Jesolo and the sorrounding area
In Jesolo there is one of the most famous beaches in northern Italy.
Lido di Jesolo is a strip of fine golden sand of Dolomitic origin, which opens up near the mouth of the Piave and extends for 15 kilometres, perfectly organised and equipped with all the comforts.
A characteristic of the seabeds of Lido di Jesolo is the gradual slope of the sandy bed towards the sea, which makes it a location that is particularly suitable for families with children. In fact, for many years it has been awarded the green flag as well as the blue flag for its services and maintenance.
The Jesolo coastline also offers places of extraordinary wild beauty, paths with numerous cycle tracks, perfectly planned out, in the northern area of the Venice lagoon where everything is a continuous discovery of culture and nature.
Every year, in June, a special event is held in Jesolo Pineta: i Muri d’Arte.
The idea of creating an art and culture village where murals took shape was conceived in 1997 and there are now over 100 paintings covering various themes and colours creating an open air museum.
15 km of golden sand
Venice is so unique and rich in history and culture that, even if you visit it hundreds of times, you will always discover something extraordinarily incredible.
With its over 400 bridges, numerous historic buildings, museums, churches, alleys and little squares, Venice is a work of art to be discovered at every step during an excursion, breathing in the magical atmosphere that oozes out of every stone.
The splendid Venice
The Veneto region is a special region to visit and is among the most strongly represented Italian regions on the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.
Every corner of Veneto can be easily reached from Jesolo and will let you dream and relive unique moments also during day trips.