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Blick auf den Strand von Jesolo, Bild: Maykova Galina / shutterstock

Jesolo is always worth a visit

The municipality of Jesolo is located on the Venetian coast of the Adriatic Sea. Particularly well-known among holidaymakers is the Lido di Jesolo, which stretches from west to east as a sandy coast with a length of 15 km. The beach has a promenade along which various hotels and apartments are arranged. The beaches from Jesolo to Grado are really beautiful. You know the long sandy beaches and the beach cabins that can be rented on a daily basis and the colorfully striped lifeguard turrets of the Salvatori, as well as the shell mountains and the legendary sand sculptures of Jesolo.

From Central Europe you can reach Jesolo easily and relaxed by train, car or bus. The nearest airport is in Venice. From there, there is an express service that takes travelers to Jesolo. The municipality of Jesolo borders Cavallino-Treporti to the west. Thanks to the newly expanded cycle path system, which is also illuminated at night, the municipality is also easy and easy to reach from there. The surrounding area of Jesolo is suitable for extended bike tours in the surrounding canals.

A guest in Jesolo

Lighthouse of Jesolo
Lighthouse of Jesolo, Image: Yuriy Biryukov / shutterstock

Jesolo has more to offer than meets the eye. The beautiful old town and the beautiful and long beach promenade invite you to stroll. Maybe you can enjoy an aperitivo or a cappuccino in one of the numerous bars to enjoy the Italian flair. Connoisseurs of good food will also get their money’s worth in Jesolo. Pizza, pasta, but also various fish specialties are always a culinary highlight on every trip to Italy. In Jesolo there are numerous restaurants in all price categories. There is certainly something for everyone.

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The central piazza in Jesolo is just a few minutes from the beach. There are tourists, but also locals all year round, especially in the summer months, to enjoy the flair. The location is very suitable for watching the hustle and bustle on the square and treating yourself to an espresso or an “aperitivo” on the side. The shopping opportunities in Jesolo are also not to be sneezed at. There are many shops and also some noble boutiques. In the summer months, the promenade is open from early morning until late in the evening. There is certainly something for everyone.

But in Jesolo there is also a life away from the hustle and bustle of the beach. For example, art exhibitions are often held in Jesolo, the Museo Storico Militare is an exhibition of military history since Roman times and the golf course is considered beginner-friendly and is becoming increasingly popular. In addition, it is always very well maintained. Every golfer will certainly feel comfortable on the course.

A visit to the antique market on Piazza dei Breschia is also definitely an experience. How about an aperitif followed by a stroll around the market? Maybe there will be one or the other piece that you can take home as a souvenir.

Good location for visiting the lagoon city

Cathedral of San Simeone Piccolo, Venice
Cathedral of San Simeone Piccolo in Venice, Image: Yasonya / shutterstock

Another advantage of a stay in Jesolo is the local proximity to Venice. From Punta Sabbioni, a “vaporetto” runs at regular intervals, with which you can cross to the lagoon city. Visiting the lagoon city is certainly one of the highlights of a holiday in Jesolo. In addition, you can also visit the towns of Murano and Burano, the island with the colorful houses. Both are definitely an experience for a day trip, highly recommended.

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Cycling holidays in Jesolo

Due to its location, Jesolo is very suitable for cyclists. The cycling network has been enormously improved and expanded in recent years. There are plenty of bike rentals in Jesolo. Whether e-bike, road bike or gravel bike, tourists are offered an enormous range of options. But the legendary “Pedalos” can also be found there. With the vehicles on 4 wheels, which can accommodate up to 4 people, you can drive along the seafront. There is also the possibility of going to the nearby pine forests of Cavallino – Treporti. 14 cycling routes for beginners and endurance athletes are available.