route goes through a long list of Italy’s most famous cities (See route map), before ending in the Sicilian town of Pozzallo from where ferries connect to Valletta in Malta.

Download here the full GPS tracks of EuroVelo 7 - Sun Route in Italy and start planning your next cycling holidays!

National & Regional Information

Federazione Italiana Ambiente e Bicicletta

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

The Italian National EuroVelo Coordinator's website provides plenty of information about cycling in Italy. Further information on cycle tourism is provided on their 'Bicitalia' website. Italian only.

+39 2 84073149


If a hotel, farmhouse, bed & breakfast or camp site is happy to accommodate cyclists, FIAB's Albergabici® service is the way to tell cyclists who are touring their area or just out for a day's excursion about their services. The website offers over 2000 places to stay, tailored for road bike, mtb or touring holidays and with e-maps to help you find accomodation along EuroVelo and national routes.


If you're interested in the network of Italian national long-distance routes, then this is the right site for you. The aim of the site is to provide online maps of the network of cycleways, together with information about places to stay in and points of interest. The Bicitalia network includes 20 national routes. Download the tracks under 'Routing/GPSx'!