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You’re sure to enjoy Lido di Jesolo’s 15 kilometres of superbly equipped beaches. The city is located on the eastern border of the Venice Lagoon, bordered by the Sile and Piave rivers. In its Blue Flag sea, immersed in its waves and breeze, you can try surfing, paddle boarding and your favourite water sports. The lagoon area is ideal for kayaking, canoeing, rowing and even catamaran sailing. There are plenty of dog-friendly venues, including Bau Bau Beach.
The area’s natural beauty offers plenty of opportunities for tours, with its many cycle paths. The approximately 500 kilometres of routes will give you the thrill of cycling through narrow strips of land, fishing valleys, ancient casoni and bodies of water.
Treat yourself to leisure experiences with Jesolo’s numerous social events, including waterfront aperitifs to the sound of cocktails, spritz and good music. The culinary scene is also full of surprises: the meeting of the lagoon, sea, land and rivers makes for unique and unexpected flavours.
Finally, its history: the discovery of an ancient hotel in the resort testifies to the existence of tourism in the Lido di Jesolo area even in Roman times.