Villa Crespi e-bike

E-Bike experience on Lake Orta

Lake Orta and its Riviera offer a wide range of diverse experiences.

From “classic” food and wine itineraries or something a bit more romantic, passing through small villages in the valley or one of the many neoclassical villas scattered throughout the territory as far as Mottarone with its numerous natural panoramic views unexpectedly peeping out along a road or a path.

Villa Crespi e-bikeAnd what better way to discover our lake? How about a healthy bicycle ride? Or better yet, how about an electric bike? A new and ecological way to explore our territory while respecting the environment and nature.

Villa Crespi now offers its guests E-bikes, epowered by Bosch.

Let yourself be tempted by the flatter, easier roads leading to the steeper ones where you get the chance to enjoy breathtaking views. You’ll never forget these sights and they’ll keep in your hearts and mind for years to come. The Bosch Group’s expertise in electric motors, sensors, displays and lithium-ion batteries will provide cyclists plenty of fun with their cutting-edge “Technology for Life”. Check with the concierge for the best times and interesting excursions.

Electronic bikes

Electronic bikes are an intelligent mobility system; an extremely agile and comfortable way of getting around nowadays. They also offer a number of benefits for your health, the environment and our society.

Exploring the Lake with the Villa Crespi e-bike

Here’s an idea for a ride around Lake Orta on bike. How about an easy, 35-kilometer, 200-meter-high ride lasting about 3 hours?

From Villa Crespi head towards Gozzano. From there, go towards Pogno and the Valsesia before turning right at the roundabout in the direction of San Maurizio d’Opaglio.

Once you’ve gone through San Maurizio, head in the direction of Alzo di Pella. At the roundabout under the rock of the Madonna del Sasso, keep left and follow along Via Cave.

After Alzo, take the slightly uphill road leading to Cesara and from there to Nonio and Brolo. At that point, you’ll finally head down to Omegna with its charming lakeside promenade, called Buozzi. After the hospital in Omegna, turn right and follow the signs for Borca. From here all you’ve got to do is ride along the flat stretch of road running along the lake. Head towards Pettenasco and then follow again the signs for Orta.