The shoreline of Isola del Sole
In the Upper Adriatic, between Trieste and Venice, lies the Spiaggia di Grado: 120,000 square metres of sun-kissed beach.
The resort is a popular destination among both Italians and foreign visitors, who for more than a century have enjoyed spending their holidays at this family-friendly beach, where you can enjoy moments of relaxation in total safety. The area’s main attraction is its wonderful weather, as it is completely south-facing and bathed by the warm rays of the sun throughout the day.
The resort’s vocation for tourism and its tradition of hospitality dates all the way back to the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, when the destination was highly coveted for its exceptional microclimate and resulting health benefits.
The coastline is divided into four beaches, all characterised by fine sand and enveloped by well-tended green flora that offers plenty of shady areas. Since 1989, the seaside has been awarded the FEE Blue Flag thanks to its pure waters, and the quality of the services offered is recognised by the Italian Paediatricians’ Green Flag.