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JESOLO

Jesolo is a famous tourist destination on the Adriatic sea, just a few kilometres from one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice.
Lido di Jesolo has a long, sandy coastline which provides pleasant walks and a direct view of the sea.
Behind the beach there is a lush, green area, the Pinewood, a little oasis for those looking for relaxation as well as entertainment.
The coastline stretches on to Cortellazzo, an area known for its traditional port, where you can see fishing boats dock daily, full of fresh fish to be enjoyed in the many typical restaurants in the area.

Here some indications:

SURFACE AREA: 96,5 kmq
ALTITUDE: 2 metres above sea level
POPULATION: 23.000 inhabitants
DISTANCE FROM VENICE: 40 km
LENGTH OF BEACH: approximately 15 km
SEASIDE CONSORTIA: 28
No. OF BEACH UMBRELLAS: 30 thousand


HOW TO FIND US BY CAR

If you are coming from Milan or Brennero, take the A4 motorway to the Mestre tangenziale (bypass) and follow signs for the Tessera Aeroporto Jesolo exits.
Those travelling from Tarvisio, Udine and Trieste should exit at Noventa di Piave.

HOW TO FIND US BY BUS/TRAIN

Those using public transport should travel to Jesolo bus station and Mestre and San Donà train stations, which have many connections to the rest of Italy and Europe.

HOW TO FIND US BY PLANE

There are frequent connections by plane between Jesolo and Venice "Marco Polo", Treviso "San Giuseppe", Verona "Valerio Catullo" and Trieste "Ronchi dei Legionari" airports.

Jesolo and the Blue Flag.
La Bandiera Blue is a prestigious recognition of clean beaches and water, which some of the best beaches in Italy are proud of.
The Jesolo coastline has also recently been awarded the flag by the FEE, Copenhagen, for the quality of its water, coast, services and safety levels.

Sports.
The Play Village is one of the best equipped areas, where you can play traditional and non-traditional sports and find tennis courts, five-a-side football pitches and basketball courts.
One of the most important racing circuits in the world, the Pista Azzurra, is well worth a visit.
This has a surface area of over 80,000 square metres and every year it hosts arts events and various types of motor racing.
For those who like gentler sports, there is the Jesolo Golf Club: approximately 800 metres from the beach, near the mouth of the River Sile, which stretches over 900,000 square metres and includes (together with an 18 hole golf course plus 2 additional holes for beginners) a tourist village, swimming pool, green areas for children.

Entertainment.
Holidays are synonymous with fun and Jesolo offers plenty of it.
Aqualandia is an enormous water theme park of 80,000 square metres that offers a great deal of enjoyment, sunbathing at the poolside and excitement and thrills with slides like "Space maker", the highest slide in the world (42m) which you can travel down at 110 km/h.
For an active afternoon discovering the local landscape, you can use the cycle path that runs along the coastline.
When night falls, the coast offers a romantic, bracing walk along the illuminated seafront; while shopping addicts can visit the many shops along the main street that stay open until late.
For those who like a faster pace, the city has a wide range of night spots to suit every taste and need.
During the summer season, the various squares in the area come alive with shows and events that mean that those who think they're in for an ordinary holiday should think again � holidays in Jesolo are unforgettable.