Venice is a popular destination for an Italian holiday. With numerous Venice hotels and countless cultural attractions, there is much to see and do in this ancient city. However, while everyone is sure to check out St. Mark’s or take a gondola ride, not everyone remembers to appreciate the natural wonder of Jesolo.
Jesolo is a popular resort town on the Adriatic coast in northern Italy, a short boat ride from Venice. The town has been well developed for tourism, with plentiful recreation choices for people of all ages. With is ideal proximity to Venice, guests can easily stay at any of the hotels in Venice and appreciate Jesolo on a day by day basis.
There is much to appreciate in Jesolo. First and foremost, is the beach. The beach stretches for fifteen kilometres along the coast, complete with fine Dolomite sand. This impressive beach is not only beautiful and comfortable, but it easily accommodates numerous tourists. The beach is wide as well as long, which allows for a wide variety of activities along the beachfront, including sand sports, lounging, and exploration.
Whether on the beach or off, there are many opportunities for activities in Jesolo. For the beach, guests can enjoy swimming, sailing, and wind-surfing, perfect for novices and experts alike. For some time away from the sands, there are opportunities for biking, walking, go-karts, tennis, and more. Whether it is a round of mini-golf for the family or an intense game of soccer for true enthusiasts, Jesolo has it all, with recreational facilities and rental options available throughout the area.
For those looking for a bit more leisure, Jesolo offers less strenuous options as well. Guests of all ages enjoy the shopping available in town, and everyone is sure to appreciate the multiple dining options in Jesolo. The food selection ranges from authentic restaurants to more international flavours, so there is sure to be something to accommodate any palate. Restaurants are also available near the beachfront, making it easy to transition from a day on the sands to a hearty meal.
Though many people who stay in Venice hotels appreciate Jesolo as a day trip, that is certainly not the only time when this Italian resort is a good option. To the contrary, Jesolo has a prominent nightlife. The town becomes pedestrian-only at six each night, and stays closed to automobile traffic until eight in the morning. This makes the shops and restaurants ideal for the evening hours, and also makes the bars and clubs perfect all throughout the night. There are plenty of places to enjoy a nice drink or a late meal, and there are vibrant discoteques, which offer distinctive moods and music.
Jesolo has a variety of hotels with good access to the beach, however, the area can be rather crowded and limited for those who also wish to appreciate the historical wonders of Venice. For this reason, many guests choose the hotels in Venice for their lodging, in order to enjoy both the cultural ambiance of Venice’s streets while also having the option to partake in Jesolo’s recreational fervour as desired. There are even Venice hotels that are closely situated near the water, making it easy to catch a boat ride to Jesolo on a whim, which can make for the perfect Italian holiday.